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Lecture24 - Chapter 5

Lecture24 - Chapter 5 - EE216 C ircuit Analysis I Le cture...

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1 EE216 Circuit Analysis I Lecture # 24 – Chapter 5
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R 3 3 ohms C D A B R 2 4 ohms R 4 6 ohms R 1 6 ohms R L 2 ohms 30 V 2 Thevenin’s Equivalent Example 1 Ref at nodeB. Write NVA eqns.
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Max Power Transfer Example 1 Determinethemaximum power delivered to R L When R L is adjusted for max. power transfer, what % of power delivered by sourcereaches R L ? 3
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4 Assignment # 4 Uploaded to both \ \ margala & yahoogroups EE_CA1 Due Date: Monday, Oct 12 (class start) Quiz on Assignment: Monday, Oct 12 Must be hand-written Submit in class @ start of class Submit in my room beforedue date(slideunder door) No grade if not submitted OR quiz not taken
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5 Operational Amplifier (Op-Amp) Operational Amplifiers are electronic devices found in many electronic circuits. Complete understanding and analysis of Op-Amp requires understanding of Transistors and Diodes So, why study now before studying Electronics? Develop familiarity by using it as a basic circuit building block by focusing on its terminal behavior:
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