Hmwrk+8 - i that varies in the range-1,1 You want the...

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DUE ON MARCH 13 th , FRIDAY 1] Compute V o as a function of V i , for a) R 1 = 10k, R 2 = 0; b) R 1 = 0, R 2 = 10k; c) R 1 = 7.5k, R 2 = 2.5k; d) R 1 = 5k, R 2 = 5k; e) R 1 = 2.5k, R 2 = 7.5k. 2] The input voltage is V i = 8sin(2 π t). Plot V o (t), V c (t) and V i (t) in the same graph, in the interval 0 t 2. What are the values of V c ? 3] You have an input signal V
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Unformatted text preview: i that varies in the range [-1,1]. You want the following output signal: V o = 10UnitStep(V i ) V i . Design a circuit that generates V o (V i ) (if V i ≥ 0, UnitStep(V i ) = 1; if V i < 0, UnitStep(V i ) = 0). 10k V i 10k + − R 1 R 2 V o V o 50k V i +10V V c...
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