HW4.Aut2011

HW4.Aut2011 - a) Find the output voltage v out as a...

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E40 Autumn 2011 Homework 4 Due 5:00 pm, Wednesday, October 26, 2011 Please write your Name and Lab Section Time on the front page. 1. U&M 4.20. Since the op amp’s negative supply voltage isn’t specified, assume that it is -12 V. Use ideal op-amp analysis. 2. U&M 4.38. Since the op amp’s negative supply voltage isn’t specified, assume that it is -12 V. Use ideal op-amp analysis. 3. Inverting amplifier.
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Unformatted text preview: a) Find the output voltage v out as a function of the input voltage v s , assuming that the op amp is ideal, that R L is infinite, and that the op amp is operating in its linear range. b) Assuming that the op amps output current is limited to +/- 5 mA. If the output resistor R L = 0.5 k , plot v out versus v s . 4. U&M 4.43 5. U&M 5.10 6. U&M 5.17 7. U&M 5.22...
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