It’s November, and time for another installment of According to Pete, where everyone’s favorite mustachioed engineer talks us through whatever concepts are on his mind. This month, Pete has transistor biasing configurations on the brain, and covers two of the three major configurations - common base and emitter follower. He’s saving the third major configuration - common emitter - as a special treat for a later date. Enjoy!
As always, if you have any questions for Pete, or maybe some poems you wrote about transistor configurations, we welcome them in the comments. Happy Tuesday!