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In Reply to: RE: Read what? posted by Naz on March 21, 2017 at 04:56:54:
I agree with your points but Victor said,
"For those who believe that no feedback is better than any feedback, you can reduce the gain by reducing the plate resistor value. Gain directly depends on it."
I was just pointing, without resorting to feedback, lowering the gain of a stage by reducing the value of the plate resistor is not a practical solution. And simply reducing the value of the plate resistor does not lower the gain of the stage to any appreciable amount.
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Topic - Changing the Gain - TomWh 07:08:49 03/16/17 (15)
- RE: Changing the Gain - Tre' 07:42:08 03/19/17 (0)
- RE: Changing the Gain - Naz 05:03:42 03/18/17 (8)
- RE: Changing the Gain - Victor Khomenko 09:55:53 03/18/17 (7)
- RE: Changing the Gain - Tre' 19:40:52 03/18/17 (6)
- RE: Changing the Gain - twystd 23:11:27 03/17/17 (0)
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- Agreed - Tre' 07:46:03 03/21/17 (0)