HW2 - ECE 2100: Professor Alyssa Apsel Homework Assignment...

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ECE 2100: Professor Alyssa Apsel Homework Assignment #2 Due Sept. 23, 2010 Areas covered: Node, mesh analysis. Thevenin, Norton equivalents. Maximum power transfer. Superposition. LEDs, Photodiodes, Photovoltaics. 1) Book Problem 4.2 2) Book Problem 4.4 3) Book Problem 4.6 4) Book Problem 4.7 5) Book Problem 4.21 6) Book Problem 4.26 7) Book Problem 4.31 8) Book Problem 4.47 9) Book Problem 4.52 10) Book Problem 4.60 11) Book Problem 4.64 12) Book Problem 4.69 13) Book Problem 4.90 14) Book Problem 5.5 15) Book Problem 5.17 16) Book Problem 5.21 17) Book Problem 5.27 18) Book Problem 5.32 19) You are shipwrecked on a desert island and bored at night so you want to run a video projector to watch movies. (You can project them onto the sail of your broken down sailboat.) Unfortunately, all you have is a 20V marine battery and
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your projector requires a 10V supply. To solve this problem you rig up the following DC-DC converter to run your projector. Where V
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ECE 2100 taught by Professor Kelley/seyler during the Fall '05 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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HW2 - ECE 2100: Professor Alyssa Apsel Homework Assignment...

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