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Sziklai pair

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  1. a configuration of two bipolar transistors, similar to a Darlington pair

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  2. In contrast to the Darlington arrangement, the Sziklai pair has one NPN and one PNP transistor, and so it is sometimes called the "complementary Darlington." Current gain is similar to that of a Darlington pair, which is the product of the gains of t

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  3. a term from electronics

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  4. The configuration is named for its inventor George C. Sziklai

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  5. Like the Darlington, it can saturate only to 0.6V, which is a drawback for high-power stages

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  6. One advantage over the Darlington pair is that the base turn-on voltage is only about 0.6V or half of the Darlington's 1.2V nominal turn-on voltage

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