PSPICE Verification

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Unformatted text preview: Tutorial for PSPICE verification of HW6 At first, please understand EX E1, E2( in page 803, 807 of the text book respectively) Here is the PSPICE schematic for the examples. The voltage You can refer to below image to understand meaning of Voff and VAMPL. And the FREQ means the frequency of the input cosine function ( * w in the plot is 2*pi*f ). <Verification > * Green line is input signal and the red line is output signal Try out 3 different values of w in Input source = A * cos(wt). Measure the phase and magnitude of output from PSPICE simulation approximately. See how well it matches your straight line Bode plot prediction <Case 1> When W = 32, the amplitude plot is -0.311dB. This means that there is little attenuation. Also the phase plot is about 0 degree shift. This means that output signal has no phase difference with the input signal. (* You need to insert 32/(2*pi) into the FREQ parameter of the input source) From the simulation, you can see the amplitude of the output is about that of the input and the output signals phase is same with the input. <Case 2>...
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2009 for the course EE EE 110 taught by Professor Gupta during the Spring '09 term at UCLA.

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