When an amplifier is provided with current-shunt feedback, its
An amplifier has an open-loop gain of 1000 and a feedback ratio of 0.04. If the open-loop gain changes by 10% due to temperature, the percentage change in gain of the amplifier with feedback will be
The percentage changeing a in of the amplifier with feed back is
A voltage-series negative feedback amplifier has a voltage gain without feedback of A = 500, input resistance R( = 3 kΩ and feedback ratio p = 0.01. The voltage gain Af and input resistance Rtf of the amplifier with feedback are respectively
For a voltage-series negative feedback amplifier, input resistance with negative feedback is
Assertion (A): The emitter follower inherently exhibits 100% negative feedback.
Reason (R): The emitter follower is an example of voltage-series feedback.
The emitter follower inherently exhibits 100% negative feedback because the voltage at the emitter follows the input voltage. Reason is also a correct statement since the emitter follower simultaneously increases input resistance and decreases output resistance. Hence, both assertion and reason are correct but reason is not the correct explanation of assertion.
For the emitter follower circuit shown below, match List-l with List-ll and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
A. Voltage gain (AV)
B. input resistance (Ri)
C. Current gain (Ai)
D. Output resistance (without feedback)
An amplifier has a mid-band gain of 125 and a bandwidth of 250 kHz. A 4% negative feedback is introduced to obtain a new bandwidth and gain. If the bandwidth is to be restricted to 1 MHz, the feedback ratio will be
Due to negative feedback, bandwidth becomes
Given, BW = 250 kHz
A = 125, BWf = 1 MHz
Let β’ be the feedback ratio required to restrict the bandwidth to 1 MHz.
An amplifier has voltage gain with feedback of 100. If the gain without feedback changes by 20% and the gain with feedback should not vary more than 2%, the values of open loop gain and feedback ratio will be respectively given by
We know that,
Also, gain with feedback is
Match List-l (Type of negative feedback) with List-II (Common names) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
A. Voltage-shunt feedback
B. Current-series feedback
C. Voltage-series feedback
D. Current-shunt feedback
1. Trans-conductance amplifier
2. Current amplifier
3. Trans-resistance amplifier
4. Voltage amplifier
Negative feedback enhances all performance parameters of an amplifier except its
Due to negative feedback, gain of the amplifier is reduced
Shunt mixing is generally easy to identify because it