# The magnitude small signal voltage gain of the amplifier is

1.  AV = 181V/V

2.  AV = 330V/V

3.  AV = 110V/V

4.  AV = 220V/V

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AV = 110V/V

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# For the Non investing amplifier shown below, if unloaded gain a = 106, R1= 2kΩ and R2 = 18 kΩ then Vo is

1.  9.8V

2.  9.7 V

3.  10 V

4.  9.999 V

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9.999 V

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# Which one of the following represents the ideal equivalent circuit of given non-inverting amplifier.

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4.  None of these

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# For the common – emitter amplifier circuit shown below, when |jωCμ|

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# In the above problem, the power released by 4v source is

1.   2mv

2.  0.2w

3.  2.6mw

4.  2.4 mw

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2.4 mw

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# Find VN, VP & Vo in the circuit shown below

1.   -5V

2.  5V

3.  2.5V

4.  -2.5V

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-5V

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# The Miller capacitance CM in terms of internal base to collectors voltage (Av) of the transistor is

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# In the circuit of figure shown below, let R1 = R3 = R4 = 10KΩ &R2 = 30 KΩ if V1 = 3v, find V2 for V0 = 10V

1.   4.5V

2.  9.5V

3.   19.5V

4.  -9.5V

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9.5V

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# The below circuit shows a common source amplifier with a saturated PMOS load. Suppose both the transistors are in saturation then small signal voltage gain (V0/Vin) is

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