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Homework Help: Transistor amplifiers

  1. Jan 11, 2006 #1

    Does anyone have any good resources on CE transistor amplifiers? Preferably ppt presentations or something...

    I've done the preceding questions, but i can't do 30a...

    How would i go about doing it?


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  3. Jan 12, 2006 #2


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    If the transistor becomes non-conducting, what is the output Voltage?
    ... if the transistor could become "perfectly conducting", what would V_out be?
    (Voltage across the transistor won't ever be less than 0.7V).
    So, this output Voltage change is 20x the Input Voltage change . OK?
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