1.81 An amplifier with a frequency response of the type shown in Fig. 1.21 is specified to have a phase shift of magnitude no greater than 5.7° over the amplifier bandwidth, which extends from 100 Hz to 1 kHz. It has been found that the gain falloff at the low-frequency end is determined by the response of a high-pass STC circuit and that at the high-frequency end it is determined by a low-pass STC circuit. What do you expect the corner frequencies of these two circuits to be? What is the drop in gain in decibels (relative to the maximum gain) at the two frequencies that define the amplifier bandwidth? What are the frequencies at which the drop in gain is 3 dB? (Hint: Refer to Figs. 1.23 and 1.24.)

81 8 - 1.81 An amplifier with a frequency response of the type shown in Fig. 1.21 is specified to have a phase shift of magnitude no greater than 5.7° over the amplifier bandwidth, which extends from 100 Hz to 1 kHz. It has been found that the gain falloff at the low-frequency end is determined by the response of a high-pass STC circuit and that at the high-frequency end it is determined by a low-pass STC circuit. What do you expect the corner frequencies of these two circuits to be? What is the drop in gain in decibels (relative to the maximum gain) at the two frequencies that define the amplifier bandwidth? What are the frequencies at which the drop in gain is 3 dB? (Hint: Refer to Figs. 1.23 and 1.24.)

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images - 1.81 An amplifier with a frequency response of the type shown in Fig. 1.21 is specified to have a phase shift of magnitude no greater than 5.7° over the amplifier bandwidth, which extends from 100 Hz to 1 kHz. It has been found that the gain falloff at the low-frequency end is determined by the response of a high-pass STC circuit and that at the high-frequency end it is determined by a low-pass STC circuit. What do you expect the corner frequencies of these two circuits to be? What is the drop in gain in decibels (relative to the maximum gain) at the two frequencies that define the amplifier bandwidth? What are the frequencies at which the drop in gain is 3 dB? (Hint: Refer to Figs. 1.23 and 1.24.)

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