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secound part of question : a. What is the peak to peak voltage of Vin from the Oscilloscope waveform? Peak to peak voltage of Vin = b. What is the peak to peak voltage of Vout from the Oscilloscope waveform? Peak to peak voltage of Vout = c. Are the Vin and Vout waveforms in phase or out of phase? Are Vin and Vout waveforms in phase? d. Calculate the voltage gain (AV) of this circuit? voltage gain (AV) =

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1. Connect the circuit as shown in Figure 1. Set the dc source for a Vcc of +QV.
Connect Vin to the function generator and make sure that it is in the sine-wave
mode set for O-V output. 2. Measure the dc voltages with respect to circuit common. and collector current. as
cited in Table 1 above and enter the measured values in Table 2 below. Calculate Voltages Below Voltages (V)
Voltage from emitter to common (VE) Voltage from collector to common {Va}
Voltage from base to common {VB}
Calculate: Voltage drop between collector and emitter (Va)
Calculate: Voltage drop between base and emitter (Veg)
Voltage across the collector resistor (R2) Calculate Current Below Current (mA)
Collector current Table 2 3. Set the function generator that is connected to Vin to the sine-wave mode and set
the input signal to 1 kHz at 0.5 V peak-to-peak. If the output signal (Vom) is
clipped, reduce the input signal level until the clipping action is no longer
observed. 4. Connect Vin to one channel of the Oscilloscope and Vom to the second channel of
the oscilloscope. 5. Capture the input and output waveforms using print screen and place the figure
below:

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DC voltages for the table Ve = 860mV Vc =5.35V Vb = 1.53V Vce = 4.49V Vbe =... View the full answer

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1.2V
V(n001)
1.0V-
0.8V-
0.6V-
0.4V-
0.2V-
0.0V
-0.2V-
0.4V-
-0.6V-
0.8V-
1.0V-
1.2V-
177.2ms
177.6ms
178.0ms
178.4ms
178.8ms
179.2ms
179.6ms
180.0ms
180.4ms
180.8ms
181.2ms

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