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NCSU honor code. Signature VJV) D 10 20 ‘ [(#5) 10 l. The voltage across a 9K0 resistor is plotted above. a. Determine the voltage that would be recorded on a voltmeter in the DC mode? 5ts>+£40>00>+mw> “E. , ’
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\Ic) c ’ 5 v. ‘ l \/w\ R d. Determine the current that would be recorded on an ameter in the AC mode? :KMs I VKmS/Q : [lit/56% MR “' /?> MR e. Calculate the power delivered to the 9K resistor. P;m: ﬁng; K l 9K0 Vy=2V 2. Given the input to the half wave rectiﬁer shown above, d 3 k) a. Plot the voltage across the diode and solve for the RMS value of this voltage. A Calming
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. ' r :_ M; ’\(\ «full 0. Plot the instantaneous power delivered to the diode. d. Calculate the real power absorbed by the diode. P: {DOCS ": VWAVK) 4 3. Answer the following independent questions: 21) Given: v(t) = 20cos(500nt + n/3) V and i(t) = 3cos(500nt  713/6) mA Determine the real power delivered to the load. 3 ,_<T\'TV
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c) Given: i(t) = 3 + 2cos(2000nt  7r/3) mA is the current ﬂowing through a 2K9 resistor
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P 1 :Rm5 R :Rms K P ;: (1) Given: v(t) = 8cos(20007rt + n/6) V is the voltage across a 20uF capacitor Calculate the real power delivered to the capacitor. 9V ‘9: 3 TV/: %‘\i\ce Cat? Lood :3 9:0 4. From the oscilloscope display (top signal) and power spectrum (bottom signal) of the
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to get from the time domain or freq. domain representation of the signal. \{Kms : 5V Ennoﬁ ‘33“: L‘S Z : lg' [h d. Determine the power in the 5 harmonic in Watts. »—3 PS: “godEUO : \O ..
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2008 for the course ECE 200 taught by Professor Escuti during the Summer '07 term at N.C. State.
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