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Professor Oldham

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

EECS 40 — MIDTERM #1

2 October 2000

Fall 2000

Name:

Student ID:

 

Last,

First

Signature:

 

TA:

Ben

 

Warren

Naratip

Guidelines:

1. Closed book and notes except 1 page of formulas.

2. You may use a calculator.

3. Do not unstaple the exam.

4. Show all your work and reasoning on the exam in order to receive full or partial credit.

5. This exam contains 8 problems and corresponding worksheets plus the cover page.

 

Points

Your

Problem

Possible

Score

1

15

 

2

15

 

3

12

 

4

10

 

5

15

 

6

10

 

7

11

 

8

12

 

Total

100

 
= –15 f 10 = –12 p 10 n = 10 –9 = 10 –6
= –15
f
10
= –12
p
10
n
= 10 –9
= 10 –6
m
= 10 –3
K
= 10 3
M
= 10 6

Problem 1 (15 points)

What is the value of the unknown node voltage in each of the following circuits? Assume diodes are perfect rec- tifiers.

(a) x A B R y ABCx y R C (b) A z B T
(a)
x
A
B
R
y
ABCx
y
R
C
(b)
A
z
B
T
ABCz
T
C
(c)
Is R = T for all possible inputs?

YESz B T ABCz T C (c) Is R = T for all possible inputs? NO

NOB T ABCz T C (c) Is R = T for all possible inputs? YES (WARNING:

(WARNING: You must fill out truth tables in this problem to receive credit.)

Prob. 1 Worksheet

Problem 2 (15 points)

2V

200K

10 A

 
      z
   

z

+

+  
 
+  
+  
 
  2 A  

2 A

 
  2 A  
 
   
   
      z +     2 A        
      z +     2 A        
+     2 A         y 100K (a) (b) (c) Find V

y

100K

(a)

(b)

(c)

Find

V

y

.

 

3V

Find

V

x

.

2mA 1K x +
2mA
1K
x
+

Find power delivered by the voltage source.

 

V

y

=

2K

 

V

x

=

P

3

=

Prob. 2 Worksheet

Problem 3 (12 points)

For the circuit below:

(a)

Identify known and unknown node voltages, and

(b)

Write sufficient nodal equations to solve for the unknown node voltages (do not solve).

+

V AA

b R 4 R 1 I DD I CC c a R 2 + V
b
R 4
R 1
I DD
I CC
c
a
R 2
+
V BB

d

R 3

Nodal Equations:

(a.1) known node voltages:

(a.2) unknown node voltages:

Prob. 3 Worksheet

Problem 4 (10 points) For the circuit below, using nodal analysis write sufficient equations to find

x

y + V BB R 1 I CC + R 2 V AA
y
+
V BB
R 1
I CC
+
R 2
V AA

V x

and

V y

. Do not solve.

Equations:

Prob. 4 Worksheet

Problem 5 (15 points)

+ V C 5K 1pF t = 0 (initially + 8K uncharged) 2K + 8V
+
V C
5K
1pF
t
=
0
(initially
+
8K
uncharged)
2K
+
8V
2V
For the circuit above, the capacitor is initially uncharged. The switch closes at
t
=
0
.

(a)

Find

V C

for

t

=

0

+

and

t

.

V C

(

t

=

0 + )

=

V C (t • ) = (b) Sketch (very neatly and accurately!) vs. t on
V
C (t
• ) =
(b)
Sketch (very neatly and accurately!)
vs.
t on the graph below. You must label the axes.
V C
capacitor voltage Vc

(c)

Write an equation for

V C (t)

.

time

V C (t) =

Prob. 5 Worksheet

Problem 6 (10 points) In the lab on RC circuits, you measure the pulse response of the circuit below.

R IN C OUT
R
IN
C OUT

You know

R

is

2K

input pulse 10 V high, 100 ns long

. What is the value of

C

?

output pulse
output pulse

reaches 8V

C =

Prob. 6 Worksheet

Problem 7 (11 points) You measure the I-V graph of a circuit in a “black box” in the lab.

I A + V B
I
A
+
V
B
6 5 4 3 2 1 0 -5 0 5 10 -1 -2 mA
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
-5
0
5
10
-1
-2
mA

Volts

What is a possible circuit that is in the box? Draw here .

A

B

Prob. 7 Worksheet

Problem 8 (12 points) In this experiment you “peek,” i.e., you open the box before testing it. You see the following circuit:

I 1M + 2M + 2M 3V
I
1M
+ 2M
+
2M
3V

A

V

B

What will be the I-V graph you will measure for this circuit? (You must label axes for credit.)

I

mA
mA

Volts

V

Prob. 8 Worksheet