HW4 - I 1 = mA, V 1 = V, R 1 = k and R 2 = k . V T = 1 pt....

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UC Berkeley, EECS Department B. E. Boser EECS 40 HW4: Source Transformations UID: 1. For evaluation, circuit (a’) is temporarily connected to circuit (a) and the following measurements are taken with the ampère- and volt-meters shown in circuit (a’) (for different values of R L ): i) V = V A = mA ii) V = V A = mA a) Determine the values of V T and R T such that circuits (a) and (b) behave identically. V T = 1 pt. 0 R T = 1 pt. 1 b) The apprentice is asked to verify the measurement, but inadvertently mixes up the volt- and ampère- meters. What readings does he get when redoing measurement (i) above? Use the values from part (a) for V T and R T . V = 1 pt. 2 A = 1 pt. 3 2. Find component values such that all three circuits shown behave identically. Given:
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Unformatted text preview: I 1 = mA, V 1 = V, R 1 = k and R 2 = k . V T = 1 pt. 4 R T = 1 pt. 5 I N = 1 pt. 6 R N = 1 pt. 7 3. Find the value of current i 2 . Parameters: V 1 = V, I 1 = mA, R 1 = k , R 2 = k , R 3 = k , R 4 = k . Hint: Use source transformation. i 2 = 3 pts. 8 1 August 11, 2010 HW4 v617 http://ucbfeedback.com 4. Find the value of R L that maximizes the power dissipated in R L . Hint: the solution is trivial after applying source transform. Given: V 1 = V, V 2 = V, I 1 = mA, R 1 = k , R 2 = k . R L = 3 pts. 9 Password: 2 August 11, 2010 HW4 v617 http://ucbfeedback.com...
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HW4 - I 1 = mA, V 1 = V, R 1 = k and R 2 = k . V T = 1 pt....

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