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In the multistage amplifier circuit below, Vcc=VEE=5 V. The three ideal current sources, I1, 12 and I3 bias the amplifier circuits. You can assume...

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In the multistage amplifier circuit below, Vcc=VEE=5 V. The three ideal current
sources, I1, 12 and I3 bias the amplifier circuits. You can assume that |VBE|= 0.7 V.
The values for I1, 12, 13, B, VA, and Ri are specified in the table below according to
your last name. No additional assumptions can be made.
+Vcc
RC1
Rcz Z
Vo
-VEE
you Jack
I1
12
13
B
VA (V)
RL
(mA)
(mA)
(mA)
(k22)
0.2
0.5
100
50
2

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. Identify the amplifier stages . Calculate the dc bias points of all the BJTs (Ic, VCE). Use the bias analysis
results and Vc1=ch to select values for RC] and RC2. . Calculate the differential gain of the multistage amplifier. . Use LTspice to simulate the multistage amplifier circuit. Apply a negative dc
voltage at the input to zero out the output dc voltage.
i. Show results of the dc operating point analysis. Do the simulation
results agree with your calculations?
ii. Run a transient analysis at a frequency of 10 kHz and determine the
overall gain. Do the simulation results agree with your calculations?
iii. Determine the input signal range from the simulation. . Show how would you implement the circuits for the current sources In, 12 and 13

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