1.40 An amplifier operating from ±3-V supplies provides a 2.2-V peak sine wave across a 100- load when provided with a 0.2-V peak inputfromwhich 1.0 mA peak is drawn.The average current in each supply is measured to be 20 mA.Find the voltage gain, current gain, and power gain expressed as ratios and in decibels as well as the supply power, amplifier dissipation, and amplifier efficiency.

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images - 1.40 An amplifier operating from ±3-V supplies provides a 2.2-V peak sine wave across a 100- load when provided with a 0.2-V peak inputfromwhich 1.0 mA peak is drawn.The average current in each supply is measured to be 20 mA.Find the voltage gain, current gain, and power gain expressed as ratios and in decibels as well as the supply power, amplifier dissipation, and amplifier efficiency.

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