# Project3 - ECE 211 Fall 2009 Circuit Analysis I Virtual Lab...

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ECE 211 Fall 2009 Circuit Analysis I Virtual Lab 1 (due Friday October 30, 2009, at the beginning of lecture) Objectives In this lab, you will learn how to create simple schematics in PSpice, run a DC bias analysis, and interpret the results. Required Output For each problem, you should submit: a schematic print out with node voltages and currents (from analysis) labeled; and a printout of the analysis output file (.out text file). Instructions 1) Follow example 1.1 in your PSpice Lab Manual ( PSpice for Linear Circuits, 2/e , by James A. Svoboda). Do this at least one week before the lab is due. 2) A quick reference is provided below to help you remember key steps after you have completed example 1.1. a. To get parts for your schematic go to Place Part. b. To wire parts together, go to Place Wire. c. To change resistor values, voltages, etc., double click on the part’s value. d. To change/view the properties of a part, double click on it.

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• Resistor, The Circuit, Thévenin's theorem, Norton's theorem

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