Lab11 - diode1 =0.009259A V R2 =9.26v I diode =0.009259A V...

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EE 201 Lab11 Tian Gu Code:721 Team partner: Tielong Su Chaojun Zhang Introduction        In this lab, we basically wanted to be more familiar with diodes’ properties. So we  knew them by building circuits and using Pspice to prove our measurements. They we tried to  design a single project with diodes in the rest of the class. Simple diode circuits:  We were working out the three circuits shown below.  Node voltage: 9.278v I R1 =0.009278A V r2 =8.56v I Diode1 =0.00856A Node voltage: 9.996v
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V R1 =9.259v                             I
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Unformatted text preview: diode1 =0.009259A V R2 =9.26v I diode =0.009259A V R3 =7.249v I diode3 =0.007249A V R3 =4.99v V R2 =5.00v V R1 =4.684c I diode1 =0.004684A V R4 =4.67v After finishing measuring, we used Pspice to get the node voltage and currents for each diode. Compared the voltage we got were much closed. Experiment a simple design project for this lab We are asked to give a circuit with diode reducing the input voltage to 3/4ths. We connected two power supplies in the circuit and this was the only way we could figure it out....
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Lab11 - diode1 =0.009259A V R2 =9.26v I diode =0.009259A V...

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