Oscillateur a base du transistor émetteur Commun

En utilisant le schéma équivalent du transistor émetteur Commun établir le schéma en petits signaux de l'oscillateur avec comme entrée la tension sur la grille et comme sortie la tension aux bornes de c1 on négligera l'influence de R1

by Pinwaza
April 05, 2023

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by vanderghast
April 06, 2023

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