Title: Biomass Champo leaf transistor configuration

Authors: Shiv Prasad Kosta; Yogesh Prasad Kosta; Jignesh Patoliya; Yogendra Mohan Dubey; Jitendra Prasad Chuadhari; Avinash Gaur; Sanket Patel; Shakti Kosta; Paresh Panchal; Piyush Vaghela; Kalpesh Patel; Bhavin Patel; Bhargav Patel

Addresses: Shri Ram Group of Institutions, Near ITI, Madhotal, Jabapur – 482002, MP, India. ' Charotar Institute of Technology, CHARUSAT, Changa – 388421, Anand, Gujarat, India. ' Charotar Institute of Technology, CHARUSAT, Changa – 388421, Anand, Gujarat, India. ' Electronics Department, Shri Ram Institute of Science and Technology, Near ITI, Madhotal, Jabapur – 482002, MP, India. ' Charotar Institute of Technology, CHARUSAT, Changa – 388421, Anand, Gujarat, India. ' Shri Ram Institute of Science and Technology, Near ITI, Madhotal, Jabapur – 482002, MP, India. ' Charotar Institute of Technology, CHARUSAT, Changa – 388421, Anand, Gujarat, India. ' Shri Ram Institute of Science and Technology, Near ITI, Madhotal, Jabapur – 482002, MP, India. ' Charotar Institute of Technology, CHARUSAT, Changa – 388421, Anand, Gujarat, India. ' Charotar Institute of Technology, CHARUSAT, Changa – 388421, Anand, Gujarat, India. ' Charotar Institute of Technology, CHARUSAT, Changa – 388421, Anand, Gujarat, India. ' Charotar Institute of Technology, CHARUSAT, Changa – 388421, Anand, Gujarat, India. ' Charotar Institute of Technology, CHARUSAT, Changa – 388421, Anand, Gujarat, India.

Abstract: Dynamics of charged nanoparticles of green leaf sap or photo synthesised liquid food under interaction of external EMF plays a vital role in the functioning of biomass electrical circuits. Using this concept, we for the first time realised a biomass Champo leaf transistor configuration. The functioning of bio electronic circuit components resistance R, capacitance C and diode have been earlier reported. From the theory of electronics, a transistor consist of two electronic diode connected back to back. This concept was utilised to realise biomass Champo leaf transistor configuration. The measured input characteristics (VBE vs IBE) and output characteristics (VCE vs. ICE) along with ? are given. Applications towards plant/tree health, soil moisture monitoring and strategic communication are envisaged.

Keywords: human blood memristor; transistor configuration; input output characteristics; charged nanoparticles; green leaf sap; photosynthesised liquid food; biomass electrical circuits; leaf transistors; bioelectronics; plant health; tree health; soil moisture monitoring; strategic communication; biomass transistors; nanoelectronics.

DOI: 10.1504/IJBBR.2011.043749

International Journal of Biomechatronics and Biomedical Robotics, 2011 Vol.1 No.4, pp.219 - 224

Available online: 15 Nov 2011 *

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