7.14 A BJT amplifier such as that in Fig. 7.6 is to be designed to support relatively undistorted sine-wave output signals of peak amplitudes P volt without the BJT entering saturation or cutoff and to have the largest possible voltage gain, denoted Av V/V. Show that the minimum supply voltage V CC needed is given by Also, find VCC, specified to the nearest 0.5 V, for the following situations: (a) Av = −20 V/V, P = 0.2 V (b) Av = −50 V/V, P = 0.5 V (c) Av = −100 V/V, P = 0.5 V (d) Av = −100 V/V, P = 1.0 V (e) Av = −200 V/V, P = 1.0 V (f) Av = −500 V/V, P = 1.0 V (g) Av = −500 V/V, P = 2.0 V

14 15 - 7.14 A BJT amplifier such as that in Fig. 7.6 is to be designed to support relatively undistorted sine-wave output signals of peak amplitudes P volt without the BJT entering saturation or cutoff and to have the largest possible voltage gain, denoted Av V/V. Show that the minimum supply voltage V CC needed is given by Also, find VCC, specified to the nearest 0.5 V, for the following situations: (a) Av = −20 V/V, P = 0.2 V (b) Av = −50 V/V, P = 0.5 V (c) Av = −100 V/V, P = 0.5 V (d) Av = −100 V/V, P = 1.0 V (e) Av = −200 V/V, P = 1.0 V (f) Av = −500 V/V, P = 1.0 V (g) Av = −500 V/V, P = 2.0 V

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images - 7.14 A BJT amplifier such as that in Fig. 7.6 is to be designed to support relatively undistorted sine-wave output signals of peak amplitudes P volt without the BJT entering saturation or cutoff and to have the largest possible voltage gain, denoted Av V/V. Show that the minimum supply voltage V CC needed is given by Also, find VCC, specified to the nearest 0.5 V, for the following situations: (a) Av = −20 V/V, P = 0.2 V (b) Av = −50 V/V, P = 0.5 V (c) Av = −100 V/V, P = 0.5 V (d) Av = −100 V/V, P = 1.0 V (e) Av = −200 V/V, P = 1.0 V (f) Av = −500 V/V, P = 1.0 V (g) Av = −500 V/V, P = 2.0 V

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