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### SP 5.5-4

Course: ITTC 412, Fall 2009
School: E. Kentucky
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5.5-4.doc 1/1 Special 4/4/2003 SP Problem 5.5 - 4 The threshold voltage of the transistor is Vt = 2.0 Volts, K = 0.125 mA/V2. The capacitors very are large. Find the small-signal gain Av = vo/vi of this amplifier. 15.0 V 15.0 V 15 K 16 K + 100 K vo(t) _ vi(t) + _ 10 K 4K

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5.5-4.doc 1/1 Special 4/4/2003 SP Problem 5.5 - 4 The threshold voltage of the transistor is Vt = 2.0 Volts, K = 0.125 mA/V2. The capacitors very are large. Find the small-signal gain Av = vo/vi of this amplifier. 15.0 V 1...

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