Bridge Rectifier in LTspice

A Bridge rectifier is a type of full-wave rectifier in which a center-tapped transformer is not used. It converts both halves of each cycle of an alternating signal into a pulsating signal. A rectifier is an electrical device that converts alternating current or voltage (AC), into direct current or direct voltage(dc). The rectifier is classified into two types. Half-wave … Read more Bridge Rectifier in LTspice

Center Tapped Rectifier in LTspice

A center-tapped rectifier is a type of full-wave rectifier in which a center-tapped transformer is used. It converts both halves of each cycle of an alternating signal into a pulsating signal. A rectifier is an electrical device that converts alternating current or voltage (AC), into direct current or direct voltage(dc). The rectifier is classified into two types. Half wave … Read more Center Tapped Rectifier in LTspice

Half-wave Rectifier Using LTspice

A half-wave rectifier is defined as a type of rectifier that only allows one half-cycle of an AC voltage waveform to pass, blocking the other half-cycle. Half-wave rectifiers are used to convert AC voltage to DC voltage. It is done by using a diode or a group of diodes. A half-wave rectifier uses one diode, while a full-wave rectifier uses … Read more Half-wave Rectifier Using LTspice

Draw Common Emitter Transistor Characteristics Using LTspice

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Initially, before going into the details of common emitter transistor characteristics, we will check the basics first. We know, a transistor has three terminals. Base Emitter Collector You can see the symbol of an NPN transistor in the below image. There are three types of transistor configurations. Common base configuration Common Emitter configuration Common Collector … Read more Draw Common Emitter Transistor Characteristics Using LTspice

How to calculate the Gain and bandwidth of a common emitter amplifier using LTspice

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Calculation of gain in linear scale Voltage Gain of  an amplifier is the ratio of output voltage to the input voltage .i.e Vout / Vin. This post is a continuation of the previous post which explains the frequency response of a common emitter amplifier. You can refer the details like circuit diagram, input and output … Read more How to calculate the Gain and bandwidth of a common emitter amplifier using LTspice