Ravneet ECEL 303

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TITLE: LAB-2: PSpice Simulation of Electronic Circuits NAME: RAVNEET KAUR SECTION: 062 PARTNER: SAIMANI KUMAR M.N.V TA: Kaloyan Popov DATE PERFORMED: 2 nd Oct 2009 DATE DUE: 9 th Oct 2009 DATE RECEIVED:

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Objective: The purpose of this lab was to gain additional experience with Cadence’s OrCAD Capture, PSpice, and Probe tools, especially in generating sweeps. DC simulation was performed with varying DC source voltage and transient analysis of voltage in a circuit driven by an AC source. The circuits designed in Lab 1 – AC to DC Conversion, Constant Output Voltage, Constant Current Source and Voltage Follower.
Circuit Diagrams & Schematics V in,RMS = 17.59 VAC, V d = 0.7V, R =1kΩ Fig. 1. Circuit for Rectifier Circuit used for AC to DC Conversion (Part 1) Performed by Saimani and Ravneet on Oct 2 nd , 2009

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V in,RMS = 14.431 VAC, V d = 0.7V, R = 1kΩ Fig. 2. Schematic for Rectifier Circuit used for AC to DC Conversion (Part 1) Performed by Saimani and Ravneet on Oct 2 nd , 2009 V in = 5V, R = 1kΩ, V z = 1.5V Fig. 3. Circuit for Voltage Regulator for a Constant Output Voltage (Part 3) Performed by Saimani and Ravneet on Oct 2 nd , 2009 V i n = 5V, R = 1kΩ, V z = 1.5V
Fig. 4. Schematic for Voltage Regulator for a Constant Output Voltage (Part 3) Performed by Saimani and Ravneet on 2 nd Oct, 2009 V DD = 16-32 VDC, I D =A, R = 50Ω-5kΩ Fig. 5. Circuit for Constant Output Current (Part 4) Performed by Saimani and Ravneet on Oct 2 nd , 2009

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V DD = 16-32 VDC, I D =A, R = 50Ω-5kΩ Fig. 6. Schematic for Constant Output Current (Part 4) Performed by Saimani and Ravneet on Oct 2 nd , 2009 V i n = 6 VDC-26 VDC, V CC = 30 VDC, R B = 330k Ω, R E = 2kΩ Fig. 7. Circuit for BJT Voltage Follower (Part 5) Performed by Saimani and Ravneet on Oct 2 nd , 2009
V i n = 6 VDC-26 VDC, V CC = 30 VDC, R B = 330kΩ, R E = 2kΩ Fig. 8. Schematic for BJT Voltage Follower (Part 5) Performed by Saimani and Ravneet on Oct 2 nd , 2009 Graphs AC to DC Conversion Fig. 9. Plots of the Input & Output Waveform captured from the Oscilloscope Displaying V avg and V RMS of the Output using Diode 1N4006 (Part 1) (V IN )

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