Ee40su08Report2 - been calculated in your prelab Theory Actual V TH I SC R TH 6 Steps 9-13 Original Thevenin Norton V I V I V I 220 1.2k 2.2k 7

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Name:_____________________ Student ID:_____________________ Name:_____________________ Student ID:_____________________ Section:_____________________ Date:_____________________ UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY EE40 Summer 2008 Lab 2 Equivalent Circuits Report Equivalent Resistor Networks 1) Step1: Max Current through resistor network:_______________________ 2) Step 2: Resistance across A and B . Theory: _______ Measured: _______ 3) Step 3: V AB I
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4) Step 5: V AB I 5) Steps 6, 7, and 8, measure V TH , I SC , and R TH . The theoretical values should have
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Unformatted text preview: been calculated in your prelab. Theory Actual V TH : I SC : R TH : 6) Steps 9-13 Original Thevenin Norton V I V I V I 220. 1.2k. 2.2k. 7) Steps 14 - 16. What is the frequency of the output wave between terminal C and D Note the differences, if any, between the input and output wave forms What can be said about the relationship of the input and output wave forms when a sinusoidal signal is passed through a purely restistive network. 8) Step 17. 9.) Steps 18 & 19. Theory Measured R eq Current A-D D-C D-G...
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This note was uploaded on 07/02/2008 for the course EE 40 taught by Professor Chang-hasnain during the Summer '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Ee40su08Report2 - been calculated in your prelab Theory Actual V TH I SC R TH 6 Steps 9-13 Original Thevenin Norton V I V I V I 220 1.2k 2.2k 7

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