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Transistors as Amplifiers

Lecture no. 8 from the course: Understanding Modern Electronics

Transistors as Amplifiers

Taught by Professor Richard Wolfson | 36 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Science Course

Discover how transistors can be used to increase voltage, current, or power of an electronic signal while faithfully reproducing the signal’s time variation. See how biasing and load-line analysis play key roles in amplifiers, and help prevent distortion. Learn to design a simple one-transistor audio amplifier that increases the voltage of audio-frequency signals.

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