ECE 340 - Lab 11.pdf.pdf

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ECE 340 Lab 11 Common Collector Amplifier Syed Rizvi UIN: 669373785 Joao Vitor Da Silva Moreira UIN: 658314539 T.A Ankit Gupta Lab Session: Tuesday 8am-11am This study resource was shared via CourseHero.com

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Purpose: In this experiment, were examined the current amplification (A I ), voltage amplification (A V ), input impedance, Z IN , and output impedance, Z OUT , characteristics of a Common-Collector Amplifier. Theory: The Common-Collector, or emitter-follower, is an extremely useful type of amplifier. The collector is common to both input and output. This is most easily seen in the small-signal equivalent model. Pay close attention to the input and output impedance calculations and measurements. Procedure: 1. Use a 5 k Ω variable resistor as R L . Adjust the value so that it is exactly 500 Ω . 2. Construct the amplifier circuit. Determine the Q-point conditions, i.e., measure I C,Q and V CE,Q .
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