Added by R D Gavin on Dec 15, 2008
This model shows a transistor amplifier connected to a tuned circuit. Altering the frequency of the signal generator shows that the amplifier gives its best response for an input with a specific frequency, the resonant frequency. The effect on the resonant frequency of altering the value of the capacitor or inductor can also be investigated.
This item teaches:
- about transistors
- about capacitors
- about simple transistor amplifiers
- about the resonant frequency in a tuned circuit
- the effect of altering the value of a capacitor or inductor on the resonant frequency in a tuned amplifier
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