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Where can I find the formulas?Begin by ignoring Cc and RL for now. They will affect the low-frequency response (which you did not specify).
You were given Vcc and Ic which is a good start.
Given VB = 1V you can determine VE and hence RE.
Given Vcc = 12V aim for VCE = 6V. Now determine RC.
Just for starters.
Now go find IB and R1 and R2.
Hello,Given: R1=80k, R2=10k, RC = 2k, RL=2k, RE=100, b = 300, frequency of Vin is 10KHz, peak voltage of Vin is 1mV.
Calculate VBB, VCE, VC , IC , Vload, Av , Vout. and show your assumption for VBE along with a justification for the value of VBE you assumed. Calculate the value for the coupling capacitors
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