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```				   Please explain me the working of CE Amplifier
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The Common Emitter Amplifier Circuit

The single stage common emitter amplifier circuit shown above uses what is commonly called "Voltage Divider Biasing". This type of biasing arrangement uses two resistors as a potential divider network and is commonly used  in the design of bipolar transistor amplifier circuits. This method of biasing the transistor greatly   reduces the effects of varying Beta, ( β ) by holding the Base bias at a  constant steady voltage level allowing for best stability. The quiescent Base voltage (Vb) is determined by the potential divider network formed by the two resistors, R1, R2 and the power supply voltage Vcc as shown with the current flowing through both resistors. Then the total resistance RT will be equal to R1 + R2 giving the current as i = Vcc/RT. The voltage level  generated at the junction of resistors R1 and R2 holds the Base  voltage (Vb) constant at a value below the supply voltage. Then the potential divider  network used in the common emitter amplifier circuit divides the input signal in proportion to the resistance.  This bias reference voltage can be easily calculated using the simple voltage divider formula below:

The same supply voltage, (Vcc) also determines the maximum Collector  current, Ic when the transistor is switched fully "ON" (saturation), Vce = 0. The Base current Ib for the transistor is found from the Collector current, Ic and the DC current gain Beta, β of the transistor.

Beta is sometimes referred to as hFE which is the transistors forward current gain in the common emitter configuration. Beta has no units as it is a fixed ratio of the two currents,  Ic and Ib so a small change in the Base current will cause a large change in the Collector current. One final point about Beta. Transistors of the same type and part number will have  large variations in their Beta value for example, the BC107 NPN Bipolar transistor has a DC current gain Beta value of between 110 and 450 (data sheet value) this is because Beta is a characteristic of their construction and not their  operation.
As the Base/Emitter junction is forward-biased, the Emitter voltage, Ve will be one junction voltage drop different to the Base voltage. If the voltage across the Emitter resistor is known  then the Emitter current, Ie can be easily calculated using Ohm's Law. The Collector current,  Ic can be approximated, since it is almost the same value as the Emitter current.
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