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    Experimentation with BJT Ampilfiers and Emitter Follower

    Nvis 6542

    Product Description

    BJT Experimentation with Amplifiers and Emitter follower Nvis 6542 is a unique product designed to explain the role of BJTs as Single Stage/Multistage RC-coupled Amplifiers and as a Common Collector Emitter Followers. One of the most common method for coupling two stages of an amplifier is RC-coupling. RC-coupled amplifiers have the advantage of wide frequency response and a relatively small cost and size.

    Darlington Transistors are circuits that combine two bipolar transistors in a single device such that high Current Gain (b) is obtained and lesser space is required than that used by two discrete transistors. Nvis 6542 is useful for students In plotting the Frequency vs. Gain Response of BJTs and in the measurement of parameters such as Bandwidth, Input Impedance etc.

    Nvis 6542, Experimentation with BJT Ampilfiers and Emitter Follower is an ideal platform to enhance education, training, skills & development amongs our young minds.

    Product Features

    • Easy illustration of Multistage Amplifier and Emitter Follower
    • In built Sine Wave Generator with variable frequency and amplitude
    • In built DC power supply
    • Online product tutorial
    Scope of Learning
    • To study the operation of single stage and multi stage RC–Coupled amplifier
    • To plot the frequency response of RC–Coupled amplifier
    • To calculate the current gain and input impedance of Darlington pair and b of a transistor
    • To calculate the voltage gain of Darlington pair using voltage divider biasing