GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE 3710D

Circuits and Electronics
Final Exam
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You have 170minutes from the beginning of the exam period to complete the attached material.
Four handwritten
equation sheets and a calculator are allowed during this exam.
Follow the instructions for each question carefully. Work must be shown to receive full credit.
Only the answers presented in the space provided will be graded. If extra space is required for
calculations, use the back of the previous page. Please draw a box around your f'mal answers.
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NODALandMESHANALYSIS
(20 pts)
SUPERPOSITION and POWER DISSIPATION
(40 pts)
EQUIVALENTCIRCillTS
(20 pts)
AC POWER and PHASOR REPRESENTATIONS
(20 pts)
AMPLIFIERS
and BIASING
(25 pts)
(15 pts)
(20 pts)
(20 pts)
(20 pts)
TRANSISITORS
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MATH and SEQUENTIAL
CIRCillTS
KARNAUGH MAP MINIMIZATION
TRUTH TABLES and LOGIC GATE SYMBOLS
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(b) Write the mesh phasor equations needed to solve the above circuit, with all loops traversed
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 Spring '07
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 Logic gate, power dissipation, LOGIC GATE SYMBOLS, KARNAUGH MAP MINIMIZATION, I PTS, Power Reactive Power

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