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Subject: help with emitter-follower
Posted by: Douglas Ore
E-mail: doug(dot)ore(at)virgin(dot)net(no spam)
I am hoping that someone out there can help me with this problem.
I am doing a course on digital electronics and due to an illness I missed
some lectures. we have recently had a mock exam and one of the questions was
based on an emitter-follower and, you guessed it, I missed those lectures.if
anyone could have a look at the web site listed below and possible get back
with answers and/or explanations for solving them I would be most grateful.I
will worn you first that there is, to me at least, quite a lot there.I know
it is a lot to ask but I am desperate and our final exam is less than a
month away and I still have quite a lot more study to do on top of getting
the hang of emitter-followers.
thank-you for any and all help
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