ADEQUATE BANDPASS is accomplished by optimum coupling in the rf transformer or by the use
of a SWAMPING RESISTOR.
NEUTRALIZATION in an rf amplifier provides feedback (usually positive) to overcome the
effects caused by the base-to-collector interelectrode capacitance.
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Q1. THROUGH Q42.
The difference between the upper and lower frequency limits of an amplifier.
The half-power points of a frequency-response curve. The upper and lower limits of the band f
frequencies for which the amplifier is most effective.
(A) f2 = 80 kHz, f1 = 30 kHz, BW = 50 kHz (B) f2 = 4 kHz, f1 = 2 kHz, BW = 2 kHz
The capacitance and inductance of the circuit and the interelectrode capacitance of the transistor.
Negative (degenerative) feedback.
The capacitance of the circuit.
The relationship of the components to the output-signal path.
The coupling capacitor (C3).