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Why RC coupling very popular

Why RC coupling very popular

Why is RC coupling very popular


The RC coupling is very popular due to two basic reasons :


(I) It employs inexpensive resistors and capacitors.

(2) It provides constant voltage gain over the audio-frequency range.

RC Coupled

A Resistance Capacitance (RC) Coupled Amplifier is essentially a multi-organize enhancer circuit widely utilized in electronic circuits. Here the individual phases of the enhancer are associated together utilizing a resistor-capacitor mix because of which it bears its name as RC Coupled.

Focal points of RC Coupled Amplifier

  1. Shabby, prudent, and minimized as it utilizes just resistors and capacitors.

  2. Offers a consistent addition over a wide recurrence band.

  3. Hindrances of RC Coupled Amplifier

Unsatisfactory for low-recurrence intensification.

  1. Low voltage and power gain as the compelling burden opposition (and thus the increase) is diminished because of the way that the contribution of each stage exhibits low protection from its next stage.

  2. Dampness delicate, making them boisterous as time passes.

  3. Poor impedance coordinating as it has the yield impedance a few times bigger than the gadget at its end-terminal (for instance, a speaker on account of an open location framework).

  4. Thin transfer speed when contrasted with JFET speaker.

Uses of RC Coupled Amplifier

  1. RF Communications.

  2. Optical Fiber Communications.

  3. Open location frameworks as pre-enhancers.

  4. Controllers.

  5. Radio or TV Receivers as little sign enhancers.

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