1) What is the gain at 100Hz for an amplifier that has a mid-band gain of 5000, a lower cutoff frequency of 10kHz, and a upper cutoff frequency of 200kHz 2)Calculate the decibel power gain for an Ap= 50? 3)If the decibel voltage gain of an amplifier is 60dB, what is the voltage gain (Av)? 4)If the decibel power gain of an amplifier is 20dB, what is the power gain (AP)? 5)For a two stage amplifier with AV1(DB) equal to 20 dB and AV2(DB) equal to 40dB what is the overall voltage gain (AV)?

1) What is the gain at 100Hz for an amplifier that has a mid-band gain of 5000, a lower cutoff frequency of 10kHz, and a upper cutoff frequency of 200kHz 2)Calculate the decibel power gain for an Ap= 50? 3)If the decibel voltage gain of an amplifier is 60dB, what is the voltage gain (Av)? … Continue reading 1) What is the gain at 100Hz for an amplifier that has a mid-band gain of 5000, a lower cutoff frequency of 10kHz, and a upper cutoff frequency of 200kHz 2)Calculate the decibel power gain for an Ap= 50? 3)If the decibel voltage gain of an amplifier is 60dB, what is the voltage gain (Av)? 4)If the decibel power gain of an amplifier is 20dB, what is the power gain (AP)? 5)For a two stage amplifier with AV1(DB) equal to 20 dB and AV2(DB) equal to 40dB what is the overall voltage gain (AV)?

Two magneically coupled coils have self-inductances of 60mH and 9.6mH, respectively. The mutual inductance between the coils is 22.8mH.

Two magneically coupled coils have self-inductances of 60mH and 9.6mH, respectively. The mutual inductance between the coils is 22.8mH. a) What is the coefficient of coupling? b) For these two coils, what is the largest value that M can have? c) Assume that the physical structure of these coupled coils is such that P1 = … Continue reading Two magneically coupled coils have self-inductances of 60mH and 9.6mH, respectively. The mutual inductance between the coils is 22.8mH.