7.76 Inclusion of an emitter resistance R e reduces the variability of the gain Gv due to the inevitable wide variance in the value of β. Consider a CE amplifier operating between a signal source with Rsig = 10 k and a total collector resistance R C RL of 10 k. The BJT is biased at IC = 1 mA and its β is specified to be nominally 100 but can lie in the range of 50 to 150. First determine the nominal value and the range of

76 10 - 7.76 Inclusion of an emitter resistance R e reduces the variability of the gain Gv due to the inevitable wide variance in the value of β. Consider a CE amplifier operating between a signal source with Rsig = 10 k and a total collector resistance R C RL of 10 k. The BJT is biased at IC = 1 mA and its β is specified to be nominally 100 but can lie in the range of 50 to 150. First determine the nominal value and the range of

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images - 7.76 Inclusion of an emitter resistance R e reduces the variability of the gain Gv due to the inevitable wide variance in the value of β. Consider a CE amplifier operating between a signal source with Rsig = 10 k and a total collector resistance R C RL of 10 k. The BJT is biased at IC = 1 mA and its β is specified to be nominally 100 but can lie in the range of 50 to 150. First determine the nominal value and the range of

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