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Feedback techniques and methods-
There are two types of feedback circuit
- Voltage feedback
- Current feedback
In this method the voltage is feedback to the input of an amplifier and its proportional to the output voltage.
- Voltage series feedback
- Voltage shunt feedback
Current feedback circuit
On this method the voltage is feedback to the input of an amplifier and its proportional to the current.
- Current series feedback
- Current shunt feedback circuit
Effect of feedback on output impedance
- Due to negative voltage feedback
- Due to negative current feedback
Lets suppose that a amplifier of gain A and output resistance Ro is shown in fig A. To find the output impedance input signal is supposed to be zero as follows-
Thus Ro= Vo’ / Io’
(From figure B) without feedback
Now -βVo’ fraction of output voltage is feedback to the input terminal (negative sign shows negative feedback)
Thus, Vf= -βVo’ = Vi’ …(1)
From fig C voltage output terminals,
Vo’ = Io’Ro – Aβ Vo’
Vo’ (1+ Aβ) = Io’ Ro
And, Vo’/ Io’ = Ro/(1+ Aβ) = Ro’
Hence, Ro’ = Ro/ 1+ Aβ
Consequently by above equation we can say that
Ro’ < Ro.
Voltage and feedback current circuit
1) voltage feedback series input circuit/ emitter follower amplifier
Fig A is equivalent to above circuit with the help of h-parameter is as follows
Vs = Rs Ii + hie Ii
Vs = Ii ( Rs + hie) …(1)
Vo = Re hfe Ii …(2)
Put value of Ii from equation 1,
Vo= Re hfe Vs/ ( Rs+ hie) …(3)
Gain of amplifier without feedback is,
A= Vo/ Vs
A= Re hfe Vs/ Vs ( Rs+ hie)
And, A= Re hfe / ( Rs+ hie). ..(4)
We know that feedback voltage,
Vf = βVo = Vo
I.e., β = 1
1) Voltage gain
We know that,
Af = A/ (1+ Aβ)
(∴ for negative feedback)
Af= Re hfe / ( Rs+ hie)(1+ Re hfe/ Rs+ hie)
And hence, Af = Re hfe / ( Rs+hie+ Re hfe)
If Rs + hie < hfe Re
Af ≈ 1
2) Input resistance
From equation 1,
(Without feedback) Ri= Vs/ Ii = (Rs + hie)
But we know input resistance with feedback is,
Ri’ = Ri (1+ Aβ)
Ri’ / (1+ Re hfe/ Rs+ hie) = (Rs+ hie)
And, Ri’ = (Rs+ hie) (1+ Re hfe/ Rs+ hie)
Ri’ = (Rs+ hie+ Re hfe)
3) Output resistance-
For output resistance input signals are set to zero and Re is used as load resistance and for the determination of output voltage RL →∞ that means output terminals are open.
So that without feedback output resistance is taken as Ro≈ Re.
And with feedback output resistance,
Ro’ = Ro/ 1+ Aβ
Ro’ =lim Re→∞ Re/ 1+ Aβ
Ro’=lim Re→∞ Re hfe/ 1+Re hfe/ Rs+ hie
Ro’ = lim Re→∞ Re +hfe/ (hfe+(Re+ hie)/ Re)
Ro’=( Rs + hie) / hfe
Emitter follower circuit.
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