Final Exam (200 pts: 25 pts each)- Spring 1996 - M. Cahay
Name: KEZ
ELECTRONICS I
June 5, 1996
I. In the circuit below, express two in terms of v1 and 1);. Assume the op-amps
are ideal. Calculate vo if
121 = 3ain(2wX60t) + 0.013in(2rX1000t)Volts, (1)

Homework 1
Due: 13 May 2016
1. For the circuit in Figure 1 calculate R1 to the nearest standard value so that this circuit has a
minimum of 50mA flowing through it. Assume VD = 0.7V
a. With your standard value of R1 what would VPS have to change to get 25

College of Engineering and Applied Science
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems
EECE 2070L
Lab 2 Diode Characteristics
Objective:
To determine the operating characteristics of solid state diodes and their behavior in various
circuits.

College of Engineering and Applied Science
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems
EECE 2070L
Lab 3 Half-Wave Rectifiers, Bridge Rectifiers and Regulated Power Supplies
Objective:
To Measure the reverse characteristics of zener diodes an

Designing a simple regulated power supply
Things to consider,
1. The Zener diode must always stay on for proper regulation.
2. The effect RL and Ri have on the Ripple voltage
3. The effect C1 will have on the ripple voltage
Design Considerations:
1. There

College of Engineering and Applied Science
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems
EECE 2070L
Lab 1 Measurements and Review
Objective:
To review lessons learned in Networks and understand what is expected of each student
in Electronics 1

Homework 2 Due Friday May 20th
For all problems round component values to the nearest standard value that keeps your design
within the specified requirements. On you calculations page I expect to see your calculations for
all problems and circuits drawn f

Test 1 - Winter 1995 - M. Cahay
Name: m
ELECTRONICS I
. January 23, 1995
I. The gure below shows a voltage source connected to the input of an ampli-
er. R, is the source resistance. R.- and C.- are the input resistance and input
capacitance of the am

VZ is a rating, it is the operating point of the Zener diode or the breakdown region on the Zener Diode
voltage curve. Remember Zener diodes are used in a reverse bias condition. A typical voltage
characteristic curve of a Zener diode is drawn in a forwar