why a common emitter is preferred over a common base circuit in amplifiers?
Asked by Vishal Choudhary | 20th Feb, 2014, 04:57: PM
Common emitter circuit is preferred over a common base circuit in amplifiers because the resistance of the common emitter circuit is much less than that of the common base circuit. Also the power gain in the common emitter circuit is much higher than that in a common base circuit.
Answered by | 21st Feb, 2014, 08:12: PM
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