Evaluate a single-stage transistor amplifier, Electrical Engineering

Design and using Pspice, evaluate a single-stage transistor amplifier amplifier to meet the following specifications:

* Power supply - 12V dc. ·

*Voltage gain - 120 when Vin = 1kHz sine wave OF 50 mV peak-peak.

*Bandwidth- 500 Hz to 20 kHz. P3d.

1b.Compare the following measured results with theoretical calculated values.

i.  DC bias voltages

ii. DC currents at the base, emitter and collector.

iii. Voltage gain of the amplifier

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