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Cheat Sheet
Impedances:
Zr = R
ZC = i/C
ZL = iL
Vout =
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Vin
Z1 + Z2
Voltage divider (Z1 top, measured across Z2)
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Physics 334
Notes for Lab 7 OpAmps II
March 3, 2014
In this lab, well look at some of the ways that op amps can improve (in some cases nearly perfect)
some circuits weve visited earlier. It is a good idea to follow the practices of previous labs using a
s
Physics 334
Notes for Lab 8 Positive Feedback and Oscillators
March 6, 2014
Oscillators are remarkably easy to make. In fact, when youre dealing with high gain, high speed
circuits, or circuits with lots of delay in their feedback loop, they have a rather
Physics 334
Notes for Lab 3 Resonance, Diodes and Rectifiers
January 23, 2014
Remember: In this lab and others, unless explicitly instructed otherwise, you should measure scope
signals with the x10 scope probes. These probes increase the input impedance t
First Lab Scope Exercises, Equipment Introduction, Ohms Law
and Voltage Dividers
January 17, 2014
Lab Introduction
1
Scope Exercises
The Oscilloscope, or scope for short, is probably the most ubiquitous and generally useful piece of equipment
in almost an
PHYS 334 Summer 2016
HW 2
due July 7, 2016
(total 50 points)
1. Find the Thevenin and Norton equivalent for the circuit to the left of ab (5 points)
2. Find the Thevenin and Norton equivalent for the following circuit to the left of ab. (10 points)
This
Physics 334
Notes for Lab 2 Capacitors
January 22, 2014
1
Signals
First, heres a review of some important points, courtesy of Professor Vilches.
The ratio between two periodic signals in decibels (dB) is given by
Ratio (in dB) = 10 log10
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Physics 334
Notes for Lab 5 Transistors II
February 7, 2014
First some reminders:
Heres a reminder of the pin outs:
C
B
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the same. i.e.
E
B
E
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C
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E
B
C
Viewed from Bottom
Be sure to verify the part numbers and valu
Physics 334
Notes for Lab 6 Introduction to OpAmps
February 21, 2014
Advice:
Use x10 probes for all scope measurements.
Minimize the number of wires and connections. Think about how to lay out circuits so that
you need very few, preferably no small jump
Physics 334
Notes for Lab 5 Transistors II
(Edited for Kunert labs)
February 7, 2015
First some reminders:
Heres a reminder of the pin outs:
C
B
E
In both cases, pinouts look
the same. i.e.
B
E
3904NPN
E
B
C
C
3906PNP
(Viewed from Bottom)
Be sure to verif
Physics 334
Notes for Lab 3 Resonance, Diodes and Rectiers
January 23, 2014
Remember: In this lab and others, unless explicitly instructed otherwise, you should measure scope
signals with the x10 scope probes. These probes increase the input impedance to
Physics 334
Notes for Lab 2 Capacitors
January 22, 2014
1
Signals
First, heres a review of some important points, courtesy of Professor Vilches.
The ratio between two periodic signals in decibels (dB) is given by
Ratio (in dB) = 10 log10
P1
V1
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Homework #2
1) An automobile battery has a terminal voltage of 12.8V with no load. When the
starter motor, which draws 90A, is running the terminal voltage drops to 11V. What is the
internal resistance of the battery? What percentage of the chemical power
Book: Electronics with Discrete Components
By: Enrique J. Galvez
HW#1:
Envision a long rectangular block made of a resistive material, that has a measured
resistance R when put into a simple circuit with a battery and the wires attached to each
end. Now c
Homework #3
1) In the below circuit we want to determine Vout as a function of time. To do this, split
the circuit at node A. The lefthand part looks like a Thevenin equivalent circuit, with an
AC source and an internal resistance of 100 ohms. Now determi
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EXAM 2
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PHYS 334 Summer 2016
Homework 3
Due 7/19/2016 (30 points)
Given below is a diode and resistor in a voltage divider arrangement.
Determine the potential difference across the diode (V) and the current through the
diode (I) using the loadline method. This
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EXAM 2
TOTAL POINTS:35
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