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[DPRG] Please Clarify when to use npn or pnp transistors (fwd)

Subject: [DPRG] Please Clarify when to use npn or pnp transistors (fwd)
From: Mike McCarty jmccarty at ssd.usa.alcatel.com
Date: Mon Jul 16 14:35:57 CDT 2001

I'll take him on. But I'm not a member either :-)

On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, Eric Yundt wrote:

> DPRG,
> 
> Anyone up for helping Rich?  Jim is no longer on the DPRG list
> and doesn't receive email sent to the "dprg.org" address.
> 
> Rich DeMartile wrote:
> > From: "Rich DeMartile" <rich_demartile at prodigy.net>
> > To: <jbrown at dprg.org>
> > Subject: Please Clarify when to use npn or pnp transistors
> > Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 01:16:30 -0700
> > 
> > Hello Jim,
> >     I'm new to this stuff.  I've studied solid state electronics for the
> > last couple months, built a solar tracking device that works for my
> > first project, and have a basic understanding of transistor usage.  What
> > I'd like to get cleared up is...when do you use pnp versus npn
> > transistors, mosfets etc.  I find lots of information regarding hole

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Mike
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