Homework 1

# Homework 1 - ECE 2100 Professor Alyosha Molnar Homework...

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ECE 2100: Professor Alyosha Molnar Homework Assignment #1 Due Feb 6, 2011 Areas covered: Electrical quantities: Charge, Voltage, Current, Power, Energy, Resistance Basic circuit laws: Kirchoff’s current and voltage laws, Ohms law Basic circuits: series, parallel combinations, voltage divider, current divider. Prelab problems: do before coming to lab! 1) Voltage and Current divider. a. Derive an expression for Vout the voltage divider shown in Fig. P1a b. Derive an expression for Iout the current divider shown in Fig. P1b Figure p1 . 2) Diode IV relationship: the general diode equation is given by: a. Derive an expression for the dynamic resistance r d = dV/dIin terms of the diode current itself. b. Derive an expression for the diode voltage as a function of diode current when a series resistance (R s ) is included in the diode model. c. Derive an expression for the ideality factor ( η ) as a function of the diode current and first derivative of diode current with respect to voltage. Problems from the book: 3) Problem 1.7

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4) Problem 1.13 5) Problem 1.19
6) Problem 1.29 7) Problem 2.6

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8) Problem 2.11 9) Problem 2.14 10) Problem 2.23 11) Problem 2.29
12) Problem 3.9 13) Problem 3.17 14) Problem 3.18

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15) Problem 3.29 16) Problem 3.64
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