Lecture25 - Chapter 5

# Lecture25 - Chapter 5 - EE216 C ircuit Analysis I Le cture...

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1 EE216 Circuit Analysis I Lecture # 25 – Chapter 5

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Max Power Transfer Example 1 Determine the maximum power delivered to R L When R L is adjusted for max. power transfer, what % of power delivered by source reaches R L ? 2
3 The Op-Amp has two inputs a single output two voltage source input terminals Voltages at the five terminals are measured with reference to a common node (outside Op-Amp) All currents are assumed to flow into the five V p V n V cc V cc V o V+ V-

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4 Non-inverting Input – input voltage v p – input current i p Inverting Input – input voltage v n – input current i n Output terminal – voltage v o – current i o V p V n V cc V cc V o V+ V- Op-Amp Symbol & Pin out
5 V CC is connected to the V+ source input – i c + flows into the terminal - V CC is connected to the V- source input – i c - flows into the terminal The output voltage of the Op-Amp is determined by the input voltages and V p V n V cc V cc V o V+ V-

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Lecture25 - Chapter 5 - EE216 C ircuit Analysis I Le cture...

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