7.55 Consider the augmented hybrid-π model shown in Fig. 7.25(a). Disregarding how biasing is to be done, what is the largest possible voltage gain available for a signal source connected directly to the base and a very-high-resistance load? Calculate the value of the maximum possible gain for VA = 25 V and V A = 125 V.

55 10 - 7.55 Consider the augmented hybrid-π model shown in Fig. 7.25(a). Disregarding how biasing is to be done, what is the largest possible voltage gain available for a signal source connected directly to the base and a very-high-resistance load? Calculate the value of the maximum possible gain for VA = 25 V and V A = 125 V.

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images - 7.55 Consider the augmented hybrid-π model shown in Fig. 7.25(a). Disregarding how biasing is to be done, what is the largest possible voltage gain available for a signal source connected directly to the base and a very-high-resistance load? Calculate the value of the maximum possible gain for VA = 25 V and V A = 125 V.

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