External link to . Using the data from problem 7-18, find the amplifier output signal, assuming that the signal…

. Using the data from problem 7-18, find the amplifier output signal, assuming that the signal…

. Using the data from problem 7-18, find the amplifier output signal, assuming that the signal source develops an open-circuit output of 1 V peak-to-peak and has a characteristic impedance of 10 k_. (7-4) problem 7-18 . Refer to Fig. 7-28. VCC is 15 V, RL is 1.2 k_, RB1 is 22 k_, RB2 is 4.7 k_, RE is 470 _, and _ is 150. Find […]

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1. The differential input of an amplifier is 150 mV, and the output is 9 V. What is the differential

1. The differential input of an amplifier is 150 mV, and the output is 9 V. What is the differential gain of the amplifier? (9-1) 2. . In using the same amplifier as in question 9-7, it is noted that a 2-V common-mode signal is reduced to 50 mV in the output. What is the CMRR? (9-1)

External link to Another length of the optical fiber described in Problem 4.8 is found to break at 1%strain. The…

Another length of the optical fiber described in Problem 4.8 is found to break at 1%strain. The…

Another length of the optical fiber described in Problem 4.8 is found to break at 1%strain. The failure is due to a single dominant elliptical crack. Estimate the depth of this crack. Problem 4.8 Explain how the Griffith theory is developed in order to predict the fracture stress of an optical fiber with an elliptical crack. Silica has a Young’s modulus of 9 × 1010 […]

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Briefly describe the two processes by which light can be emitted from an atom. Discuss the…

Briefly describe the two processes by which light can be emitted from an atom. Discuss the requirement for population inversion in order that stimulated emission may dominate over spontaneous emission. Illustrate your answer with an energylevel diagram of a common nonsemiconductor laser.

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The Fresnel reflection coefficient at a fiber core of refractive index n 1 is given approximately…

The Fresnel reflection coefficient at a fiber core of refractive index n1 is given approximately from the classical Fresnel formulas by where n is the refractive index of the surrounding medium.  (a) Estimate the optical loss due to Fresnel reflection at a fiber core from GaAs each of which have refractive indices of 1.5 and 3.6 respectively.  (b) Calculate the optical power coupled into a […]

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