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Experiment 4 Datasheet Name:_________________ Section: _________ PSPICE Tutorial: Step 1: Show me your work and have me initial these items as you complete them. Circuit Simulation? Voltage Plot? Current Plot? 5.8 (a) 5.8 (b) 5.8 (c) Results for Circuit of Figure 5.8 (a) Resistor Current Through Voltage Across R1 R2 R3 R4 Results for Circuit of Figure 5.8 (b) Resistor Current Through Voltage Across 2.2 k 3.3 k 4.7 k 10 k 5.6 k Results for Circuit of Figure 5.8 (c) Resistor Current Through Voltage Across 33 k (0.75 V branch) 33 k (1.5 V branch) 120 k What is the voltage at Vo? Step 2: Show me your work and have me initial these items as you complete them. Circuit Input and Output Plot?
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Unformatted text preview: 5.8 with Vsin 5.8 with Vpulse Oscilloscope Training Drill: Exercise 1: Just go through Steps 1 (a – d) and Steps 2 (a – i) completely and make sure that you understand every step. Ask questions as necessary. For Step 2 (j): Waveform 1: A 100 Hz sinusoid with a 1 V offset, a 5 V amplitude, and a 30% duty cycle. Waveform 2: A 2 kHz square wave with a 2 V offset, a 6 V amplitude, and a 50% duty cycle. Show me your work and have me initial these items as you complete them. Waveform Completed? 1 2 Exercise 2: 1 (b): Is the output waveform stable? 1(c): Are the waveforms stable for each step? Explain. 2 (d): What is the phase difference, Ф , (in degrees) between the two sinusoids?...
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