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(TCO 2) For the circuit in the following figure (Chapter 3, Figure 3-29, on page 135), VCC=18 V, R1=10 K?, R2=2.2 K?, RC=1 k?, RE1=220 ?,RE2=220 ?, RL=220 ?, Rs=1 K? Determine the DC base voltage VB with respect to ground.

(TCO 2) For the circuit in the following figure (Chapter 3, Figure 3-29, on page 135), VCC=18 V, R1=10 K?, R2=4.7 K?, RC=1 k?, RE1=220 ?,RE2=220 ?, RL=220 ?, Rs=1 K? . Determine the DC current IE flowing through resistors RE1 and RE2 .

(TCO 2) For the circuit in the following figure (Chapter 3, Figure 3-29, on page 135), VCC=15 V, R1=10 K?, R2=2.2 K?, RC=1 k?, RE1=220 ?,RE2=220 ?, RL=220 ?, Rs=1 K?. Determine the voltage at the DC operating point (Q-point) VCEQ.

(TCO 2) For the circuit in the following figure (Chapter 3, Figure 3-29, on page 135), VCC=18 V, R1=10 K?, R2=2.2 K?, RC=1 k?, RE1=220 ?,RE2=220 ?, RL=10 K?, Rs=1 K? . Determine the AC voltage gain.

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