Alright, I've been stuck on this problem for my electronics class for far too long.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

" Design a CE amplifier with a gain of 10 using a 2n3906 transistor and a 20 V power supply. Calculate the required resistor and capacitor values for the circuit, assuming a minimum frequency of 10 Hz."

It turns out that there are four unknown resistors and one capacitor (if I'm thinking correctly). The voltage divider, the collector resistor, the emitter resistor, and the capacitor parallel to the emitter resistor. With such little information, at least for me, I'm completely lost on where to even begin to relate these values. Everything I've thought up so far has constantly interwoven the unknown values, given me new ones, and never enough equations to solve them all. Any help at all is appreciated in even getting started down the right path.

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# Homework Help: Transistor CE Amplifier

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