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Laboratory Report Cover Sheet DeVry University College of Engineering and Information Sciences Course Number: ECET110 Professor: Laboratory Number: Laboratory Title: Network Circuit Analysis Submittal Date: Objectives: 1. To troubleshoot a complex circuit and determine various currents and voltages using mesh analysis . 2. To simulate the complex circuit in MultiSim and record the required quantities. 3. To determine the various currents and voltages after wiring the circuit. Results: The results are underneath or see below. Conclusions: My prediction on the circuit characteristics using mesh analysis theorem to measure I1, I2, IR1, IR2, IR3, IR4, VR1, VR2, VR3 and VR4 in a circuit with Two Voltage Sources. I have also used multisim to demonstrate how current passes through the circuit when a gate is open closed or shorted out. There were some mistakes in the process of this experiment, however after a few trials; my digits for the results became more accurate to the given value.

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• Fall '11
• Hunter
• Voltage drop, Matthew Quinones

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