Here i took some random values So please suggest me values for the resistors as well as the for the voltage sources for transistor to act as amplifer
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You need to learn about the voltage-current behaviors of bipolar transistors. Such as this
In that plot, the highest voltage is 12 volts, the highest current is 4+ milliAmps. This circuit will provide that
NOtice the two small circuits to left of the transistor.
The first circuit has just a variable resistor (an potentiometer, or voltage divider) and a 100Kohm resistor to define the current into the base. Use that circuit to measure the I-V plot of your own first transistor (even works for some MOSFETS, but a 2N3904 or 2N2222 are bipolars).
The 2nd circuit is an amplifier, small-signal, self-biasing for a large and relatively low-distortion output voltage swing.
Rout will be that 3Kohm collector resistor, in parallel with the slope of your collector-I-V-lines you get from using the first circuit.
The voltage gain should be 3,000 / (26/2) = 3000 / 13 = 210X.
You'll get lots of distortion, if your input is larger than just a couple milliVolts. (read about linearizing-an-amplifier, for more advanced design).
The input resistance will be that 150Kohm, inparallel with the base resistance in the small-signal model, whichis beta * 1/gm, fo rthis circuit we'll use beta=100 * (26/2) = only 1,300 ohms.
Output bandwidth (speed, frequency response) will be 10 pF and 3K ohms, or 30 nanoSeconds; or about 5MegaHertz, suitable for an untuned AM radio amplifier. Or for audio. Or for video.