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SINGLE STAGE AMPLIFIERS
Classification of amplifiers- distrotion in amplifiers, analysis of CE, CC and CB configurations with simplified hybrid model, analysis of CE amplifier with emitter resistance and emitter follower, Miller’s Theorem and its dual, Design of Single stage RC coupled amplifier using BJT.
MULTI STAGE AMPLIFIERS
Analysis of Cascaded RC coupled BJT amplifiers Cascode amplifier, Darlington Pair, Different Coupling Schemes used in amplifiers- RC Coupled Amplifier, Transformer Coupled amplifier, Direct Coupled amplifier.
BJT AMPLIFIERS – FREQUENCY RESPONSE
Logarithms, Decibles, General frequency considerations, Frequency response of BJT amplifiers, Analysis at Low and High Frequencies, Effect of coupling and bypass capacitors. The hybrid pi – common emitter transistor model, CE short circuit current gain, Current gain with resistive load, single stage CE transistor amplifier response, gain-bandwidth poduct, emitter follower at higher frequencies.
Basic concepts, MOS small signal model, common source amplifier with resistive load, diode connected load and current source load, source follower, common gate stage cascode, folded cascode amplifier, and their frequency response.
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Concepts of feedback, classification of feedback on amplifier characteristics, general characterstics of negative feedback amplifiers, effect of feedback on amplifier characteristics, voltage seriesm voltage shunt, current series and current shunt feedback cofigurations, Illustrative problems.
Classification of oscillators, conditions for oscillatorsm RC Phase shift oscillator , Generalized analysis of LC oscillator- Hartley and colpitts Oscillators, Wein Bridge & Crystal Oscillator, Stability of Oscillators.
LARGE SIGNAL AMPLIFIERS
Classification, Class A Large Signal Amplifiers, Transformer coupled class A Audio power amplifierm Efficiency of Class A Amplifier, Class B Amplifier, Efficiency of CLass b Amplifier, Class B Pushpull amplifier, Complimentary symmetry Class B Push-Pull amplifier, Distortion in Power Amplifiers, Thermal Stability and Heat sinks.
Introduction, Q- Factor , small signal tuned amplifier, effect of cascading single tuned amplifiers on bandwidth, effect of cascading double tuned amplifiers on bandwidth, stagger tuned amplifiermm stability of tuned amplifiers.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: What is an electronic amplifier circuit?
A1: Electronic amplifier circuit modifies the characteristics of the input signal when delivered the output side. It can be with respect to current, voltage, or power.
Q2: What are the classification of amplifier?
A2: Classification of amplifiers is given below
|Type of signal||Type of configuration||Classification||Frequency of operation||Type of coupling||Based on the output||Number of stages|
|Small signal||Common emitter||Class A Amplifier||Direct Current (DC)||A RC coupled amplifiers||A Voltage amplifier||A Single stage amplifiers|
|Large signal||Common base||Class B Amplifier||Audio Frequencies||Inductive coupled amplifiers||Power amplifiers||Two stage amplifier|
|Common collector||Class AB Amplifier||Radio frequencies||Transformer coupled amplifiers||Multistage amplifiers|
|Class C Amplifier||VHF, UHF, SHF frequencies||Direct coupled amplifiers||Number of stages|
Q3: What are the characteristics of amplifiers?
A3: Characteristics of amplifier are,
- Current gain
- Voltage gain
- Power gain
- Input impedance
- Output impedance
- Band width
Q4: What is the difference between CE, CB, CC amplifier?
A4: The difference between CE, CB, CC amplifier are,
|Input resistance||Low (1K to 2K)||Very low (30-150 Ω)||High (20-500 KΩ)|
|Output resistance||Large (≈ 50 K)||High (≈ 500 K)||Low (50-1000 KΩ)|
|Current gain||B high||α < 1||High (1 + β)|
|Voltage gain||High (≈ 1500)||High (≈ 1500)||Less than one|
|Power gain||High (≈ 10,000)||High (≈ 7500)||Low (250-500)|
|Phase between input and output||reversed||same||same|