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Unformatted text preview: Problem Set 6 ‘ In the circuit diagrammed below: a) Determine which diodes are on and which are off. EE 2001 Fall 2008 b) Calculate in for each diode that is on assuming mm = 0 volts. 0) Calculate iD for each diode that is on assuming V110“ = 0.6 volts. +4 volts. 0 A) a? 1009 A D1 / 1009 v D2 ¢ F 1009 0? lo) [D V ;:—4//:20M/4 goo xv C> l'7/M//l 3H 102. '2. .- a O- 6 0200 100 : [7m— 6m ‘2 D1 and D2 are Light Emitting Diodes (LEDS). They are used in this circuit to indicate whether the voltage V1 has reached critical levels. (Treat D1 and D2 as ideal diodes.) a) For what values of V1 will D1 be on? For what values of V1 will D2 be on? b) Calculate the zener current when Vl = 40 volts. V1 + 15 Hint: The zener diode is always in zenering mode. SkQ le 1 kg 1 kg 5 volt zener ﬁ> :P/‘Ij/lqygjLoj/tﬁé.’ V.{L>Z{VMPVCZOV H<+SI< ’ 1;: lg,7m/I 1009 Sketch the transfer curve vo —vs -—vi for the clipper circuit diagrammed below. Label the slopes and the voltage at any corners. Assume V110,, = 0.6 volts and VZerler = 2.4 volts I I I I I J I I I I I I I I I I I lllllllllllllll. J_-__-_J.___.._._ ______.1_--_--1______ __:_/r "12-." L___-__|..._____ l'""""'l“"‘“" L-___—-L..._-_-_ I I I I l l L_-___-L______ Design clipper circuits to produce the input-output relationships shown. Assume ideal diodes with VD,on = 0 20 I T___ i 2Q_4___ l _.___L____ w’oy lav A IOV ...
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