# A7 - ID1 V1 D1 D1N4002 R1 1k VD1 Figure 1 Series Circuit...

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Unformatted text preview: + ID1 V1- D1 D1N4002 R1 1k VD1 Figure 1 - Series Circuit for Problem 1 ExCiTe Engineering Technology Homework Assignment #7 Diodes and BJTs • Show ALL OF YOUR WORK and include your simulation outputs • Follow the homework format described in the syllabus • You may NOT use the POWER MARKERS in PSPICE for this assignment Individual Assignment (problems 1 and 2) 1) Perform a DC (bias-point) analysis on the circuit shown in Figure 1 using Orcad Lite and determine V D1 and I D1 for the values of V 1 indicated in Table 1. a. Is the diode “on” for negative values of V 1 ? Explain. b. Assuming V D1 >= 0.6V for the diode to be considered “on, “for which values of V 1 (in the table) is the diode on? c. Does V D1 change by 0.5V when V 1 changes from 2.5V to 3.0V? Why/Why not? d. Calculate the power dissipated by D 1 when V 1 =3V e. Calculate the power dissipated by R 1 when V 1 =3V f. Calculate the power supplied by the source, V 1 when V 1 =3V g. Plot I D1 as a function of V D1 using Excel and the data from Table 1...
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## This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course ENG 0618-213 taught by Professor Hurny during the Fall '07 term at RIT.

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