Im designing CE amplifier and I calculated the coupling capacitor C1 using the cutoff frequency equation and it turns out I need 0,2mcF with 2221ohm input impedance and 300Hz frequency. Is this value fine? I mean,
How did it work on the breadboard? Only 5 parts - it should only take a few minutes.Im designing CE amplifier and I calculated the coupling capacitor C1 using the cutoff frequency equation and it turns out I need 0,2mcF with 2221ohm input impedance and 300Hz frequency. Is this value fine? I mean,
Hmm, didn't know about those simulators. I will try them, thanks!How did it work on the breadboard? Only 5 parts - it should only take a few minutes.
Or, how did it work in the simulator? LTSpice, TI-TINA can simulate and show the frequency response.
The simulators are free from Linear Technologies and Texas Instruments.
Ahh, correct!I don't understand your value "0,2mcF"
If your lowest frequency of interest is 300Hz then you should generally calculate the capacitor value to give the -3dB at 1/0th of that frequency - 30Hz - which for 2221Ω I make 2.39uF
Sorry, yes 1/10Oh and 1/0th means 1/10 right?
Thank you!Sorry, yes 1/10