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Old 23rd February 2010, 08:02 PM   #1
oleoleo2 is offline oleoleo2  Denmark
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Hello someone hopefully!

I am not so experienced with analog unlinear electronics, so I hope someone can help me out getting started. I would like to build a MOSFET amp-stage (that later can be used in a guitar stompbox).

I have some N channel MOSFETS (BS170), breadboard, powersupply, a bunch of resistors and capacitors, powersupply. I have read quite a bunch of theory on the subject but I am stil not sure how to get started and how to use the theory in a practical manner.

What I need is a step by step recipe of a way to build it, think I got the formulas, but I'm not sure which values to start with from the datasheet etc. (http://www.ucm.es/info/electron/labo...nica/BS170.pdf). I guess it should have a gain at about 10 times.

Hope someone can help!
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