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Unformatted text preview: Also, assume an ideal model (V D,on =0V) for the diodes. Figure 4. Problem 5. If V B always equals to 1V and V A equals 2sin( ω t)V and assuming ideal model for the diodes (V D,on = 0V), plot the voltage drop across R 1 as a function of time. Figure 5. Problem 6. Assuming the OpAmp and diode shown in Fig 6 are ideal, plot the output voltage if V in =V p sin( ω t). What does this circuit remind you of? Figure 6. Problem 7. In figure 7, diodes are ideal with a nonzero V D,on . Determine the V in vs. V out relationship. Figure 7. Problem 8. Using ideal diodes and resistors construct a circuit that has the following input/output characteristic, as in figure 8. Figure 8...
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2010 for the course EE EE115A taught by Professor Kaiser during the Winter '09 term at UCLA.
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