Lecture 12 figures
1
Fig. 12-1:
A simple load resistor
attached to a non-ideal voltage
source.
We will determine the
power delivered to a load resistor
for various values of R
L
.
Fig. 12-2:
A simple load resistor R
L
attached to a non-ideal voltage source.
We will determine the power delivered to
a load resistor as a function of R
L
, and
then optimize this power.
Fig. 12-3:
This optimization applies to a load resistor
attached to a non-ideal
current
source as well.
Fig. 12-4:
A plot of the Power P
L
as a
function of R
L
.
The optimum power is
delivered to the load resistor at R
L
= R
s
.
This optimum power is P
L
= V
s
2
/4R
s
.

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Lecture 12 figures
2
Fig. 12-5:
A load resistor R
L
is connected to a network.