In the complementary output rectifier, If Vs=26*sin 2*pi*60*t Volts, sketch the output waveforms vo+ and vo- versus time, assuming Vgamma=.6V for each diode. I don't understand the graphic questions. Will there ever be a time when the voltage goes negative? because it looks like a FWR. Thanks
Consider the function in the attached file- the cost of the minimal SOP expression is 14, which includes four gates and 10 inputs to the gates. Use Shannon's expansion to derive a multilevel circuit that has a lower cost and give the cost of your circuit.
Consider the function (see the attached file). Design a circuit that implements f using the minimal number of two-input LUTs. Please see the attached MS Word File.
Design the simplest POS circuit that implements the function. f(x1,x2,x3) = PRODUCT M(0,2,5) A. f = (x1 + x3)(xbar + x2 + xbar3) B. f = (x1 + x3)(xbar1 + xbar3) C. f = x1(xbar1 + x2 + xbar3) D. f = (x1x3)(xbar1 + x2 + xbar3)
Determine the relationship between the two logic expressions. Please see attached MS Word file for the complete program, in order to answer which of the following relationships is true. A. f= g+x1 B. f= g C. f= g + x2 D. none of the above
Determine the capacitance required in a half wave rectifier to produce a ripple voltage less than 0.2V. Assume that the input is a 60Hz signal with maximum voltage VM=100V and the load resistance R= 10kW. I'm confused. What formulas do I use and how do I solve this?
Questions on Magnetostatics and Maxwell's Equations for the Time Varying Field are attached.
A sinusoidal voltage has a maximum value of 100V, and the value is 10V at t=0. The period is T=1ms. Determine v(t) for this sinusoidal voltage.
Find v for the op-amp circuit shown assuming an ideal Op Amp. See attached file for full problem description.
Find current "i" for the op-amp circuit shown in the attachment, assuming an ideal Op Amp (operational amplifier).
Referring to the circuit shown in the attachment, what is the voltage "v"?