Coupling Capacitors

Coupling Capacitors: Coupling Capacitors are required at a circuit input to couple a signal source to the circuit without affecting the bias conditions. Similarly, loads are capacitor-coupled to the circuit…

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Coupling and Bypassing Capacitors Coupling

Coupling and Bypassing Capacitors: Coupling Capacitors - To use a transistor circuit to amplify or otherwise process an ac signal, the signal source must be connected to the circuit input.…

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What is Capacitor in Electronics?

What is Capacitor in Electronics?: What is Capacitor in Electronics? - Capacitor is a two-terminal element that has the capability of charge storage and, consequently, energy storage. The stored energy…

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Voltage Variable Capacitors

Voltage Variable Capacitors: VVC Operation - Voltage Variable Capacitors diodes (VVCs) are also known as vari¬≠caps, varactors, and as tuning diodes. Basically, a Voltage Variable Capacitors is a reverse biased…

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Power Supply Decoupling

Power Supply Decoupling: Power Supply Decoupling - High-power amplifiers require high supply current levels, so unregulated power supplies are often employed to avoid the power wasted in a series regulator.…

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Capacitor Coupled Class AB Output Stage

Capacitor Coupled Class AB Output Stage: The basic circuit of a Class-AB amplifier using a complementary emitter follower output stage and a Capacitor Coupled Class AB Output Stage load is…

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Capacitor Coupled Common Base Amplifier

Capacitor Coupled Common Base Amplifier: A practical Capacitor Coupled Common Base Amplifier (using a plus/minus supply) is shown in Fig. 12-39. [Note the polarity of the input coupling capacitor (C1).]…

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