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Third Evaluation

No. 1 Characteristic parameter of -the transistor connections. Fill in: yes/no/high/low/medium


common base

common collector

common emitter

voltage gain




current gain




input impedance




output impedance




phase inversion




No. 2

a) What is the voltage gain AV?
b) What is the input impedance?
c) Construct the ac load line!


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No. 3 a) What are the classes of power amplifiers? Discuss advantage and disadvantage of every class.

b) Sketch a circuit of a push pull amplifier.