7.126 Using the topology of Fig. P7.125, design an amplifier to operate between a 2-k source and a 2-k load with a gain vo/vsig of –40 V/V. The power supply available is 15 V. Use an emitter current of approximately 2 mA and a current of about one-tenth of that in the voltage divider that feeds the base, with the dc voltage at the base about one-third of the supply. The transistor available has β =100. Use standard 5% resistors (see Appendix J)

126 - 7.126 Using the topology of Fig. P7.125, design an amplifier to operate between a 2-k source and a 2-k load with a gain vo/vsig of –40 V/V. The power supply available is 15 V. Use an emitter current of approximately 2 mA and a current of about one-tenth of that in the voltage divider that feeds the base, with the dc voltage at the base about one-third of the supply. The transistor available has β =100. Use standard 5% resistors (see Appendix J)

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images - 7.126 Using the topology of Fig. P7.125, design an amplifier to operate between a 2-k source and a 2-k load with a gain vo/vsig of –40 V/V. The power supply available is 15 V. Use an emitter current of approximately 2 mA and a current of about one-tenth of that in the voltage divider that feeds the base, with the dc voltage at the base about one-third of the supply. The transistor available has β =100. Use standard 5% resistors (see Appendix J)

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