EXPERIMENT 10
TWO PORT NETWORKS
OBJECTIVE: Investigate the terminal characteristics of two port networks. Parameters
of the series parallel and cascade connection of the networks will be examined.
PRELIMINARY WORK
P1
a) In the T equivalent circuit shown i
EXPERIMENT 8
PSPICE SIMULATION 2: NATURAL AND FORCED RESPONSE OF RLC
CIRCUITS
OBJECTIVE: The object of the experiment is to simulate natural and forced response of
RLC circuits.
EXPERIMENTAL WORK
E1 Plot the Capacitor Voltage versus time. Initial conditio
EXPERIMENT 6
CHARACTERISTICS OF RC CIRCUITS
OBJECTIVE: The object of the experiment is to learn the timing characteristics of RC
circuits.
PRELIMINARY WORK
P1
a) For the RC circuit shown in Figure 6.1 find and plot VC (t) for charging and
discharging peri
EXPERIMENT 6
THEVENIN EQUIVALENT and OPAMP
OBJECTIVE: The object of the experiment is to learn the timing characteristics of RC
circuits.
EXPERIMENTAL WORK
E1
a) Find the Thevenin Equivalent with respect to terminals a-b
VTH = ?
RTH = ?
b) Connect a 4 ohm
EXPERIMENT 5
RECIPROCITY AND MAXIMUM POWER THEOREMS
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this experiment is to verify experimentally Reciprocity
and Maximum Power Theorems
PRELIMINARY WORK
P1 When 250 resistor RL in Figure 5.1 is replaced by a variable load resistor
EXPERIMENT 4
NETWORK THEOREMS
THEVENIN, NORTON AND SUPERPOSITION
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this experiment is to verify experimentally the important
network theorems such as Thevenins, Nortons and Superposition
PRELIMINARY WORK
P1 Given the network in Fig
EXPERIMENT 8
PSPICE SIMULATION 1: BASICS OF PSPICE
OBJECTIVE: The object of the experiment is to learn the basics of PSPICE. Measuring
current, voltage, power and resistance using PSPICE
PRELIMINARY WORK
P1 Find voltage, current and power of all resistors
EXPERIMENT 3
KIRCHOFFS LAW
OBJECTIVE: To verify Kirchoffs voltage and current laws and to validate the
conservation of power in linear resistive networks.
EQUIPMENT
Digital Multimeter (DMM)
Avometer (AVO8)
Power Supply
Resistors
PRELIMINARY WORK
P1 Calcul
EXPERIMENT 2
LINEAR AND NONLINEAR RESISTIVE NETWORKS
OBJECTIVE: Some linear and nonlinear simple resistive elements such as resistor,
light bulb, diode, thermistor and photoresistor will be examined as one port resistive
elements.
PRELIMINARY WORK
P1 Plot
CHAPTER 1 1.1. Given the vectors M = -10ax + 4ay - 8az and N = 8ax + 7ay - 2az , find: a) a unit vector in the direction of -M + 2N. -M + 2N = 10ax - 4ay + 8az + 16ax + 14ay - 4az = (26, 10, 4) Thus a= b) the magnitude of 5ax + N - 3M: (5, 0, 0) + (8, 7,
Complex Analysis
Richard F. Bass
These notes are c 2006 by Richard F. Bass. They may be used for personal or
classroom purposes, but not for commercial purposes.
1. The algebra of complex numbers.
Let (a, b) R R be pairs of real numbers with addition dene