ECE 206 - Write-up Lab 4 - Rectifier Regulator and Power...

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Rectifier, Regulator, and Power Supply Circuits Experiment 4 ECE 206 Experiment #4 Rectifier, Regulator, and Power Supply Circuits by Mauro Rodriguez TA: Johnson Liu Section: F6 Bench Number 4 ECE 206 Mauro Rodriguez
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Rectifier, Regulator, and Power Supply Circuits Experiment 4 Question 1: Plot V in vs. t and V out vs. t on the same graph for Part A. What is the difference between the two waveforms? Why do you see this difference? Plot V out vs. V in . What is turn-on voltage of the diode? [Hint: You should determine this graphically.] Plotting the graph V out vs. V in . As measured in the graph, the turn-on voltage of the diode is .5 Volts. The difference between the two waveforms is such that the V out graph contains lower amplitude for the positive values of V in and is exactly 0 volts for 0 < V in . The difference is noticeable because the diode requires a specific voltage drop, in the forward bias direction, before it can turn on and allow current to flow. Once the diode is on it will create a voltage drop across the
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2011 for the course ECE 206 taught by Professor Zhang during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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