IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission - IEC 60747-7:1988

Semiconductor devices - Discrete devices - Part 7: Bipolar transistors

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Organization: IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission
Publication Date: 2 November 1988
Status: revised
Page Count: 229
ICS Code (Transistors): 31.080.30
abstract:

Gives standards for the following subcategories of bipolar transistors: -low power signal transistors (excluding switching applications); -power transistors (excluding switching and... View More

Document History

September 23, 2019
Semiconductor devices - Discrete devices - Part 7: Bipolar transistors
IEC 60747-7:2010+A1:2019 gives the requirements applicable to the following sub-categories of bipolar transistors excluding microwave transistors. - Small signal transistors (excluding switching and...
September 23, 2019
Amendment 1 - Semiconductor devices - Discrete devices - Part 7: Bipolar transistors
A description is not available for this item.
December 16, 2010
Semiconductor devices - Discrete devices - Part 7: Bipolar transistors
IEC 60747-7:2010 gives the requirements applicable to the following sub-categories of bipolar transistors excluding microwave transistors. - Small signal transistors (excluding switching and...
December 21, 2000
Semiconductor discrete devices and integrated circuits - Part 7: Bipolar transistors
Gives the requirements applicable to the following sub-categories of bipolar transistors: -low power signal transistors (excluding switching applications); -power transistors (excluding switching and...
Amendment 2 - Semiconductor devices - Discrete devices - Part 7: Bipolar transistors
Deals with an additional measuring method for matched-pair bipolar transistors.
Amendment 1 - Semiconductor devices - Discrete devices - Part 7: Bipolar transistors
A description is not available for this item.
IEC 60747-7:1988
November 2, 1988
Semiconductor devices - Discrete devices - Part 7: Bipolar transistors
Gives standards for the following subcategories of bipolar transistors: -low power signal transistors (excluding switching applications); -power transistors (excluding switching and high-frequency...
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