HOMEWORK #1 Due during the second day of classes next week
Wednesday, October 1st for Section 2
Thursday, October 2nd for Section 1 and Section 3
Question 1: Draw an allowable circuit with 3 nodes. Use at least 3 sources (voltage/curr
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OBJECTIVE
This lab is conducted in order to learn to design a basic DAC using R2R ladder network and
to apply circuit solving techniques and to check ourselves using a computer simulation
5Spice.
REPORT
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Objective
The aim of this experiment is to find efficiency of a circuit which is comparing power dissipated at the
output and power delivered to the output. Then we are wanted to adjust circuit elements in or
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Objective:
The aimof this labwork is to investigate the difference between the behavior of an ideal OPAMP and
a nonideal OPAMP. Also in this labwork we observed negative and positive feedback effects in
these two
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Objective
Experimental Work
1)
Figure 1: VA and Vout on the given circuit
2)
a)
Figure 2: for L1=2nH, VA and Vout waveforms
Figure 3: for L1=2uH, VA and Vout waveforms
Figure 4: for L1=20uH, VA and Vout wavef
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Preliminary Work
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this labwork is to indicate and and to practice the difference between an
integrator and a differentiator OPAMP.
a)
The circuit that I implemented for the equation above i
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LABWORK 8
Objective
The aim of this labwork is to analyze third order bufferworth filter in sinusoidal steady state and
observe the response.
Experimental Work
Figure 1: The circuit of butterworth filter
Graph 1: Vout and
EEE 202LAB #4
Lizge Gl Uluda
21102273
22/02/2013
OBJECTIVE
This lab is conducted in order to learn to design a basic DAC using R2R ladder network and
to apply circuit solving techniques and to check ourselves using a computer simulation
5Spice.
REPORT
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LABWORK 10
OBJECTIVE
The aim of this experiment to observe the behavior of different filter types and analyze network
functions.
EXPERIMENTAL WORK
1) Network Function:
HA(s) =
HB(s) = HA*
HC(s) = HB(s) *
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OBJECTIVE
The aim of this experiment is to analyze sdomain circuit and investigate critical and under damping.
EXPERIMENTAL WORK
The discriminant of the denominator P(s) is :
P(s) = R2C2 (26+5)
The values of
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Fall 2007  Midterm
Nov. 6, 2007
1) For the following circuit, L = 1 mH, R = 1 k, and the ideal model in the linear region is assumed for
the OPAMP. Obtain the output voltage vout (t), if v1 (t) = 5 2 sin(106 t) volts and v2
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HOMEWORK #4
Due November 7, Friday at 5:00PM
(Submit to the homework box in front of department secretarys office)
Question 1:
a) Convert the following time domain voltages/currents to
LABORATORY REPORT  CHAPTER 3
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Student ID
Date
Total Grade
/100
Remarks: Record all your measurements and write all your answers in the boxes provided. Do
not write anything in the cells labeled as GRADE. Never forget to explain your re
How to use LTSpice to Plot the Transfer Function:
(You may want to take a look at the example LTSpice file that we shared on Moodle
named LTSpice file for a LPF circuit).
1) After you draw the circuit schematic,
Exercise Questions:
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Vout

VC +
Question 1: For the circuit given above, assume that the input voltage Vin is a step
function as shown on the right.
a) What is VC(
Vin(t)
)?
b) What is the time constant of this circuit?
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c) Draw Vout as a function of
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EEE211 Fall 2014
HOMEWORK #2
Due October 15 for Section 2, October 16th for Sections 1 and 3
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1) Consider the following firstorder circuit. The voltage of the capacitor at t=0 is
vC(0)=2.5V. Find the current iR(t) as a function of time for t>0, using t
EEE 211 Fall 2014
HOMEWORK #3
Due October 24, Friday at 5:00PM
(Submit to the homework box in front of department secretarys office)
Question 1: Find the RC time constant of the following first order circuit
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HOMEWORK #4
Due November 7, Friday at 5:00PM
(Submit to the homework box in front of department secretarys office)
Question 1:
a) Convert the following time domain voltages/currents to