I am trying to understand how the input impedance of a bootstrapped darlington emitter follower is analysed. They make use of Miller's theorem. But honestly, I have not understood this theorem as well... All I know is bootstapping increases input impedance but i have no clue as to how? And why is a capacitor connected between the input and output terminals? Can someone link me to some place where a bootstrapped darlington circuit is analysed? I googled it but did not find any helpful links...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Bootstrapping and miller's theorem

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