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In The CE mode single stage amplifier, when the ac signal is used as an input, the emitter in the transistor is subjected to repeated forward and reverse biasing, then how does the transistor reproduces the amplified ac signals as output since the emitter-base junction should always be forward biased ? How does the transistor actually work under this condition ? I hope for a quick reply. I'm impressed with your present service.
Re: How does a CE mode single stage transistor used as an amplifier ?
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