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Circuit Theory (ECE/ENGR-2100) SS-2005 Homework #4 Question #1 (Maximum Power) For each of these circuits, find: a) The value of R L for maximum power transfer b) The actual power absorbed by the load R L Question #2 (Maximum Power) For this circuit, find the load resistance RL needed for maximum power transfer, the associated voltage VL, and the power delivered to the load. Question #3 (Maximum Power) For this circuit, find the load resistance R L needed for maximum power transfer, the associated voltage V L , and the power delivered to the load. Question #4 (Maximum Power) For this circuit, find the Norton equivalent for the circuit to the left of R L . Find the value of R L for maximum power transfer. Compute the maximum power that can be absorbed by R L. Answers: 3kΩ, 75mW
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Question #5 (Maximum Power) These circuits have a load resistor R L connected in different ways, for each circuit compute: a) The value of R L that leads to maximum power transfer. b) The voltage across the load
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course ECE 2100 taught by Professor N/a during the Fall '06 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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