1.66 Any linear two-port network including linear amplifiers can be represented by one of four possible parameter sets, given in Appendix C. For the voltage amplifier, the most convenient representation is in terms of the g parameters. If the amplifier input port is labeled as port 1 and the output port as port 2, its g-parameter representation is described by the two equations: I 1 = g11V1 +g12I2 V2 = g21V1 +g22I2 Figure P1.66 shows an equivalent circuit representation of these two equations. By comparing this equivalent circuit to that of the voltage amplifier in Fig. 1.16(a), identify corresponding currents and voltages as well as the correspondence between the parameters of the amplifier equivalent circuit and the g parameters. Hence give the g parameter that corresponds to each of R i,Av o, and Ro. Notice that there is an additional g parameter with no correspondence in the amplifier equivalent circuit. Which one? What does it signify? What assumption did we make about the amplifier that resulted in the absence of this particular g parameter from the equivalent circuit in Fig. 1.16(a)?

66 8 - 1.66 Any linear two-port network including linear amplifiers can be represented by one of four possible parameter sets, given in Appendix C. For the voltage amplifier, the most convenient representation is in terms of the g parameters. If the amplifier input port is labeled as port 1 and the output port as port 2, its g-parameter representation is described by the two equations: I 1 = g11V1 +g12I2 V2 = g21V1 +g22I2 Figure P1.66 shows an equivalent circuit representation of these two equations. By comparing this equivalent circuit to that of the voltage amplifier in Fig. 1.16(a), identify corresponding currents and voltages as well as the correspondence between the parameters of the amplifier equivalent circuit and the g parameters. Hence give the g parameter that corresponds to each of R i,Av o, and Ro. Notice that there is an additional g parameter with no correspondence in the amplifier equivalent circuit. Which one? What does it signify? What assumption did we make about the amplifier that resulted in the absence of this particular g parameter from the equivalent circuit in Fig. 1.16(a)?

This content is for Premium members only.
sign up for premium and access unlimited solutions for a month at just 5$(not renewed automatically)


images - 1.66 Any linear two-port network including linear amplifiers can be represented by one of four possible parameter sets, given in Appendix C. For the voltage amplifier, the most convenient representation is in terms of the g parameters. If the amplifier input port is labeled as port 1 and the output port as port 2, its g-parameter representation is described by the two equations: I 1 = g11V1 +g12I2 V2 = g21V1 +g22I2 Figure P1.66 shows an equivalent circuit representation of these two equations. By comparing this equivalent circuit to that of the voltage amplifier in Fig. 1.16(a), identify corresponding currents and voltages as well as the correspondence between the parameters of the amplifier equivalent circuit and the g parameters. Hence give the g parameter that corresponds to each of R i,Av o, and Ro. Notice that there is an additional g parameter with no correspondence in the amplifier equivalent circuit. Which one? What does it signify? What assumption did we make about the amplifier that resulted in the absence of this particular g parameter from the equivalent circuit in Fig. 1.16(a)?

already a member please login


1   +   6   =