Jason Bell
Chapter 11, page 350, problem 34
Chapter 13, page 411, problem 34
Chapter 14, page 447, problems 32 and 38
34.
Calculate the component current and voltage values for the circuit shown
inFigure 11.43b.
XL = 2fL=2pi(60)(1H) = 37.68k
ZP= 1/sqrt(1/

Weekly iLab
ECT125: Week 6 iLab 3
iLab Steps
Part I: Bandpass or Notch?
1.
Construct the circuit shown below on the breadboard.
2.
Use the techniques described in the lecture to predict which type of filter the circuit above
will be.
Notch Filter
3.
Deter

Weekly iLab
ECT125: Week 6 iLab 2
iLab Steps
Part I: RC Low and High Pass Filters
1.
Construct the circuit shown below on the breadboard.
2.
Vary the frequency from minimum to maximum frequencies and observe the input and
output waveforms on the oscillosc

Weekly iLab
ECT125: Week 6 iLab 1
iLab Steps
Part I: Logarithms
1.Determine the logarithms of the following numbers.
a.
Log(302) = 2.48000694296
b.
Log(2) = 0.30102
c.
Log(501) = 2.7
d.
Log(.333) = 0.478
e.
Log(3) = _0.477
f.
Log(1) = 0
g.
Log(67972) = 4.

Weekly iLab
ECT125: Week 5 iLab 3
iLab Steps
Exercise: Resistor and Inductor in Series With Parallel Combination of Capacitor and Resistor
1.
Construct the series-parallel circuit shown on your breadboard.
2.Determine the total circuit impedance (includin

Weekly iLab
ECT125: Week 5 iLab 2
iLab Steps
Part I: Capacitor in Series with Parallel Combination of Inductor and Resistor
1.
Construct the series-parallel circuit shown on your breadboard.
2.Determine the total circuit impedance (including phase) for th

Week 5 iLab
ECT125: Week 5 iLab 1
iLab Steps
Part I: Inductor in Series with Parallel Combination of Capacitor and Resistor
1.
Construct the series-parallel circuit shown on your breadboard.
2.
Determine the total circuit impedance (including phase) for t

Weekly iLab
ECT125: Week 4 iLab 2
iLab Steps
Part I: Current in RL Circuits
Step 1: Circuit Analysis and Construction
1.
Place a 220 resistor in parallel with a 1 V sine wave ac supply oscillating at 10 kHz on
your breadboard.
2.
Use your DMM to measure t

Week 2 iLab
Triangles and the Pythagorean
Theorem
iLab Steps
Part I: Angle Properties
Step 1: Triangle Construction
Use the protractor provided on the
last page and a ruler to construct the
following right triangles on a piece of
paper.
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Jason Bell
Week 1 Homework
Chapter 10, pages 309310, problems 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10
Chapter 12, pages 373374, problems 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10
Chapter 16, pages 515516, problems 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, and 16
2.
Calculate the value of vL developed across a 4.7 H