Consider the attached circuit. Thesinusoidal source voltage is Vs(t)=20sin(2 pi t). The diode is ideal. What would the correct sketch of the source voltage and load voltage look like as a function of time?

A voltage amplifier ideally should have the input-output relationship of vo= 100*vi but in practice the relationship is vo = vi*(98 + (2/k)*vi), where k= 1*10^–3V.
(a)Determinethe expression forthe output voltage when a 10 mV(peak), 800 Hz, sinusoidal input signal is applied to the amplifier.
(b)Sketch the frequ

In the diode shown, the diodes are ideal except that each is modeled by a voltage source of 0.5V in series with a (diode) resistance of rd = 20, when forward biased. A sinusoidal signal Vs with input impedance Rs=100 is connected to the diode circuit. Determinethe maximum value of Vs such that Vo remains sinusoidal, with no dis

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Please refer to the problem stated in the attached file.
(Forthe full-wave rectifier circuit shown below, the supply voltage is 18-V rms sinusoidal, Vdo is approximately 0.7V and R=120. What is the value for PIV?)
This is my solution:
Piv=2Vs-Vd
2*18sq

1. A series RL circuit containing a 0.17-H inductor has a time constant of 0.13 s. What is the resistance in the circuit?
2. A 1000-ohm's resistor is joined in series with a 400-mH inductance and a 12-V battery. (a) What is the time constant of the circuit? (b) How long will it take after the circuit is completed for voltage

Estimate the power developed in the 8 Ω speaker of the circuit of the attached figure for a 1 kHz sinusoidal input signal of 100 mV peak. All capacitors may be assumed to act as a short circuit at the frequency of operation.

Determinethe voltage drop (from top to bottom) across the 16 ohm resistor in the circuit shown. Determinethe voltage drop across the 4 ohm resistor. What is the voltage V?

Determinethe voltage drop (from top to bottom) across the 16ohm resistor. Also, determinethe voltage drop (from top to bottom) across the 4ohm resistor. Referring to the circuit, what is the voltage v? Show how you arrived at your answer.

In the circuit of FIGURE 2 (in the attachment), the generator V1 has a voltage of 120 volts (r.m.s.) @ 60 Hz and generator V2 has a frequency of 50 Hz. The load is represented by an inductor of 0.1 H and a resistor of 20 Ohms.
(a) Determinethe r.m.s. voltage of V2 if the reading on the ammeter, which reads true r.m.s., is to