Voltage gain in low-mid frequency range

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  1. yoamocuy

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    Oct 7, 2009
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    Find and sketch voltage gain in the low-mid frequency range. Compute maximum gain and cutoff frequency (rad/sec). A picture is attached.

    We just started doing this in class and haven't had any lectures over it yet. I've read our book a bit but am still a bit lost. Isn't the gain shown in the picture going to be the maximum gain? I believe that the gain in the low-mid frequency range is going to be -Amax*(s/(s+ωp1))*(s/(s+ωp2))*(s/(s+ωp3)), but I'm not sure how to find those values with the circuit in the form that it's in. If I had the values of Cc2 and Ce I feel like I could calculate everything, but since I only have Cc1 I'm not sure what to do... I could be completely off track, I'm not sure.
     
  2. Audioguru

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    The source resistance of 600 ohms plus the amplifier's input resistance of 100 ohms is what the 6uF input capacitor drives. So 38Hz (the cutoff frequency) has a gain of 70.7 times and frequencies above 380Hz have a gain of 100.

    The sketch is just a slope of -6dB/octave below 38Hz and a flat line above 380Hz.

    There is no Cc2 nor Ce shown.
     
  3. yoamocuy

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    Oct 7, 2009
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    Ok, thanks. That helps a lot
     
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