Transistor configuration refers possible ways to connect a transistor within an electronic circuit with one terminal being common to both the input and output.
Each configuration behaves differently to its input signal within a circuit as
the static characteristics of the transistor vary with each circuit arrangement.
Common Base Configuration – has Voltage Gain but no Current Gain. Common Emitter Configuration – has both Current and Voltage Gain.
Common Collector Configuration – has Current Gain but no Voltage Gain
Summary of Characteristics