Amplifier types and functions

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In this task I will successfully explain the operation of the Class A amplifier and the Class B amplifier. Class A 3086100488950Firstly the Class A amplifier is the most common and simplest form of power amplifier that uses a transistor in the standard common emitter circuit configuration. The transistor is always biased ON so that it conducts during one complete cycle of the input signal waveform

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analogue electronics assignment on amplifiersAssignment 2 Amplifier types and functionsTask 1In this task I will successfully explain the operation of the Class A amplifier and the Class B amplifier. Class A3086100488950Firstly the Class A amplifier is the most common and simplest form of power amplifier that uses a transistor in the standard common emitter circuit configuration. The transistor is always biased ON so that it conducts during one complete cycle of the input signal waveform. This means then that theClass A Amplifierarrangement is ideal because there can be no cros

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