Lab7_Report - 3.5.4 If we are to design an ampliFer with...

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Report 7: Frequency Response Name: Lab Section: 3.4.3 What are the respective values of I BIAS and V OUT (the DC voltage at the output)? I BIAS = V OUT = 3.4.4 Sketch the waveforms of v IN and v OUT . 3.4.5 At 1 kHz, what are the magnitude and phase of v out /v in as measured from the oscilloscope? | v out /v in | dB = v out /v in = 1
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2 3.4.6 Attach the Bode plots to the lab report. 3.4.7 What is the frequency at which the gain drops by 3 dB? What is the phase at this frequency? Is the phase consistent with the magnitude? f - 3 dB = v out /v in | f - 3 dB = 3.5.2 Attach the Bode plots to the lab report. 3.5.3 How does the dominant pole of this ampliFer compare to the respective poles of the previous two ampliFers? Is this result agreeable?
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Unformatted text preview: 3.5.4 If we are to design an ampliFer with high bandwidth, is a transistor with large C μ desirable? 3.6.2 Attach the Bode plots to the lab report. 3.6.3 How does the dominant pole of this ampliFer compare to the respective poles of the previous two ampliFers? Is this result agreeable? 3.7.3 Attach the Bode plots to the lab report. 3.7.4 How does the bandwidth of this ampliFer compare to the respective bandwidths of the previous ampli-Fers? Note: If you could not measure the dominant pole, a qualitative answer is suFcient (i.e. smaller, larger, much larger)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2009 for the course ECSE 2050 taught by Professor Monahella during the Spring '08 term at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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