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HW6 - Ir 1 1 5.2 Find in in the circuit in Fig P52 iIthe op...

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Unformatted text preview: Ir 1- 1- 5.2 Find in in the circuit in Fig. P52 iIthe op ampis ideal PEPEE mm Fiuurl rse «MW-CE. a} Calculate on it all = 4V and uh = DIV. h} Calculate unit a. = EVand on = DV. c] Calculate on it on = 2 V and uh = 1 V. d} Calculate an it a. = 1 Vandab = 2?. e} Calculate 1’s it illI = 1.5 Vand ab = 4 V. t} It at = 1.6 V, speuoit},r the range of illl such tha1 the amplifier does not saturate. Figurl P53 IUD Irfl. 5.6 The op amp in the circuit in Fig Fifi is ideal. WEE Calculate the following: a} is b} It. ll] [1 l1} lEl Figur- P5.E 5.9 The op amp in the circuit in Fig. P53 is ideal. FEFIE iiu'fiis'fi a} Find the range of values for or in which the op amp does not saturate. h] Find in [in microamperes}wheo or = (1.212. Figure PM 5.12 me.- op amp in 12131151: is ideal. 35:33“ a} What circuit oonflguration is shownin thisfigure? b] Find on if a, = 1V,1’h = 1.5V, and on = —4 V. c} The voltages a, and 'uE1 remain at 1 V and —4 V, respectively. What are the limits on 1s, it the op amp operates 1within its lion-r region? Fifllll'l P512 2‘21] lrfl 5.1‘3l The op amp in the circuit of Fig. P51? is ideaL a} What op amp circuit configuration is this? h] Find ofll in terms of 11,. c} Find the range of values for a. such that on does not saturate and the op amp remains in its linear region or operation. Pimrl P54? 5.2] The op amp in the circuit of Fig. P120 is ideal. .......... a} "What op amp circuit configuration is this? b] Find Us in terms of or c} Find the range of values for 1:, such that an does not saturate and the op amp remains in its linear region of operation. Fiflll'l FEED 5.23 The op amp in tile noninverting summing amplifier MET. of Fig. P523 is idlnl. a] Specify.r the values of Rf, Rb, and R: so that on = 61:. + 31a, + 4%. b] Using the values found in part (a) for R1, Rmand Rt, find [in microamperes} in, h], in, EE, and t. whens, =tl.5V, a3, = 2.5V,andv= = 1V. Finlre P5.fl 5.31 The resistor R: in the circuit in Fig. P131 is adjusted until the ideal op amp saturates. Specify Rf in kilohms. Fiflll'l P531 5.6 Irfl 5.41 The two op amps in the circuit in Fig P141 are pm: ideal. Chlculate an, and 1:92. human-I Figurl P5.“ 15V ...
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