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Lecture32 - Chapter 4,5,6

# Lecture32 - Chapter 4,5,6 - EE216 C ircuit Analysis I Le...

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1 EE216 Circuit Analysis I Lecture # 32 – Chapter 4, 5, 6 Solved Examples & Problems

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2 Assignment # 6 Due Date: Friday, Nov 6 (class start) Quiz on Assignment: Friday, Nov 6 Must be hand-written Submit in class @ start of class Submit in my room beforeduedate(slide under door) No grade if not submitted OR quiz not taken
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Solved OP AMP problems OP AMP is very very simple. Thereareonly two things you need to remember about an ( ideal ) OP AMP and with your earlier knowledge of circuit solution you can solve any OP AMP circuit (at least in this course). i + = i - = 0 V p = V n Someexamples next…

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Example 1 Find i 0 = ? 1. i - = 0, we know that all of 0.8mA current comes from R 12K . 2. V p =V n . We know V p =0 as it is grounded. Thus V n =0 too! Voltage Drop across R 12K = 0.8x12=9.6V Thus V o =9.6V ( linear operation assumption satisfied ) i 10K =V o /R 10K =9.6/10=0.96mA I 6.4K =V o /R 6.4K =9.6/6.4=1.5mA At node V o , i 12K +i o +i 10K +i 6.4K =0 (assuming all currents leaving the node).
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