D 9.123 (a) If, in the multistage amplifier of Fig. 9.41, the resistor R 5 is replaced by a constant-current source  1 mA, such that the bias situation is essentially unaffected, what does the overall voltage gain of the amplifier become? Assume that the output resistance of the current source is very high. Use the results of Example 9.8. (b) With the modification suggested in (a), what is the effect of the change on output resistance? What is the overall gain of the amplifier when loaded by 100 to ground? The original amplifier (before modification) has an output resistance of 152 and a voltage gain of 8513 V/V. What is its gain when loaded by 100 ? Comment. Use β = 100

123 - D 9.123 (a) If, in the multistage amplifier of Fig. 9.41, the resistor R 5 is replaced by a constant-current source  1 mA, such that the bias situation is essentially unaffected, what does the overall voltage gain of the amplifier become? Assume that the output resistance of the current source is very high. Use the results of Example 9.8. (b) With the modification suggested in (a), what is the effect of the change on output resistance? What is the overall gain of the amplifier when loaded by 100  to ground? The original amplifier (before modification) has an output resistance of 152  and a voltage gain of 8513 V/V. What is its gain when loaded by 100 ? Comment. Use β = 100

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images - D 9.123 (a) If, in the multistage amplifier of Fig. 9.41, the resistor R 5 is replaced by a constant-current source  1 mA, such that the bias situation is essentially unaffected, what does the overall voltage gain of the amplifier become? Assume that the output resistance of the current source is very high. Use the results of Example 9.8. (b) With the modification suggested in (a), what is the effect of the change on output resistance? What is the overall gain of the amplifier when loaded by 100  to ground? The original amplifier (before modification) has an output resistance of 152  and a voltage gain of 8513 V/V. What is its gain when loaded by 100 ? Comment. Use β = 100

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