basic CC amplifier question.

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chyadesh

Joined Apr 10, 2009
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sir I have a question

1. For ce and cb we give input to the emitter base junction. But for CC amplifier we give input to collector and take output from emitter..I am really confused? Please help me..

2.what is the need for CB and CC amplifier ..when we satisfy with the CE amplifier. Is there any advantages for the above mentioned.(or)for just knowledge purpose.

3.What is the meaning of the term Non-inverting used in the CC amplifier?
 
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Audioguru

Joined Dec 20, 2007
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1. For ce and cb we give input to the emitter base junction.
Yes.

But for CC amplifier we give input to collector and take output from emitter.
No.
A common collector transistor is an emitter-follower with the input to the base. The output is at the emitter and it follows the signal of the base but can provide a higher current.

2.what is the need for CB and CC amplifier ..when we satisfy with the CE amplifier. Is there any advantages for the above mentioned.(or)for just knowledge purpose.
You can look up and learn about the advantages of the different transistor circuits yourself.
 
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