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We will end our discussion of amplification by discussing partial circuits. Oftentimes you will need to design a circuit which connects to another circuit, either powering it or receiving power from it. For instance, in the amplification circuits from Chapter 25, the outputs were connected to a speaker. They could also be connected to another amplifier or to a stomp box (a device to modulate the incoming signal in some way) or a recording circuit.
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We haven’t talked about current sources much in this book. However, for completeness, I should note that if you have a current source, you should replace it with an open circuit (i.e., a gap in the wire) when calculating Thévenin resistance.
- Examining Partial Circuits
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