2013+F+314+Ex+2+Pr_2Bsol

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Unformatted text preview: the output voltage remains equal to 2.5 V (see discussion of the continuity above). At time t > 0 (for the same half- period), KVL can be rewritten as L dVOUT ⋅ + VOUT = VIN = 3.5 V R dt The solution of this equation is: "R % " −$ t' % VOUT (t ) = $ 1 − e # L & ' ⋅ (1 V ) + 2.5 V # & Which matches the sketch of choice E. © 2013 Alexander Ganago Page 15 of 30 Last printed 2013- 12- 08 6:33 PM File: 2013 F 314 Ex 2 Pr+sol+instr.docx 2013 Fall EECS 314 Exam 2 Problem 8 In the circuit shown on this diagram, only 3 terminals are used for each filter; nothing is connected to other terminals. For the connections listed in the table, determine the type of filter. Input signal Common ground Output signal 2 3 5 The filter is: A. Band- Reject B. High- Pass C. Low- Pass D. Band- Pass E. None...
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2014 for the course EECS 314 taught by Professor Ganago during the Spring '07 term at University of Michigan.

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