Lab 8 Take Home Assignment

# Lab 8 Take Home Assignment - ECE 207 Lab 8 Take Home...

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ECE 207 Lab 8 Take Home Assignment PSPICE ANALYSIS OF ECE207L CIRCUITS Using the experience and data you gathered from Labs 1-7 and PSPICE analyze the following circuits. Remember this assignment is worth 17 points and I am expecting you to put some effort in to get full credit. DUE NOVEMBER 29

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Enter the schematic into PSPICE, simulate it then use the bias voltage and current displays to determine the voltage at each of the nodes as well as the current above. + - 5 VDC + v R1 (t) - + v R2 (t ) - Consider the voltage divider circuit below: 1.5 k 1k Take Home Assignment-Page 1 + v R3 (t) - 2.5 k 1 I R5 (t) i R2 (t ) i R3 (t ) + v R4 (t) - 500 i R4 (t ) + v R5 (t) - 1k 2 I R1 (t) Bias Current Display Bias Voltage Display 1: Verify your results make sense by comparing them with either your lab results or calculated results. Attach your PSPICE circuit with BIAS VOLTAGE AND CURRENT DISPLAYS ENABLED and a Comparison Table (3 POINTS) Simulate
Enter the schematic into PSPICE and use the bias voltage and current display to determine the voltage at each of the nodes as well as all of the currents listed above.

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• Fall '07
• talsma
• Voltage divider, Resistor, 2k, 1K, 1.5K, 2.5 k

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