Calculate the voltage gain, low and high break frequencies, Electrical Engineering

Using the BC548B BJT transistor amplifier biasing circuit of Lab 2 build an amplifier with the voltage gain of  |AV| = 30 v/v ± = 10%. Measure all necessary parameters of the amplifier (as per deliverables) for three separate cases: unbypassed resistor Re, fully bypassed resistor Re, and partly bypassed resistor Re.

Deliverables:

a.) Show the proposed amplifier circuit and your hand calculations of the voltage gain, Low and High break frequencies as well as input/output resistance.

b.) Show the amplifier circuit in PSpice that you have used to evaluate the output resistance of your amplifier. 

c.) Show the actual frequency response of your amplifier using NI ELVIS.

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