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Similarly, the base bias requirements of the second transistor do not influence the collector circuit of the first. In addition, R-C coupling requires only inexpensive components. c. signals. 6. 6 shows the arrangement of Rand C for this mode of inter-stage coupling. Clearly the ratio between the reactance of C and the resistance of R will determine what percentage of the output of one stage of amplification is passed on to the next. As the reactance of C varies with the frequency of the applied signal, so will the amount of signal passed on.
3 Prediction of the upper3dB frequency (f2) It may be desirable to predict the upper 3 dB frequency of an amplifier stage from component values. k-) times its mid band value. f2 = A-3dB But AH = 1 . e. AM = 100, RLl 2 kn and c, = 100 pF, calculate fi . 27 MHz. 4 Calculation of roll-off rate In order to calculate the rate of high-frequency roll-off, we must be sure that the slope we are using is beyond the curve and into the straight-line area. The decade between 10 MHz and 100 MHz would be more linear than, say, that between 1 MHz and 10 MHz.
F. 2. f. 2 Draw a J kifz pulsed waveform which has a 25% duty cycle. 3 Solution waveform It is important to appreciate that there is no such thing as the perfect rectangular wave as this would entail a voltage or current changing from one level to another in zero time. However, it is obvious that any change of 51 3. Rectangular Waves level must take a fmite time. 4, the 'corners' are rounded. r---------... 4 Practical square wave parameters The measurement of essential parameters of a practical rectangular wave is made unreliable by the round comers, leading to the use of standard definitions for the rise time, fall time and pulse width of a rectangular wave.
Analogue Electronics for Higher Studies by B. W. Allen (auth.)