1.64 An amplifier with an input resistance of 5 k, when driven by a current source of 1 μA and a source resistance of 200 k, has a short-circuit output current of 5 mA and an open-circuit output voltage of 10 V. If the amplifier is used to drive a 2-k load, give the values of the voltage gain, current gain, and power gain expressed as ratios and in decibels.

64 6 - 1.64 An amplifier with an input resistance of 5 k, when driven by a current source of 1 μA and a source resistance of 200 k, has a short-circuit output current of 5 mA and an open-circuit output voltage of 10 V. If the amplifier is used to drive a 2-k load, give the values of the voltage gain, current gain, and power gain expressed as ratios and in decibels.

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images - 1.64 An amplifier with an input resistance of 5 k, when driven by a current source of 1 μA and a source resistance of 200 k, has a short-circuit output current of 5 mA and an open-circuit output voltage of 10 V. If the amplifier is used to drive a 2-k load, give the values of the voltage gain, current gain, and power gain expressed as ratios and in decibels.

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