AC Analysis of FET Circuits

FET Common Source Amplifier with Unbypassed Source Resistors

FET Common Source Amplifier with Unbypassed Source Resistors: Equivalent Circuit – When an unbypassed source resistor (RS) is present in a FET Common Source Amplifier circuit, as shown in Fig.11-10(a), it also appears in the ac equivalent circuit, [Fig. 11-10(b)]. In the complete equivalent circuit RS must be shown connected between the FET source terminal …

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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 output to avoid the change in bias conditions produced by direct coupling. Input and output Coupling Capacitors (C1 and C3) and are shown in the FET circuit …

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