# HW_02 - (b Plot the currents flowing through D 1 and R 1 as...

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EE/CE 3311 Electronic Circuits Homework # 2 Assigned on 02/01/2010 Due on 02/08/2010 For all the problems, unless stated otherwise, use V D,on = 800 mV for the constant voltage diode model. Problem #1 (5 points) For the circuit depicted in Fig. 1-1, plot I X and I R1 as a function of V X for two cases: V B = -1 V and V B = +1 V. Fig. 1-1. Problem #2 (5 points) For the circuit depicted in Fig. 2-1, plot I X and I R1 as a function of V X for two cases: V B = -1 V and V B = +1 V. Fig. 2-1.

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Problem #3 (20 points) Plot the input/output characteristics of the circuits depicted in Fig. 3-1, I. using an ideal model for the diodes. Assume V B = 2 V. II. using a constant voltage diode model. Fig. 3-1. Problem #4 (20 points) Assuming a constant-voltage model, for the circuits in Fig. 4-1, (a) Plot the input/output characteristic of the circuits.
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Unformatted text preview: (b) Plot the currents flowing through D 1 and R 1 as a function of V in . Fig. 4-1. Problem #5 (10 points) A 3-V adaptor using a half-wave rectifier must supply a current of 0.5 A with a maximum ripple of 300 mV. For a frequency of 60 Hz, compute the minimum required smoothing capacitor. Problem #6 (15 points) Design a circuit that exhibits the input/output characteristic shown in Fig. 6-1. You can use 1 k Ω resistors, ideal diodes, and other relevant components. Fig. 6-1. Problem #7 (25 points) “Wave-shaping” applications require the input/output characteristic illustrated in Fig. 7-1. Using ideal diodes and other components, construct a circuit that provides such a characteristic. (The value of resistors is not unique.) Fig. 7-1....
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