4902C2009hw0

4902C2009hw0 - EE4902 C2009 HW Set 0 Due in class Tuesday...

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EE4902 C2009 HW Set 0 Due in class Tuesday January 20. To make life easier on the graders: Be sure your NAME and ECE MAILBOX NUMBER are prominently displayed on the upper right of what you hand in. When appropriate, indicate answers with a box or underline Work as neatly as possible 1. [EE2011 refresher] For the circuit shown in Figure 1a below, a) find the V t and R t of the Thevenin equivalent for the circuit inside the dotted box. b) Sketch the Thevenin equivalent circuit, being sure to indicate numerical values for V t and R t c) As shown in Figure 1b, a load resistor R L = 2k Ω is added to the circuit of Figure 1a. Determine the indicated load voltage V L and current i L Figure 1a. Figure 1b. 6k 1k 6k 2k 6k 1k 6k
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2. [EE2011 refresher] In the figure below, use superposition to find voltage v 1 . 10k 200 µ A 10k
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3. [EE2201 Microelectronics I refresher] This problem concerns the circuit shown below. You have already performed an experiment on the "mystery component" in the box and determined that the output current I O depends only on V IN . Your measured V-I data points are given in the table: V IN [V] I O [mA] 0.0 0.00 1.0 0.00
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2009 for the course ECE 4902 taught by Professor Mcneill during the Spring '01 term at WPI.

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4902C2009hw0 - EE4902 C2009 HW Set 0 Due in class Tuesday...

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