A Collector Characteristic Curve is a Graph Showing

By Himanshu Bajpai|Updated : July 25th, 2022

Choose the right answer to the question; a collector characteristic curve is a graph showing the following options and a detailed explanation.

  1. Emitter current (IE) versus collector-emitter voltage (VCE) with (VBB) base bias voltage held constant.
  2. Collector current (IC) versus collector-emitter voltage (VCE) with (VBB) base bias voltage held constant.
  3. Base current (IB) versus collector-emitter voltage (VCE) with (VBB) base bias voltage held constant.
  4. Collector current (IC) versus supply voltage (VCC) with (VBB) base bias voltage held constant.

Answer - B.

Collector current (IC) versus collector-emitter voltage (VCE ) with (VBB) base bias voltage held constant.

Solution

The detailed solution to the question, a collector characteristic curve, is a graph

A collection of collector characteristic curves that display how the collector current, IC, varies with the collector-to-emitter voltage, VCE, for specific values of base current, IB, can be produced using the circuit shown below:

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Even though there is a very modest collector leakage current, the transistor is in the cutoff area when IB = 0. The nonconducting state of a transistor is known as a cutoff.

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