10.32 Consider a current-source-loaded common-emitter amplifier. Let the amplifier be fed with an ideal voltage source Vi. Assume that the load current source has a very high resistance and that there is a capacitance CL present between the output node and ground. This capacitance represents the sum of the input capacitance of the subsequent stage and the inevitable parasitic capacitance between collector and ground. Show that the voltage gain is given by

10.32 Consider a current-source-loaded common-emitter amplifier. Let the amplifier be fed with an ideal voltage source Vi. Assume that the load current source has a very high resistance and that there is a capacitance CL present between the output node and ground. This capacitance represents the sum of the input capacitance of the subsequent stage and the inevitable parasitic capacitance between collector and ground. Show that the voltage gain is given by

10.32 Consider a current-source-loaded common-emitter amplifier. Let the amplifier be fed with an ideal voltage source Vi. Assume that the load current source has a very high resistance and that there is a capacitance CL present between the output node and ground. This capacitance represents the sum of the input capacitance of the subsequent stage and the inevitable parasitic capacitance between collector and ground. Show that the voltage gain is given by

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