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An example calculation would be nice, and will appear later.
An example calculation would be nice, and will appear later.
This circuit is sometimes called "grounded-emitter configuration".  Note that this circuit can be realized with a bipolar transistor or fet.  The bipolar transistor has a lower drive voltage ( usually well under 2 volts ) the fet can easily need 10 volts of drive -- use a logic level fet to reduce the drive voltage.
This circuit is sometimes called "grounded-emitter configuration".
Some characteristics:
Some characteristics:

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