The Common Emitter RC, or Coupled Amplifier Circuit, is an amplifier circuit composed of resistors and capacitors used to amplify an input signal which is applied at its base. This circuit consists of a common emitter transistor amplifier with resistors (R1 and R2) and capacitors (C1 and C2) connected in series to the emitter, base, and collector of the transistor. The output voltage is then obtained via the collector. This type of amplifier circuit produces a moderate voltage gain with low delay time, making it suitable for applications that require both amplification and time delay. A common emitter RC coupled amplifier circuit is made up of multiple stages of resistors and capacitors that work together to amplify electronic signals. This type of amplifier is widely used in various electronic circuits and aids in amplifying small signals and converting them into larger ones. Easily recreate similar elaborated diagrams using the free template and systems provided by EdrawMax.