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BJT amplifier circuit

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Computer_Smart

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Hi i need to design a BJT amplifier circuit
and these are the specification i need to follow

The amplifier described in this specification should operate from a single 15-volt supply and have a small signal voltage gain of your choice between 10 dB and 20dB.

The amplifier uses voltage divider bias and has a load resistance of 10k-ohms.

I am thinking to build it on a vero board or a breadboard.
Thanks for your help
 

ericgibbs

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Hi i need to design a BJT amplifier circuit
and these are the specification i need to follow

The amplifier described in this specification should operate from a single 15-volt supply and have a small signal voltage gain of your choice between 10 dB and 20dB.

The amplifier uses voltage divider bias and has a load resistance of 10k-ohms.

I am thinking to build it on a vero board or a breadboard.
Thanks for your help

hi,:)
I'm not sure what you are asking for.?
 

ericgibbs

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electronspeed

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You should give a few more details such as frequency range.There are a number of approaches for that.You may use 1/10 rule which assumes Ve=(1/10)*Vcc.Draw the dc equivalent of voltage divider bias.We have different models for different frequency ranges.You can find them in any of the electronics book.
 
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