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hello...can someone tell me what do you mean by feedback circuit biasing?

thanx

Grumpy_Mike

Context?

Feedback - taking a bit of the output and putting it in the input.
Bias - adding an offset or small DC voltage to a signal.


dxw00d


Where did you even see this term?


I think he's still trying to do his homework assignment.

oric_dan

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I think he's still trying to do his homework assignment.


Final Exam

1. Compare and contrast voltage-current and current-voltage feedback biasing. Give an
    example of each.

2. Compare and contrast voltage-voltage and current-current feedback biasing. Give an
    example of each.

Grumpy_Mike

Bias is my wife's favrout word, when we are out its bias this and bias that.

retrolefty


Bias is my wife's favrout word, when we are out its bias this and bias that.


Well at least you get a warning, All I get is "I biased this and biased us that, can you bring them in, there out in the car."


Lefty

oric_dan

FWIW, today I snuck the creditcard from the purse, and biased a christmas present for the
wife, the complete package, and the feedback is yet to come,

http://www.pololu.com/catalog/product/1418


retrolefty


FWIW, today I snuck the creditcard from the purse, and biased a christmas present for the
wife, the complete package, and the feedback is yet to come,

http://www.pololu.com/catalog/product/1418




Way to go, she is sure to know that you love her now!

Lefty

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