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EE3114 Hwk 0 PSpice

# EE3114 Hwk 0 PSpice - 4 Transient Analysis Run a PSpice...

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EE3114 Hwk #0 PSpice Simulation Due 1 week 1) DC Only: Run a PSpice simulation of the following voltage divider. Submit a schematic showing the DC voltage and DC current flowing through the R2 resistor. The voltage and current can also be shown as a table. An introduction to OrCAD PSpice is available as part of this assignment 2) Swept DC: Run a PSpice simulation of the circuit shown in problem 1 but this time sweep the battery voltage over a range of 0 volts to 10 volts. Submit a plot showing the “Input Voltage” and “R2 Voltage Drop” as a function of the battery voltage. 3) Swept R2 Resistance: Run a PSpice simulation of the circuit shown in problem 1 but having the resistor R2 value sweep from 1K to 6K in 1K increments. Submit a plot showing the “Input Voltage” and “R2 Voltage Drop” as a function of the R2 resistance.
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Unformatted text preview: 4) Transient Analysis: Run a PSpice simulation of the circuit shown below but having the input voltage source operating as a 1kHz sinusoid with 1mV amplitude. Submit a plot showing the “Input Voltage” and “R2 Voltage Drop” as a function of time from 0 seconds to 5 milliseconds. 5) Transient Analysis: Run a PSpice simulation of the following current divider. Submit a plot showing the R1 current and R2 current as a function of time from 0 seconds to 5 milliseconds. Using a “Cursor” (or marker depending on the selected PSpice simulation tool). Find the peak value of current flowing in the R1 and R2 resistors. Does these value match your hand calculation? R1 2K R2 4K V1 10Vdc R1 2K R2 4k V1 FREQ = 1k VAMPL = 1mV VOFF = 0v R1 2K R2 4k I1 IOFF = 0 FREQ = 1k IAMPL = 1m...
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