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2008PSPICEhw - circuit For example if V 0 = 5 V then you...

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Student Name: ___________________ Student ID: ___________________ EECS 70A (Winter 2008) Discussion Section: Monday / Wednesday (circle one) PSpice Assignment Assigned: Monday, February 18 , 2008 Due: Tuesday, March 11 , 2008 Instructions: z Please write your name and student I.D. at the top of this page. Do NOT write anything in the table at the bottom of this page. This is for grading purposes only. Questions Points 1 /5 2 /5 3 /5 4 /5 5 /5 Total /25
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Solve the foloowing problems on the next pages using Pspice . All of these problems require DC bias point simulation. SPICE Assignment Guidelines 1. Attach the front page to your assignment with you Name and student ID on it. 2. A printed schematic for each circuit. 3. All source and resistor values in the circuit must be clearly visible. 4. Simulated voltage and current values must appear on each schematic. Do not turn in a schematic with a circuit that has not been simulated. 5. V 0 or any other parameter asked for in the problem must be clearly labeled for each
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Unformatted text preview: circuit. For example, if V 0 = 5 V , then you need to write V 0 = 5 V on your schematic and show concisely how you got V 0 from the node voltages in your circuit. You can write in pencil or pen, or you can insert text in the schematic using the Place Text feature (Shift + t). 6. No title page, objective, introduction, or conclusion is necessary. You do not need to turn in a hand-written solution of a problem. 7. Grading: 5 points for each problem • 3 points for the correct answer • 2 points for the correct circuit • -1 point from the 2 points for every mistake made building the circuit • That means if your answer is incorrect, you could easily earn 1/5! Please make sure your answers are correct. If you have any questions about this assignment or any problems running your circuit, you can email the TA for assistance. p.s. You can download Pspicev9.1@ http://www.engr.uky.edu/~cathey/pspice061301.html...
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2010 for the course EECS 70a taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at UC Irvine.

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