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I had a quick question about one of the exercises of my electronics book. Step #1 says that I should do:
(5 - 0.7)/(10 + 101 * 1) = 0.039 mA
However, I can't seem to find where the 0.7V comes from. I simulated the circuit in Multisim and i'm measuring the voltages everywhere...
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I am trying to do a simple digital electronics project where I put two seven segment displays and once I connect the voltage source, the displays start counting automatically from 00 to 99.
Here is a video of exactly what I want to do:
My group and I found the attached...
Homework Statement
I need to simulate a AND/NAND gate with Emitter Coupled Logic. As i'm sure that most of you know, ECL is mostly used to make OR/NOR gates, so finding out how to make a NAND/AND gate is not as easy as it sounds.
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I...
Homework Statement
Hey guys. I am trying to calculate the Voltage Transfer Characteristic (VTC i.e. Vout vs. Vin) of a simulated circuit in Multisim but for some reason it doesn't appear to be working. I pressed Simulate --> Analyses ---> DC Sweep --> Selected the input pulsed voltage as...
Hey guys. I am simply trying to derive the equation for Vout in a PMOS inverter (attached). I know that in an NMOS inverter (which has the resistor in top of the transistor instead of the bottom) the equation for Vout is:
Vdd - id*rd.
But how does the resistor being in the bottom change...
Homework Statement
Design a 2-input XOR with the following specifications:
RL = 1KΩ
VDD = 1.8V
VOL = 0.1V
VOH = 1.7V
Homework Equations
Triode:
Id = μnCox W/L VDS (VGS - Vt - VDS/2)
Cutoff:
Id = 0.
The Attempt at a Solution
Searching on my book I found the image...
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How to find W/L??
Homework Statement
The exercise already tells me that the value of W/L is 2. However, I can't seem to understand where that result came from. I'd like to know how I can get to that conclusion.
Here is the exercise with the graph of the inverter:
Inverter image...
I'm starting my Digital Electronics course and I'm having trouble understanding how this example from my book gets to it's conclusion.
It's about designing an inverter with certain specifications, but how do I find the value of W/L??? How do I get the 2 that the answer says?
Here are the...
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First thing you need to do is turn the G(s) in a general form i.e. make it 3 * 5 * (s/3 + 1)(s/5 + 1) etc...
After that, you take whichever constant you get (from the 3 * 5 divided by whatever you get in the denominator). Let's call that constant K. You evaluate 20log(K) and you will get a...
Hey guys. I need to graph a piecewise function in MATLAB and I don't know how to do it. On top of that, it is also in radians:
f(θ)
=
(80/∏2) θ, -∏/2 ≤ θ ≤ ∏/2
(80/∏) - (80/∏2) θ, ∏/2 ≤ θ ≤ 3∏/2
How do I graph it in MATLAB? And other than that, is there a way in MATLAB that I can take...
Homework Statement
Hey guys. So I have this homework exercise where I have to convert the following periodic function in radians into a periodic function in time.
f(θ) = (80/∏2) θ, -∏/2 ≤ θ ≤ ∏/2
(80/∏) - (80/∏2) θ, ∏/2 ≤ θ ≤ 3∏/2
Homework Equations
θ = ω0 t
ω0 = 2∏/T...
Ok thanks a lot! One more quick question. I am trying to simulate this circuit (quite complicated) and I can't seem to get an output signal that seems sinusoidal. I think it has something to do with the Refine factor, because when I simulate simpler circuits I DO get a good sine wave. Do you...
Let's say I simulate a simple filter in simulink and I want to see the transfer function graph (bode plot) of it. What do I do to get Vout/ Vin? I tried using the "PS Divide" Block and divide the output voltage and the input voltage, but that didn't work. Could anyone help me out here?
This...
Hey guys! Im new using Simulink. I was trying to simulate a circuit with an AC voltage source but the graph I get isn't anywhere near a sine wave. What do I need to put to the model to make it work??
Model:
http://i1226.photobucket.com/albums/ee410/jean28x/simulinkpic1.jpg
Graph I get...
Hey guys. I was wondering if anyone could give me some hints or help me understand well how to get transfer functions off bode plots. Here is an example I need to solve:
http://i1226.photobucket.com/albums/ee410/jean28x/bodeplotcalc.jpg
This is the Bode plot of a Broadband Bandreject Op Amp amplifier. The exercise says this:
I know that in order to get both cutoff frequencies I need to subtract 3 dB from the plot, but how do I get the gain? I would think that the gain is 3 dB because it is also the distance between the top of...