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How to design a CE amplifier with a given gain and bandwidth??

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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What have you been given, the level expected for signal in, beta of the transistor, value of the output load resistor, frequency and bandwidth. Since bandwidth is a parameter you should need to know that. Power output? What are the required power drawn when no signal (idle current) class of operation. Your text will give you the requirements needed to design.
20 to 20 kHz bandwidth suggests that this will be an audio amp. The choices of R and C used will establish this. Does your text provide info in order to design an audio amp with that range of frequencies. I first thought it was bandwidth of 20 k at some frequency that would be specified, but evidently that is not the case.

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