hwk_42_sprg10_05 - expected values with regard to break...

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ECE 3042 Spring 2010 Homework Problem Set No. 5 for Experiment No. 5 Due Week of February 22 1. Use either Cadence or National Instruments SPICE to plot the voltage transfer characteristic V o versus V i for the circuit shown below for 10 V <V i < 10 V . Assume that the op amp is ideal and that each of the four diodes is a 1N4148 (use the PSpice model for the 1N4148 diode). The component values are: V + =15V , V = 15 V , R 1 =2k , R 2 =3k , R 3 =6 . 8k ,and R 4 =6 . 8k . Compare the simulation results with the theoretically
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Unformatted text preview: expected values with regard to break points and slopes. Also plot the currents in the four diodes as functions of V i . 2. Use either Cadence or National Instruments SPICE to plot the output voltage v o ( t ) as a function of time for the circuit shown below if the input is v i ( t ) = A sin( t ) where A = 10 V and f = 1 kHz for two cycles of v i ( t ) . Compare the peak value of the output with the theoretically expected value....
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course ECE 3042 taught by Professor Brewer during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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