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Unformatted text preview: Design a common-emitter amplifier that will achieve a voltage gain IAVJ =|V.N,-J of more than 100 and an input impedance Zi of more than 15m when the particular ZNSDSB transistor described in the table below is used at middle frequencies. The first entry in the table is hk-aflo and the second entry is 1135:, for various values of Va; and 1c. You may assume Vo=0.65 V. 1133:“), 84550, ICEO=0, and tar-on. The supply voltage Vcc is 10 volts and the load RL is 61m. Assume C1. C2, and C5 are "large". 696.19.2K . mm m mm 980. 13K (2:) Choose an operating point (lovcg) by selecting VCE to be 2, 4. 6. 8, or 10 volts, and selecting [c to be 1. 2, 3, 4. orS mA. Iv“ :3 3+9 5' James VCE ‘6 VC: - :3 V‘& S B ‘FDf LICS ) Ic=lnfl flags-2V (Rukéf‘l'huwb Is Sahsftefl, V8e=ch:2. r Z+2+£=l0 (b) Pick a value for RC. (c) Pick values for R1. R2. and RE. The current at the Operating point should vary by no more than 10 per cent for BSOSBRSIOOO. (You will receive partial credit if you achieve the Operating point that you specified in part (a) even in your design fails to achieve the other design goals.) “I3 = m9 flak Igl :- [#113 (Sa'hsfiec Role 0‘? name 401‘ S'tlbt‘l )4 ‘013 5312,15 (901.8] {pd I; on [OI-c) Thai. ls} Tuck IRF‘DZMH . current GlJe I'50 lwfud' impeo‘amce i5 “Ottawa,ng “Helge Moss K: V12; lO—Vg£~.£S‘-"7,35' 33: Veilgzllfrr I: g: z z 367k51 L IR; 2 Ig'éfs 3 ‘OZ " it: 10m“: “A ALE?- : £255 .3 Hgkfi‘ Via = Va“ is: 2 LS g” 1’92 W5" k ‘F 6 5+4“ $14.1: @Baczg 5013;: 330(230‘kbi) R2 = #3. €th or Id? 5 0‘31 [olqifamz :‘thn Varies by [955 fig” [0% whiff M Bork! I5: EWTH 'ngfoul] ’ u“: 22 c N256? ‘0: 2391’ C5) , u 4. fig «23% “3 s to 23W“. 3 = Mg m + m 0 8Th: fillfifi 10231:». @B’I‘WQI‘ firmer»: “all?! RE Lkfl‘ (d) How would you change the operating point Specified in (a) if you wanted a higher voltage gain IAVJ , but could tolerate a lower input impedance 2i? Check ‘gor - 1?;=fi.fl(lzz|(rn:3m[{iqa[fliz HT 0?. ‘PT- +9 Mid” ImPeJdnce : [owlqu 2&an IT;¢;$¢:5(_ 'RFWEE 3m ’H'ND ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course ECE 255 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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