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# lab2 (1) - mW 5.40 1.667 1.577 2.2 K 1 1.05 1.1 1.15 1.2...

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Part 3 Objectives : Measure voltage across R3 (the values of R3 are shown in the results ( Calculate the voltage across R3 Calculate the % error between measurements and calculations Calculate P(R3) and find the maximum power delivered to R3 Plot a graph P delivered to R3 vs. the value of R3 Results : Conclusions : P(R3 ( % error between measurements and calculations V(R3) calculated V(R3) measured R3 1.055 mW 5.88% 0.748 0.704 470 1.178 mW 6.28% 0.955 0.895 680 1.2544 mW 5.92% 1.1905 1.12 1 K 1.2546 mW 5.93% 1.3043 1.227 1.2 K 1.1304

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Unformatted text preview: mW 5.40% 1.667 1.577 2.2 K 1 1.05 1.1 1.15 1.2 1.25 1.3 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 R3 P(R3) [mW] The independent voltage source delivers the maximum power to the load resistance (R L ) when Rs (source resistance) = R L according to the maximum power transfer theorem . The peak of the curve which occurred at R3 between 1 k and 1.2 k (is equal to Rs (source resistance .(( The maximum power delivered to R3 was approximately 1.254 mW...
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lab2 (1) - mW 5.40 1.667 1.577 2.2 K 1 1.05 1.1 1.15 1.2...

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