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Figure 10 10. a) In Figure 10, <description of obj...

Figure 10 10. a) In Figure 10, <description of object will go here>. What is this object, and what is its purpose in the datapath? b) In Figure 10, <description of object will go here>. What is this object, and what is its purpose in the datapath? c) In Figure 10, ...

Project # 1 Design a two stage MOSFET amplifier to give an ...

Project # 1 Design a two stage MOSFET amplifier to give an absolute Midband voltage gain of Av = 10, f. = 440 Hz and fn = 53 MHz. The amplifier should have high input resistance to reduce the effect of Rsig on the voltage gain. It should also have a very low output resistance to reduce the effect...

If the multistage amplifier below is driven by a 75 Ohm, 50 ...

If the multistage amplifier below is driven by a 75 Ohm, 50 mV source and the second stage is loaded with an RL = 18 KOhms, determine: a. Voltage gain of each stage. b. Overall voltage gain. C. Sketch the input (Vin), Q1 Collector (also Q2 Base), and output (Vout) sinusoidal waveforms. Be sure ...

Problem # 1 Find the Thevenin and Norton equivalent of the ...

Problem # 1 Find the Thevenin and Norton equivalent of the network shown and determine the maximum power that can be extracted from terminal AB. 2mA m A 6K 2K 6V 8K BK lok ß 3K Problem #2 Find the output voltage Vo in the Op-Amp circuit shown: 5K m 50K lok 110K = 14 Vo ...

Question3 (9 marks) a) Design a Low-Pass active filter (usi...

Question3 (9 marks) a) Design a Low-Pass active filter (using idcal operational amplifier) with a cut-off frequency of 1500 rad/s and a pass-band gain of 10. Use a capacitor value of 100 nF. b) Draw its Bode magnitude plot showing its pass-band gain, cutoff frequency and stop-band slope. c) Find...

The following VHDL module can be implemented using a a decod...

The following VHDL module can be implemented using a a decoder correction and o input 1. (25 points) This code has two errors. Circle the errors and write 4:16 decoder and in the OR add dots to the schematic to implement the logic of the code will boxes. OR gate. The code clearly implements a mu...

Question 2 (8 marks) a) Design a band pass filter circuit, ...

Question 2 (8 marks) a) Design a band pass filter circuit, using ideal operational amplifier(s), with a lower cut-off frequency =1000 rad/s, higher cut-off frequency 15000 rad/s and a pass-band gain of 10. Use a capacitors value of 100 nF. b) Find its output voltage vout(1) for vin(t) EST 100 co...

1. If the waveform is represented as A cos(wot + ß), ...

1. If the waveform is represented as A cos(wot + ß), find the values of A, w, and ß. Express ß in degrees. v(t) 40V. -1 0 1 3 5 7 t(msec) -40V Current i(t) = 10 sin(200t+60°) + 5 cos(200t+30°) - 8 cos(200t) is simplified as A cos(wot + ß). What are the val...

Question #6: (20 marks) For the circuit, i(0) = 0, and R1 =...

Question #6: (20 marks) For the circuit, i(0) = 0, and R1 = 3 S2, R2 = 2 S2, R3 = 5 0, V1 = 3V,V2=1 V, L = 2 H, and A = 10. Find i(t) through the following steps: R1 io t = 2 seconds i(t) V1 u(t - 1) + R2 + V = A io L + R3 V2u(t) Question #7: (20 marks) Consider the following circui...

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