EE101A/Winter 2013
Prof. Simon Wong
Homework #2
(Due Wednesday, 1/23/13)
1. Determine the equivalent resistance measured between the two terminals if all
resistors are 1K. (This is a 2D hexagon, NOT a 3D cube.)
R =?
2. Use Nodal Analysis to determine the
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EE101A / Winter 2013
Prof. Simon Wong
Homework #7
(Due March 6, 2013)
You can use equations already derived in lecture notes or textbook.
Please write your Name and Lab Section time on the front page.
1. Sedra & Smith, p. 341, Problem 5.79.
The figure sho
EE101A Winter 2016
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
Problem Set 1
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 13 January 2016
_
Reading: Chapter 1 of textbook; slides for lectures 2 and 3
All problems in this pset are from the textbook.
Problem 1: 1.6
Pro
EE101A Winter 2016
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
Problem Set 5
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 24 February 2016
_
Suggested reading: Chapter 6; also lecture notes.
(This weeks pset has a few more problems than usual, but you should be able
EE101A Winter 2016
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
Problem Set 7
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 9 March 2016
_
Suggested reading: Neaman, Chapters 3 (The FET) and 4 (Basic FET Amplifiers). You
may skip the material on body effect; we will de
EE101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
EExercises Set 2
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 25 January 2017
Reading: Slidesets 4 and 5; textbook Chapter 2
Problem 1: As mentioned in lecture, a typical hot dogs resistance is roughly 12
EE 101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
EEset 5
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 24 February 2017
Problem 1
Ans:
a) The capacitor voltage the instant before the resistor appears is
V0 =
q
= 100 mV.
C
b) The instant after the resist
EE 101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
EEset 4
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 17 February 2017
Problem 1
Ans:
a) The charge stored is
Q = 10 5 C = 50 C.
b) The energy stored by the capacitor is
W =
1
10 52 J = 125 J.
2
Problem
EE101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
EExercises Set 1
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 18 January 2017
_
Reading: Chapter 1 of textbook; slidesets 2 and 3
[Because of the MLK holiday, we will unfortunately not have another lectur
EE 101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
EEset 3
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 1 February 2017
P3. Calculate the output voltage Vout for the following circuits.
Ans: (1)
2R
Vin
2R + R
V = Vout
V+ =
V+ = V
2
Vout = Vin
3
(2)
R
1
V
EE 101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
EEset 8
Due: 5PM Friday, 17 March 2017
Problem 1
Ans:
a) The voltage ratio is given by
R1 |R2
vg
=
= 0.9.
vi
R1 |R2 + RS
Therefore, R1 |R2 is given by
R1 |R2 = 9RS = 1800 k = 1.8
Homework #3
Due Thurs, October 21th
Book Problems: 12.24
12.24. Define the following terms as they pertain to semiconducting materials: intrinsic, extrinsic,
compound and elemental. Provide an example of each.
2. a) Describe how semiconductor band gap dep
EE101A Winter 2016
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
Problem Set 4
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 3 February 2016
_
Problem 1: Textbook, Problem 5.48. Hint: Do not start by writing a bunch of random
equations. Use the given information that th
EE101A Winter 2016
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
Problem Set 2
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 20 January 2016
_
Problem 1: While cleaning up one of Stark Industrys abandoned laboratories, you discover a black box. Investigation reveals two
EE101A Winter 2016
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
Problem Set 3
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 27 January 2016
_
Problem 1: Textbook, problem 4.5.
Problem 2: Textbook, problem 4.6.
Problem 3: Textbook, problem 4.14.
Problem 4: Textbook, pro
EE101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
EEset 6
Due: 5PM Friday, 3 March 2017
_
Suggested reading: Slideset 12; Engineering Math Bits (Chapter 2); MIT OCW notes
on impedances.
Problem 1: A 1k resistor, R, is connected i
EE101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
EEset 3
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 1 February 2017
_
Reading: Slidesets 6-8; MIT OCW Diodes, Op-amps1 and Op-amps2
Assignment: P3, P4, P5 and P6 (see attachment)
Note: There are minor no
EE101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
Problem Set 5
Due: 5PM Friday, 17 February 2017
_
Suggested reading: Slideset 10; MIT OCW notes.
Problem 1: a) What is the charge stored in a 10F capacitor when connected to a 5V
EE101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
EEset 7
Due: 5PM Friday, 10 March 2017
_
Reading: Slideset 14, first half of Slideset 15 (up to Small-signal mumblefratz),
MIT OCW 9: Large-signal MOSFET amplifier analysis
In thi
EE101A Winter 2017
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
EEset 2
Due: 5PM Wednesday, 25 January 2017
_
Reading: Slidesets 4 and 5; textbook Chapter 2
Problem 1: As mentioned in lecture, a typical hot dogs resistance is roughly 120.
a) I
Section 1.3 Charge and Current 91C)
10
1.1 How much charge is represented by these number of
electrons?
0
(a) 6.482 x 10 1
(b) 1.24 x 10'8 1O 4 Ms;
(C) 2.46 x 10'9
(d) 1.628 x 1020 Figure 1.24
_ F r P ob. 1.7.
1.2 Determrne the current owing through an el
EE101A Winter 2017
Stanford University
Slideset 2
Everything an EE needs to know from
Phys 43, and more
Slideset 2
T. H. Lee
EE101A Winter 2017
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Conductors and insulators
Wires are made out of conductors
(e.g., copper, aluminum).
What d
CHAPTER 1
Small-signal analysis
Introduction
The introductory portion of introductory EE courses is typically consumed with the
analysis of linear networks for several reasons. Linear networks conform to simple
yet powerful mathematics, and a great many p
EE101A Winter 2017
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Lecture 3
Voltage sources
AC voltage sources
Power in AC waveforms and rms voltage
Kirchhoffs (kihrk hoffs) laws
Kirchhoffs current law (KCL)
Kirchhoffs voltage law (KVL)
Circuit analysis macros
The voltage d
CHAPTER 1
The Wye-Delta
Transformations
Introduction
A standard exercise found in many introductory circuits textbooks is
to derive the transformation from a wye (Y or T) network to an
electrically equivalent () network, and vice-versa.1 These transformat