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What is the quiescent point?

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It is the working point of transistor on dc load line

This point give information about region in which transistor is work

In saturation region

In cut off region

In active region

And it can.also give the wave form amplified wave
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Quiescent point (Q point)

a point on the DC load line of a given amplifier that represents the quiescent (no signal) value of output voltage and current for the circuit.


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