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MIDTERM Question 5

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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36 and -48
@heja Here, VS=90V, R=1kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=1mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=3V. What is the dc operating point (bias) output voltage VOUT (in Volts) of this amplifier?
plz mention formulas @heja

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plz mention formulae @heja
Here, VS=100V, R=1kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=1mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=4V.
@hejå pls let us kno the formulas
VS=80V, R=3kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=2mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=2V. What is the dc operating point (bias) output voltage VOUT (in Volts) of this amplifier?
plz reveal the formula
1. (R*b)/(1+R*b)*vIN 2. (VS*(1+R*b)-vIN)/(1+R*b)
@hejå this is q.4 plz answer 5
Mine is VS=100V, R=5kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=1mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=2V.
ok give me 2 minutes to go thru my paper work and find the formula haha
@hejå deary i used up a submittion
@chanakya2346 did u solve the question
which one @saadixyz
see u guys later gotta go ok...i n an hr
@hejå have u found the formula in your paper work
plz reveal the formulas heja
VS=100V, R=5kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=1mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=2V. 60What is the small signal gain (vOUTvIN) of this amplifier when it is biased as above? -60
bingo! right on the spot! thanks heja
@heja What is the dc operating point (bias) output voltage VOUT (in Volts) of this amplifier?
@hejå formulas plz
@hejå : VS=80V, R=1.5kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=2mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=2V. give me ans or formula plz
@heja Here, VS=100V, R=1kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=1mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=4V. What is the dc operating point (bias) output voltage VOUT (in Volts) of this amplifier? unanswered What is the small signal gain (vOUTvIN) of this amplifier when it is biased as above?
@heja plzz give us formulae
@heja formula????????????????
@heja pls atleast tell me your question pls...
@heja plz post some something(either formula or u r question)
@hejå ere, VS=90V, R=1kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=1mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=3V. What is the dc operating point (bias) output voltage VOUT (in Volts) of this amplifier? incorrect
chanakya..ur gain mayb -72 ....i think i saw someone post it smewher
@saadixyz vout = 63V
i think its correct
@natasha5336 of what
Here, VS=100V, R=1kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=1mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=4V.
any one mine plzzzzzzz
ty @machu got it ri8
@machu , @natasha5336 , @chanakya2346 , @saadixyz Here, VS=80V, R=3kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=2mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=2V. wats the answer pls lemme kno
@Nurali we got the same question if u know the ans plzz help me
@kaddy gain=-72
@saadixyz and gain =-27 check it
have u got it ri8 @kaddy
@kaddy have u done with this (dc operating point (bias) output voltage VOUT (in Volts) of this amplifier?)
what is b
closing this question of moving to next question RAP IT GUYS
@chanakya2346 32 i think so....check it
one submission left for me (@kaddy r u sure with the ans)
@saadixyz plzz help mee
yes i hope so....
ha ha ha @kaddy i got it man
heja what is b in the formula Here, VS=80V, R=3kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=2mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=2V.
benzo its answered already..check chanakya and kaddy
32 and -72 people thats good
Q1....1 to 7 ?
can u tell d final answer for q5 please? anyone
@natasha5336 pls lemme kno d formula
@benzo : for ach data u get 32 & -72
@natasha5336 : plz tell d formulas
yes look at my q and now the answer
akash its good
@benzo : tell me d formulas yar
32 and -72 are wrong answers
@benzo Vout=32 and gain = -72
@petrucci plz tell the formula
@petrucci : do u have formulas for dat??????????
heja what is b in the formula Here, VS=80V, R=3kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=2mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=2V. its good for me
@ akash97 Q. 5. Vout=Vs-(f*(Vgs^3))*RL Gain = -3*f*(vgs^2)*RL
@petrucci : value of vgs????????
Akash97 Its the VIN itself
@benzo just put the values i gave....ur values are same with me..
pet u got it q1
VS=90V, R=1kΩ, and the transistor parameter f=1mAV3. The amplifier is biased with VIN=3V. What is the dc operating point (bias) output voltage VOUT (in Volts) of this amplifier? What is the small signal gain (vOUTvIN) of this amplifier when it is biased as above?
@jayapavan: Vout = 63; Gain =-27
q(5) when vs=100, r=1kohm , f=1 ma/v^3, vin=4v (1)what is th dc bais VOUT? (2)gain(vout/vin)
(q6) The circuit elements have the following values: Vin=27V, R1=5Ω, R2=7Ω, R3=12Ω, A=6 and B=0.1. plzzzzzzzz help
q(5) 36 -48
nurali is 32 and -72.......hey help me with please me.....The elements in this circuit have the following values: R1=1000Ω, R2=400Ω, R3=600Ω, V1=6V, I1=2A and I2=2A......what is vA, V1, I1, I2
wat is f here???
value of k is given in Q plzzz help
q(5) when vs=6, r=10kohm , f=5 ma/v^3, vin=1v (1)what is th dc bais VOUT? (2)gain(vout/vin)
plzzz tell me answer

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