Problem 11.39 Note that R s represents the series equivalent of R L . In the second line, change the value found for R s to 50 m Ω . (Note that Q C = 100.) Problem 11.45 In part (c), change 256.51 pF to 316.43 pF and change 20.21 nF to 1269 pF. Problem 11.50 Note that in the solution r d has been taken to be very large. Problem 11.54 At the end of the solution sentence, change the period to a comma and add “or approximately 20 MHz. The third overtone frequency is about 30 MHz.” Problem 11.57 Note that “antiresonant frequency” means the same thing as “parallel- resonant frequency.” Problem 12.11 Note that in the solution, “node 2” refers to the noninverting input.
Problem 12.12 After the first paragraph, change v o = V B + 4.7 to v o = V B – 4.7. After the second paragraph, change v o = V B – 4.7 to v o = V B + 4.7 and change v in > V B to v in < V B . In the plot at the end of the solution, change –1.3 on the y -axis to –1.7. Problem 12.17 Note that in the problem statement, the v 2 referenced in the ninth line should be v 1 . Problem 12.40 At the end of the solution, change i o R /2 to – i o R /2 and change 9.96 V to – 9.96 V.
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