A Common Emitter RC Coupled Amplifier is an electronic circuit used to amplify signals. It consists of transistors and resistors, which are connected so that the signal from one stage is amplified by the next. The amplifier adjusts the current flowing through each transistor to control its output level, providing greater amplification when needed and less when not required. This type of amplifier is commonly used to increase small signals from microphones or other devices before they are sent out for further processing. A Common Emitter RC Coupled Amplifier is an amplifier with a common emitter connection in which the input signal is coupled through a circuit consisting of resistance and capacitance. This type of circuit is often used in RF, optical fiber, and control systems. Easily recreate similar elaborated diagrams using the free template and systems provided by EdrawMax.