+15 V 2) Consider the common-emitter amplifier (in this case, a "grounded-emitter amplifier," since RE = 0) shown below. Re= 2 kf? a. What is the minimum value of Vin that saturates the transistor? Assume ß = 100. b. What is the (ac) voltage gain of the amplifier, assuming the input is biased to something above 0.6 V and below your result from (a)? R. = 20k?

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+15 V
2) Consider the common-emitter amplifier (in this
case, a "grounded-emitter amplifier," since RE =
0) shown below.
Re= 2 kf?
a. What is the minimum value of Vin that
saturates the transistor? Assume ß = 100.
b. What is the (ac) voltage gain of the
amplifier, assuming the input is biased to
something above 0.6 V and below your result from (a)?
R. = 20k?
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+15 V 2) Consider the common-emitter amplifier (in this case, a "grounded-emitter amplifier," since RE = 0) shown below. Re= 2 kf? a. What is the minimum value of Vin that saturates the transistor? Assume ß = 100. b. What is the (ac) voltage gain of the amplifier, assuming the input is biased to something above 0.6 V and below your result from (a)? R. = 20k?

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