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2. In a common-collector amplifier, the emitter always connected to

Question : 2. In a common-collector amplifier, the emitter always connected to : 2053958

2. In a common-collector amplifier, the emitter is always connected to ground.

3. One of the advantages of an emitter follower is its high output impedance.

4. It is very difficult to get a small output impedance with a common-collector amplifier.

5. An emitter follower can act as a buffer between the high output impedance of a common-emitter amplifier and a low resistance load.

 

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