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UNIT-1(Feedback Amplifiers)

1.An amplifier with open loop voltage gain Av = 1000 100 is available. It is
necessary to have an
amplifier where voltage gain varies by not more than 0.1 %
(a) Find the reverse transmission factor of the feedback network used
(b) Find the gain with feedback.

2. An amplifier with Av = - 500, produces 5% harmonic distortion at full output.


What value of f3 is
required to reduce the distortion to 0.1% ? What is the overall gain?

3. An amplifier has voltage gain of 10,000 with ground plate supply of 150 V
and voltage gain of8000
at reduced rate supply of 130 V. On application of negative feedback. The
voltage gain at normal
plate supply is reduced by a factor of 80. Calculate the 1) voltage gain of the
amplifier with
feedback for two values of plate supply voltage. 2) Percentage reduction in
voltage gain with
reduction in plate supply voltage for both condition. with and without feedback.

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For the circuit shown, Rc = 4 kOhms, Rs = 40 k Ohms, Rs = 10k Ohms, hI e =
1.1 kO, hfe = 50, hre = ho e = O.
Find Avf ' Rlf.

5. A gain variation of +10% is expected for an amplifier with closed loop gain
of 100. How can this variation be reduced to +1%.
UNIT-2 (OSCILLATORS)
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UNIT-3 (MULTISTAGE AMPLIFIERS)


11. Fig. shows a 2-stage RC coupled amplifier. Find the voltage gain of (i)
first stage (ii) second stage and (iii) overall voltage gain.
12. Determine the necessary transformer turn ratio for transferring maximum
power to a 16Ohms load from a source that has an output impedance of 10 k.
Also calculate the
voltage across the external load if the terminal voltage of the source is 10V
r.m.s.
13. A transformer coupling is used in the final stage of a multistage amplifier. If
the output impedance of transistor is 1kand the speaker has a resistance of
10Ohms, find the turn ratio
of the transformer so that maximum power is transferred to the load.
14. Fig. shows a direct coupled two-stage amplifier. Determine (i) d.c.
voltages for both stages (ii) voltage gain of each stage and overall voltage gain.

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UNIT-4 (POWER AMPLIFIERS)
16. A series fed class A amplifier uses a supply voltage of 10V
and load resistance of 20. The a.c input voltage results in a
base current of 4mA peak. Calculate ( i.) d.c input power (ii).
a.c output power.
17. Prove that the maximum efficiency of a class B amplifier is
78.5%.
18. For a class B amplifier providing a 20-V peak signal to a 16- load
(speaker) and a power supply of
VCC = 30 V, determine the input power, output power, and circuit efficiency
19. For the harmonic distortion reading of D2 = 0.1, D3 = 0.02, and D4 = 0.01,
with I1 =4 A and RC = 8,
calculate the total harmonic distortion, fundamental power component, and total
power.
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UNIT-5 (TUNED AMPLIFIERS)

21. A parallel resonant circuit has a capacitor of 250pF in one branch and
inductance of 1.25mH plus a resistance of 10Ohmsin the parallel branch.
Find (i) resonant frequency (ii) impedance of the circuit at resonance (iii) Q-
factor of the circuit.
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23. The Q of a tuned amplifier is 60. If the resonant frequency for the amplifier
is 1200 kHz, find (i) bandwidth and (ii) cut-off frequencies.

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25. For the tuned amplifier shown in Fig. determine (i) the resonant frequency
(ii) the Q of tank circuit and (iii) bandwidth of the amplifier.