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## The transconductance of a B.J.T.is 5mS (gm) while a 2KΩ (Rl) load resistance is connected to the C.E. stage. Neglecting Early effect, what is the Miller multiplication factor for the input side? |

A. | 21 |

B. | 11 |

C. | 20 |

D. | 0 |

Answer» B. 11 | |

Explanation: the miller multiplication factor for the input side of a c.e. stage is (1+av). |

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