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# Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati

## Department of Electronics of Communication Engineering

Homework #1, EE203

## Due date Tuesday, January 17 (Answer any five)

1. Figure 1 shows a transconductance amplifier whose output is fed back to its input.
Find the input resistance Rm of the resulting one-port network. (Hint: Apply a test
voltage vx between the two input terminals, and find the current ix drawn from the
source. Then, Rin = vx/ix.).

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source resistance, and Rt and Cfori are theforinput resistance and input capacitance,
respectively, of the amplifier. Derive
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of the low-pass STC type. Find the 3-dB frequency for the case Rs = 20 kilo ohm, Rj =
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80 kilo ohm, and Ci = 5 pF.
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following table: - -
f(Hz) 10 102 103 104 105 106 107
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clearly label the magnitude frequency
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4. A voltage amplifier has the transfer function

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Using the Bode plots for low-pass and high-pass STC networks, sketch a Bode plot
for |Av|. Give approximate values for the gain magnitude at f = 10 Hz, 102 Hz, 103
Hz, 104 Hz, 105Hz, 106 Hz, and 107 Hz. Find the bandwidth of the amplifier (defined
as the frequency range over which the gain remains within 3 dB of the maximum
value).

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## 6. Figure 4 shows two transconductance amplifiers connected in a special

configuration. Find v0 in terms of v1 and v2. Let gm = 100 mA/V and R = 5 kilo ohm. If
vx = v2 = 1 V, find the value of v0. Also, find va for the case v1 = 1.01 V and v2 = 0.99 V.
(Note: This circuit is called a differential amplifier. A particular type of differential
amplifier known as an operational amplifier will be studied later on).

Figure 4