Electronics and Communication Engineering - Electronic Devices and Circuits - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Electronic Devices and Circuits - Section 4 (Q.No. 3)
Generally, the gain of a transistor amplifier falls at high frequency due to the
internal capacitance of the device
coupling capacitor at the I/P
skin effect
coupling capacitor at the O/P
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Janki said:   7 years ago
Due to beta and junction capacitance.

Prakash said:   9 years ago
Stray capacitance between closely packed wiring and components can also reduce gain at high frequencies, as well as causing other problems such as instability and oscillation, so the practical upper limit of operation for an amplifier is affected by a number of causes.

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