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Unformatted text preview: EECS 70LB Spring 2011 Lab 3: Diode Circuits I Readings from Scherz: 4.2.1 (How a diode works. A brief reading here will suffice. The physics of diode will be covered in detail in EECS 170A); 4.2.5 (Diode/Rectifier Applications); 3.6.9 (Capacitor Application); Table 3.7 (Capacitor Comparison); 3.6.11 (RC Ripple Filter); Figure 7.61 (Current to Voltage Converter); Summary: There are 2 circuits for this lab designated as 3-1, 3-2 General Measurement Procedure Signal Source: Use a signal generator and power supply to generate A.C. and D.C. voltages. Use an oscilloscope and multimeter for signal verification. Output Measurement: Use an oscilloscope and multimeter to measure the voltage waveforms for A.C. and D.C. signals, respectively. 3-1 Full-wave rectifier (Fig. 4.20, pp 426 and Fig. 3.73, pp 361, Scherz) D1 D1N4148 D2 D1N4148 D3 D1N4148 D4 D1N4148 V1 FREQ = 100k VAMPL = 10 VOFF = R1 1k V V- V+ Fig. 1(a) D1 D1N4148 D2 D1N4148 D3 D1N4148 D4 D1N4148 V1 FREQ = 100k VAMPL = 10 VOFF = R1 1e6 C1...
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course EECS 70B taught by Professor Henrylee during the Spring '08 term at UC Irvine.
- Spring '08