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If V in is 1.6 V, what is V out for the emitter follower stage below? R E = 1 k Ω , R C = 3 k Ω , h FE = 200 . 1 V 0 V 14 V 0.6 V 3 V. What is the gain of the emitter follower stage below? R E = 1 k Ω , R C = 3 k Ω , h FE = 200 . -3 about 200 3 1 -1.

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If Vin is 1.6 V, what is Vout for the emitter follower stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 1 V
  • 0 V
  • 14 V
  • 0.6 V
  • 3 V
slide2

What is the gain of the emitter follower stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • -3
  • about 200
  • 3
  • 1
  • -1
slide3

If Vin is 1.6 V, what is the collector current for the emitter follower stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 200 μA
  • 5 μA
  • 1 mA
  • 1.6 mA
  • 12 mA
slide4

If Vin is 1.6 V, what is the emitter current for the emitter follower stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 5 μA
  • 100 μA
  • 1.6 mA
  • 1 mA
  • 1.2 mA
slide5

If Vin is 1.6 V, what is the base current for the emitter follower stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 200 μA
  • 5 μA
  • 1 mA
  • 1.6 mA
  • 12 mA
slide6

What is the input impedance the emitter follower stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 5 mΩ
  • 200 kΩ
  • 3 kΩ
  • 1 kΩ
  • can’t tell
slide7

What is the output impedance the emitter follower stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 5 mΩ
  • 200 kΩ
  • 3 kΩ
  • 1 kΩ
  • can’t tell
slide8

If Vin is 1.6 V, what is Vout for the common emitter stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 1 V
  • 0 V
  • 12 V
  • 0.6 V
  • 3 V
slide9

What is the gain of the common emitter stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • -3
  • about 200
  • 3
  • 1
  • -1
slide10

If Vin is 1.6 V, what is the collector current for the common emitter stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 200 μA
  • 5 μA
  • 1 mA
  • 1.6 mA
  • 12 mA
slide11

If Vin is 1.6 V, what is the base current for the common emitter stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 200 μA
  • 5 μA
  • 1 mA
  • 1.6 mA
  • 12 mA
slide12

If Vin is 1.6 V, what is the emitter current for the common emitter stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 5 μA
  • 100 μA
  • 1.6 mA
  • 1 mA
  • 1.2 mA
slide13

What is the input impedance the common emitter stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 5 mΩ
  • 200 kΩ
  • 3 kΩ
  • 1 kΩ
  • can’t tell
slide14

What is the output impedance the common emitter stage below? RE = 1 kΩ, RC = 3 kΩ, hFE = 200

  • 5 mΩ
  • 200 kΩ
  • 3 kΩ
  • 1 kΩ
  • can’t tell
slide17

What is the emitter current of the common emitter stage below?

  • 0.6 mA
  • 0.9 mA
  • 2.0 mA
  • 3.8 mA
  • 5.5 mA
slide21

What is the base current of the common emitter stage below? Assume β = 200.

  • 100 μA
  • 10 μA
  • 1 mA
  • 3 mA
  • 1.9 mA
slide22

How much does the base current of the common emitter stage pull down the input voltage divider?

  • 1.5 V
  • 12 μV
  • 9.5 V
  • 8.9 V
  • 80 mV
slide23

What is the input impedance of this two-state amplifier at 10 kHz? Assume β = 200 and the pot wiper is at ground.

  • 8 kΩ
  • 200 kΩ
  • 57 kΩ
  • 1 kΩ
  • can’t tell
slide24

What is the output impedance of this two-state amplifier at 10 kHz? Assume β = 200.

  • 16 Ω
  • 820 Ω
  • 0.8 Ω
  • 1 kΩ
  • can’t tell
slide25

What is the maximum gain of this two-state amplifier at 10 kHz? Assume β = 200.

  • 2.7
  • 210
  • 2000
  • 6.7
  • can’t tell