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### lab3_vreg_quiz_A_solution

Course: ECE 327, Fall 2009
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Instructor Table Name: number: Solution ECE 327: Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory I Lab 3: Voltage Regulators Quiz A (10 points) Description. This quiz tests your comprehension of what youve read on voltage regulators. Complete this quiz with closed book and closed notes. Problem Q3-1: Zener diode regulators 1. On the axes below, plot an approximate iZ,forward -vs-vZ,forward for the Zener diode shown...

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Part Pin-outsLab 3: Voltage Regulators ECE 327: Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory ICathode (-)For conventional forward current iZ : &quot;CCD&quot; - &quot;Cathode Current Departs&quot; &quot;ACE&quot; - &quot;Anode Current Enters&quot;-iZ(+) AnodeZener: 1N4731: 1N5229: 1N751:vZ
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