Lecture 5 - voltage source. Fig. 5-6: Simple circuit for...

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Lecture 5 figures 1 . Fig. 5-1: Dependent sources and their I-V plots. V s and I s are controlled by some other current/voltage elsewhere in the circuit. Fig. 5-2: A dependent source in a typical amplifier application. Fig. 5-3: A single-node pair circuit containing a dependent current source.
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Lecture 5 figures 2 Fig. 5-4: I-V plot of an ideal and non-ideal voltage source. Fig. 5-5: Using a series resistor to model a practical (or non-ideal)
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Unformatted text preview: voltage source. Fig. 5-6: Simple circuit for exploring the I-V plot of a practical voltage source. Fig. 5-7: I-V plot for the practical voltage source. Lecture 5 figures 3 Fig. 5-8: Using a shunt (or parallel) resistor to model a practical (or non-ideal) current source. Fig. 5-9: Simple circuit for exploring the I-V plot of a practical current source. Fig. 5-10: I-V plot for the practical current source....
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course IE 230 taught by Professor Xangi during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Lecture 5 - voltage source. Fig. 5-6: Simple circuit for...

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