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ECE 240 – Electrical Engineering Fundamentals Homework #5 1. Given the circuit shown below, determine the output voltage, V o given an input voltage of V 1 = 10 mV. 2. Determine the voltage gain, A v = V 0 /V 1 , of the op amp shown below. 3. Determine the value of I o in the circuit shown below. a. with the op amp present b. without the op amp
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4. Find the expression for the output voltage in the op-amp circuit shown below. 5. Determine the voltage gain, A v = V o /V i , of the circuit shown below. 6. Find the Norton equivalent of the circuit to the left of terminals a-b and use the result to find i.
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7. Replace everything except the 2 resistor by its Thevenin equivalent circuit and use the
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Unformatted text preview: result to find i. Read and perform the examples in PSPICE Tutorial #5 before attempting problems 8 9. For both problems turn in the PSPICE schematic and a plot of the circuit output as specified. 8. Use PSPICE to simulate the circuit in problem 5. Apply a 0.1 volt, 1KHz sinusoidal signal as the input. Use R 1 = 1K , R 2 = 4K , R 3 = 2K , and R 4 = 8K . Measure the circuit output voltage V o . Use DC supplies of +/- 15 volts. 9. Use PSPICE to simulate the circuit in problem 6 and find the output current, i. Use DC supplies of +/- 25 volts....
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2010 for the course ECE 240 taught by Professor Drsharlenekatz during the Spring '10 term at CSU Northridge.

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