7.10 A BJT amplifier circuit such as that in Fig. 7.6 is operated with VCC = + 5 V and is biased at VCE = +1 V. Find the voltage gain, the maximum allowed output negative swing without the transistor entering saturation, and the corresponding maximum input signal permitted.

10 9 - 7.10 A BJT amplifier circuit such as that in Fig. 7.6 is operated with VCC = + 5 V and is biased at VCE = +1 V. Find the voltage gain, the maximum allowed output negative swing without the transistor entering saturation, and the corresponding maximum input signal permitted.

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images - 7.10 A BJT amplifier circuit such as that in Fig. 7.6 is operated with VCC = + 5 V and is biased at VCE = +1 V. Find the voltage gain, the maximum allowed output negative swing without the transistor entering saturation, and the corresponding maximum input signal permitted.

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