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By A. Basak

This can be a primary booklet on analogue circuitry for college students of electric and digital engineering. Analogue circuits are utilized in numerous fields, comparable to microcomputer interplay and computer-aided layout (CAD). issues coated contain transistor circuit options and amplifiers, operational amplifiers, oscillators, section locked loops, modulation, facts acquisition and distribution, and computer-aided circuit layout. uncomplicated electronics were passed over in order that applicable emphasis should be given to the layout of the most well-liked and invaluable circuits, and the writer concentrates at the sensible information and purposes of the fabric he covers. additionally, every one bankruptcy additionally features a major variety of labored examples and several other rigorously selected difficulties at quite a few degrees of hassle.

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For the special cases where all stages of a multistage amplifier have identical lower cutoff frequencies or identical upper cutoff frequencies, the overall cutoff frequencies may be obtained as follows. Lower cutofffrequency,fLioyeTall). The voltage gain of a single stage amplifier is given by A where/ L is the lower cutoff frequency. Therefore, the gain of an amplifier with n identical stages, L , (2 45) ' where /L(Overaii) i s the overall lower cutoff frequency. * Upper cutoff frequency J^^^y The voltage gain of a single stage amplifier is also given by A u where fv is the upper cutoff frequency.

The load current of the class B amplifier shown in Fig. 28 is sinusoidal, but in practice, is distorted near the zero-crossing, as shown in Fig. 29. 44 Transistor circuit techniques and amplifiers Fig. 29. Load current of a class B push-pull amplifier showing crossover distortion. cot Fig. 30. Push-pull amplifier with bias supply: (a) battery supply; (b) resistance-divider supply. 7 V for silicon transistors. 7 V using the techniques shown in Fig. 30. Power amplifiers 45 Fig. 31. Output waveforms of a single stage class B amplifier.

14 °C/W TO5 TO3 twisted vane 48QC/W jx ^rr \mm±i Black finish heat sinks to push - fit or TO5 and TO39 cases. 1 °C/W TO220 high dissipation Compact horizontal or vertical mounting heat sink pre-drilled for TO3 devices. Black anodised. 8 °C/W and the heat sink-to-ambient thermal resistance in °C/watt, The circuit shown in Fig. 35 represents an electrical analog of the thermal system of a transistor mounted on a heat sink in free air. 82) where Ta is the ambient temperature in °C. All power transistors are packaged in cases which permit good physical contact with a heat sink.

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