A transistor is a three-layer semiconductor device, which may consist of a thin P-type layer sandwiched between two layers of N-type (as in the NPN transistor), or a thin layer of N-type material between two layers of P-type (as in the PNP transistor). It is used in circuits to amplify electrical signals or to perform as a switch to provide digital functions. 

Below are some of the transistors that we have: 

  • Bipolar Transistors 
    Type: General Purpose, Power, Match Pair/Dual Amplifier and

  • Field Effect Transistors 
    Type: General Purpose and TMOS Power 

  • RF Transistors/Modules 

  • SMD (Surface Mount Device) Transistors
    • MMBT3904, MMBT3906, MMBT4401, MMBT4403