2) For the amplifier shown VCC=5V; Rsig=51d2, RB1=33kf2, RB2=221M, RE=3.9kf2, RC=4.71c12, RL=5.6kf2, the collector bias current is 0.3mA and fi is 120. a) Find the input resistance Rin and the mid-band gain AM b) If CC1 =CC2 =1,uF and CE =20,uF, find fL using the short-circuit time constant method. Vsig VCC (a) C.’ ■

a197b08e 042c 4842 bb5b fb61d5b9c048 - 2) For the amplifier shown VCC=5V; Rsig=51d2, RB1=33kf2, RB2=221M, RE=3.9kf2, RC=4.71c12, RL=5.6kf2, the collector bias current is 0.3mA and fi is 120.  a) Find the input resistance Rin and the mid-band gain AM  b) If CC1 =CC2 =1,uF and CE =20,uF, find fL using the short-circuit time constant method.  Vsig   VCC  (a)  C.'  ■

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images - 2) For the amplifier shown VCC=5V; Rsig=51d2, RB1=33kf2, RB2=221M, RE=3.9kf2, RC=4.71c12, RL=5.6kf2, the collector bias current is 0.3mA and fi is 120.  a) Find the input resistance Rin and the mid-band gain AM  b) If CC1 =CC2 =1,uF and CE =20,uF, find fL using the short-circuit time constant method.  Vsig   VCC  (a)  C.'  ■

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