Why is DC load line different from AC load line?

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  1. hoyahoya7

    hoyahoya7 Thread Starter New Member

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    I know that Q-point is intersection of AC load line and DC load line.

    but!
    I don't know why DC load line is different from AC load line.

    I think that it means difference of resistance value.

    WHY???????????

    Help me~
     
  2. Papabravo

    Papabravo AAC Fanatic!

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    It is not the resistance, but the AC impedance which is frequency dependent.
     
  3. hgmjr

    hgmjr Moderator Staff Member

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    To echo what papabravo has stated, a device that exhibits an ac load-line in addition to a dc load-line possesses a load impedance that is not purely resistive.

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