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Unformatted text preview: ECE 210/211 Analog Signal Processing Fall 2011
University of Illinois Basar, Franke,
Peck, Trick Exam 1 Tuesday, Sept. 20, 201 l  7:00—8:l5 PM Name: /LC {[0743 Section: . 9 AM 10 AM 1 PM 2 PM
(crrcle one) Class:
(circle one) ECE210 ECE2ll Please clearly PRINT your name IN CAPITAL LETTERS and circle your section in the boxes
above. This is a closed book and closed notes exam. Calculators are not allowed. Please show all your
work. Backs of pages may be used for scratch work if necessary. All answers should include
units wherever appropriate. Problem I (25 points)
Problem 2 (25 points)
Problem 3 (25 points) Problem 4 (25 points) Total (100 points) Problem 1 (25 points) (a) In the following circuit, find the load resistor RL which will absorb maximum power. 2Q 2i
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,40 2: ' % 21, t : 251L£+Z{) : q/g Li M (b) Find Re between a and b. a 29
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29 (c) Find i in the following circuit. i 1425) (d) In the circuit below, the maximum power delivered on RL is g 1% g 2Q IQ .
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(9 n N Problem 2 (25 points) (a) In the following circuit, using the principle of linearity and superposition, we can write the
node voltage V as v = Av,+ BI,+ CI2 Use source suppression to find the constants A, B, and C. v, 21.:0
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V: (“/2 v’ %\ C: «ISL 40 [3:]5?’ (b) In the following circuits, find the open circuit votage Vab and the short circuit current lsc
between a and b. 4V Q 3
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5 I‘dlvalocg % Problem 3 (25 points) For the op amp conﬁguration shown, determine the requested quantities. Assume linear regime (ideal opamp) operation. (a) 11 :JLmA (b) In terms of labeled voltages V01 and/or V02, write the mathematical expression for current 12.
Draw a box around the equation you wish to be graded. v _ ‘
@437. ,7' _ —‘J.;1 I; .__————d 54/. 37, (c) In terms oflabeled voltages V0] and/or V02, write the mathematical expression for current [3.
Draw a box around the equation you wish to be graded. (d) Using the results of(b) and (c), write the mathematical expression for ll in terms oflabeled
voltages V0. and/or V02. You do not need to simplify your equation. Draw a box around the
equation you wish to be graded. I h  —' ———’/
J'I ' “’— ﬂ‘n jS'OéYL (e) In terms oflabeled voltages V01 and/0r V02, write the mathematical expression for current Draw a box around the equation you wish to be graded. (1) Using the output circuit attached to the right—most op amp, write a second equation relating
labeled voltages V0. and V02. You do not need to simplify your equation. Draw a box
around the equation you wish to be graded. Problem 4 (25 points) The given circuit is in the steady state for t < 0.
. t 0
(ﬂag) (a) Fmd X >ic
ic(0') = r 109% L +
U *4 159 _— 2A . 0.1F__vc(t)
vc(0‘)= 5V WC) i ’ ic(0+)= " 7/3 A vc(0+) = 5' \/ (53925.) (C) For t > 0 the time constant é QT __QmX/ﬂ) ‘ (0+): "Vzﬂ [$31 MU). /05L+15>1 r S
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—. 6,51 .40 ( : @n)@. IF) ((9 03%;) (d) Find the steady state values of ic(t) and vc (t) when the switch is closed.
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2/} 4K 4,4 (05‘— Vc,ss‘ 6’52 ("3/4) I l = « W/ (e) Below sketch ic(t) and vc(t) in the range t 6 (0,00) . Label numerical values on the axes. (M9) 100) vc<t> ...
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