In the circuit shown transistors Q1 and Q2 are biased at a collector current of 26mA Assuming that transistor current gains are sufficiently large to assume collector current equal to emitter current and thermal voltage of 26 mV the magnitude of voltage gain
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In the circuit shown, transistors Q1 and Q2 are biased at a collector current of 2.6mA. Assuming that transistor current gains are sufficiently large to assume collector current equal to emitter current and thermal voltage of 26 mV, the magnitude of voltage gain

in the mid-band frequency range is _____________ (up to second decimal place).



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