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Unformatted text preview: Homework 3 Solutions  ECE 202  Spring 2008 HW SET 3  PSpice  Part A (TRAN) * * We have a source with a sum of two sinusoidal functions. * This source is between node (1) and (0) of the circuit: * VS 1 0 ( (SIN(0 100 60 0M 0 90)) + (SIN(0 20 180 0M 0 90)) ) * However, we get an "Error" message if we use * the above line in PSpice. * Hence, we present this source by two separate sources * in series. * * Also, here is the syntax for the SIN function * * SIN (<DC offset> <amplitude> <frequency> * <time delay> <damping factor> <phase shift>) * VS1 1 5 SIN(0 100 060 0M 0 90) VS2 5 0 SIN(0 020 180 0M 0 90) RS 1 2 001 L1 2 3 001 L2 3 4 001 C 3 0 014U Rout 4 0 100 .PROBE * * .TRAN command syntax: * .TRAN <print step value> <final time value> * +[noprint value [step ceiling value]] * .TRAN 100U 200M 00M 100U .END HW SET 3  PSpice  Part A (TRAN) Temperature: 27.0 Page 1T ime: 17:08:57 (A) HW_3_TRAN (active) Time 0s 50ms 100ms 150ms 200ms V(4) V(1)200V100V 0V 100V 200V HW SET 3  PSpice  Part A (TRAN)...
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course ECE 202 taught by Professor Radha during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.
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