20081ee10_1_ee10_hw6 - EE10 Homework 6 Due at the start of...

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EE10 Homework 6 – Due Feb 29 2008 at the start of class. Problems: 5.25, 5.35 (with PSPICE simulation), 6.34, 6.44, 7.2, 7.15, 7.16 (Read Section 6.5 pages 207-212) For Internation Edition users, the problems have been scanned and posted to the handout section. Problem 5.35 Simulation Guide: 1. Enter the following schematic to Capture. Instructions on how to enter the OPAMP and PARAMETERS: blocks are on the following pages. Note that we’ve also added a 500k Ω resistor as the input resistance of the OPAMP. This also serves to avoid floating node errors at vp . 2. Add the opamp to the schematic by Add Part OPAMP (from the ANALOG library).
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Modify the supply voltages by double-clicking on the opamp you placed in your schematic. Scroll to the right, and edit the VNEG and VPOS fields to -9 and +9 respectively. 3. Note the resistor in the schematic has a value {RLOAD} . This tells PSPICE that is a variable in the circuit. To netlist this, we also need to add the PARAM part from the SPECIAL library.
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Double-clicking on the PARAM part brings up the Property Editor. Right-clicking on any cell
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