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A signal or power being generated by one system for consumption by another, or a connection for that purpose.

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I've been trying to figure out why the expression for output impedance in a common collector configuration contains a parallel Re emitter resistor. Looking at the classic circuit, it looks as though … the Re resistor is not part of the seen output impedance (similar to the way it isn't in a common emitter configuration) I'm a rather elderly person who has decided to take on myself to self-study …
asked Sep 8 '18 by Sefer