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Bipolar Transistors

Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) - Bias Resistor Transistors (BRTs)

ON Semiconductor offers a broad portfolio of bipolar junction transistors, including audio transistors, darlington transistors, bias resistor transistors (BRTs), low Vce(sat) transistors, and general purpose transistors.

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Audio Transistors  (80)
   
 

High Power Audio transistors

Audio transistors for high power audio circuits.

Technical Documentation & Design Resources
Application Notes (9) Data Sheets (69)
White Papers (1) Package Drawings (23)
Simulation Models (273)  
 
 
Digital Transistors (BRTs)  (338)
   
 

Bipolar Digital Transistors - Bias Resistor Transistors

Digital transistors and bias resistor transistors (BRTs) with integrated biasing.
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Application Notes (1) Data Sheets (112)
Simulation Models (646) Package Drawings (14)
 
 
Darlington Transistors  (99)
   
 

Bipolar Darlington Transistors - Bipolar Darlington Pairs

Darlington transistors and darlington transistor pairs.
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Simulation Models (435) Package Drawings (16)
Data Sheets (54)  
 
 
General Purpose and Low VCE(sat) Transistors  (588)
   
 

NPN, PNP, and Complementary Transistors

Broad portfolio of bipolar NPN and PNP transistors, including Low VCE(sat) transistors.
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Tutorials (1) Data Sheets (610)
Application Notes (17) Package Drawings (72)
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Simulation Models (1551) Evaluation/Development Tools (7)
 
 
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