Final_CHM6158C_2010 - as possible(3 pts 3 4 For an RLC...

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1 Final (Electronics and Instrumentation–CHM6158C), Apr. 20, 2010 Name :_______________________________________ UFID :_____________________ Instructions: Show relevant equations and units. Total points: 30. 1) For the flip-flop below, work out the truth table. Are there any problematic input values? (4 pts) 2) Below, you see the technical information for an NI DAQ. If you used this device to read in an analog signal, what is the maximum frequency that could be detected? What is the smallest voltage increment that could be detected, if the total voltage range is 0-5 V? (4 pts)
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2 3) What type of a circuit is this? Knowing that base-emitter is always forward-biased, try to be as precise
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Unformatted text preview: as possible. (3 pts) 3 4) For an RLC circuit, R = 100 Ω , X C = 30 Ω and X L = -10 Ω , explain the terms, derive the total magnitude of impedance and the phase angle between voltage and current (which is ahead?). (6 pts) 5) For the op-amp circuit below, rationalize how the input sine wave is transmitted to the output. Show the wave at points A-D to illustrate your argument. (7 pts) 4 6) For the op-amp below, what would R 1 and R 2 have to be to have a voltage gain of 100? (4 pts) 7) Voltage V in is amplified to V out by a gain factor of 40. How many decibels does this correspond to? (2 pts)...
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