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C2)Table C2(a). Calculated and measured voltage gains of CE AmplifierAV [V/V}AVo [V/V}Calculated Values (from Table P1)0.70711.36Measured Values (From Table E1)0.71211.404Percent Error %0.7022%0.3858%Table C2(b). Calculated and measured voltage gains of the two stage amplifierAV [V/V}AVo [V/V}Calculated Values (from Table P1)10.82910.86Measured Values (From Table E1)11.2511.152Percent Error %3.74%2.618%The percent errors are relatively small and the errors that were achieved were because of noise, the equipment is not exact values for example a 200 ohm resistor is not exactly 200 ohms it slightly more or less.R5
Common-Base AmplifierD. Surti and A. ParikhC3)The CC amplifier consists of a minute load resistance. This makes the load voltage greater then the source voltage which allows for a high voltage gain.Ri2=rpi+(beta+1)ℜ3¿(15040(1.1026))+(151) (1.2)¿184.79Ri2=rpi+(beta+1)ℜ3∨¿RL¿(15040(1.1563))+(151) (1.56)¿238.80R6