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What is the difference btw current amplification factor and current gain? How is it inCE and CB?

What is the difference btw current amplification factor and current gain? How is it inCE and CB?

Grade:12th pass

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Umakant biswal
5359 Points
5 years ago
@ nayana 
The current amplification factor can be defined as the ratio of the output current to the ratio of the input current . when the current will be flowing in any devices  , it will represent the amount of current gain in that case . 
so, THERE IS NOT ANY DIFFRENCE BETWEEN CURRENT GAIN AND AMPLIFICATION FACTOR . THEY BOTH ARE SAME . 
in common EMITTER IT CAN BE DEFINED AS –
Ratio of small change in collector current to the small change in the base current at constant collector-emitter junction voltage.
hope it clears your doubt 
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