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Unformatted text preview: voltage that would be measured with a Simpson Meter Model 2607 set to its 10 V range. 2. Use both Cadence and National Instruments SPICE to determine and plot the percentage error due to ac voltmeter loading in the measurement of the rms value of the ac voltage measured in Problem 1 when the voltmeter is a Simpson Model 2607 set to its 10 V range. The frequency is to be plotted on a log scale and the percentage error on a linear scale. Verify the SPICE solutions with a hand calculation using complex phasors to analyze the ac circuit at the frequency f = 700 Hz . 1 V i 1 R 2 R 2 GEORGE P. BURDELL VI 1 0 DC 10 R1 1 2 10K R2 2 0 10K .END 1 i V R 2 C GEORGE P. BURDELL VI 1 0 AC 10 R 1 2 10K C 2 0 0.1U .AC DEC 30 10 10K .PROBE .END i V 1 R C 2 GEORGE P. BURDELL VI 1 0 PWL(0 10 3M 10) R 1 2 10K C 2 0 0.1U IC=0 .TRAN 10U 3M .PROBE .END...
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 Spring '08
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 Alternating Current, Volt, National Instruments SPICE, AC voltmeter, GEORGE P. BURDELL VI

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