Homework 2&3 solution

Homework 2&3 solution - depends the circuit i.e the...

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EE253: Fall 2006 Homework 2&3 Solution Homework 2&3 assignments: Problems 1.48; 1.52; 1.53; 2.5; 2.10; 2.16; 2.24; 2.32 in Neamen (3rd ed.), assigned on 9/8/06, due on 9/18/06. Problem 1.48 Problem 1.52
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Problem 1.53
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Problem 2.5
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Problem 2.10
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Problem 2.16 Problem 2.24
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Problem 2.32 The steps to find the waveform of a clamp circuit: 1). Identify the path that will allow the capacitor being charged through the diode. 2). The capacitor will be charged to the extreme value (either the maximum or the minimum
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Unformatted text preview: depends the circuit, i.e. the diode “ON” condition). Compute the voltage across the charged capacitor (V C ) and make note on the circuit indicating which side of the capacitor has higher voltage. 3). Replace the capacitor with a battery of the same voltage (V C ) and the same polarity as that you have marked the capacitor. 4). Compute the amount the shift of the output....
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2008 for the course EE 253 taught by Professor Xaio during the Fall '06 term at Missouri S&T.

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