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i am attaching a circuit of emitter follower in which i want to find the high frequency response. Instead of deriving the whole transfer function , i am using OPEN CIRCUIT time constant method to find the poles and midband gain formula by neglecting the effects of capacitors.

Now i know that the number of poles will be equal to 2 because there are 2 independent capacitors.

But i am not able to find the number of zeros. Neglect the load capacitor C_{L}

PLEASE HELP

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# Finding number of zeros in emiter follower

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