# Lab1_Prelab - Prelab 1 Introduction to SPICE Name Lab...

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Prelab 1: Introduction to SPICE Name: Lab Section: 1. Before you begin, you will need some instructions on how to run and use HSPICE. We have a tutorial that contains instructions for both the Windows and UNIX versions of HSPICE. The tutorial also includes a number of examples to help you get started. HSPICE Tutorial 2. Figure 1 shows a network of resistors and a capacitor. Derive the transfer functions, v x /v s and v y /v s (as functions of ). There is additional space on the next page for you to show your work. Hint: The voltage divider equation will help in this analysis. - v s + 1 Ω 0 . 999 kΩ 1 kΩ + v x - 1 μ F 1 kΩ + v y - Figure 1: Circuit to simulate for the prelab 1

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v x v s = v y v s = 3. Using the transfer functions you just derived, create Bode plots (magnitude and phase) for v x /v s and v y /v s . Please put the magnitude and phase plots on the same graph for each respective transfer function and also, label your plots by indicating which curve is the magnitude and which is the phase. Note: If you need a review of Bode plots, please read the Bode Plot Tutorial.
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## This note was uploaded on 04/06/2009 for the course ECSE 2050 taught by Professor Monahella during the Spring '08 term at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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