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# week01post - ECE 3150 Spring 2009 Week 1 Recitation...

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ECE 3150 Spring 2009 Week 1 Recitation Showing “Silicon Run” DVD (45 mins, Xiaoyang has the DVD) Answering questions about the movie and in general for the class (10 mins) Going through the following problems in an interactive style you choose (20 mins). If you cannot finish, you can leave Probs. 4 and 5 to the next time. 1. For Fig. 1.7, ask the students to do V oc (open-circuit voltage) and I sc (short-circuit current) for the Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits. Make sure those two are the same from the observation point, and the source impedance is always V oc /I sc for the linear circuits, regardless of the topology. Simple, but ensure the method and equivalence. 2. Work out the Thevenin equivalent circuit at V o for the following circuits: Work progressively from the left to right. Notice that the Thevenin source becomes smaller and smaller. 3. Use the idea of V oc /I sc and source splitting to find the current at R 4 , V out , and the impedance at V out .

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