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Hi E..sorry late reply (sleep)hi Z,
As you use LTSpice, why not create the circuit in the simulator.?
Hi : okay thanks... You can do not easiest way?The easiest way to find the voltage gain is to use a circuit simulator. Buy because Re1 = 330kΩ and RL = 22kΩ.
This circuit will do not have any voltage gain. It is more like an attenuator.
And what you exactly do not understand?
Also, see the example here
And the name of a book is?
I think there is an error(s) in the book.Buy because Re1 = 330kΩ and RL = 22kΩ.
No, I don't have this book. But from what I see on your photo on the left sit there is a spice netlist.lol yeah it's 330... you have the book?
lol..You recommend book you do not have : anyways, nice book : thanks..just 3.9 hard to follow (hard is good?)No, I don't have this book. But from what I see on your photo on the left sit there is a spice netlist.
Can you show it?
And here you have some examples:
But I assume that you know how to calculate the gain of a multistage amplifier?
When and where I recommend buying this book?lol..You recommend book you do not have
Quick test:Yes think can calculate...reading again
lol thanks...doing..less 10mins maybe
hmmm...why not? okayWhy 16.2? Can you show me the calculations?
Is the gain correct? if wrong : think can do another calculation\[ x/y + c = 4 \]
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