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Solution_Set_8_Rev00h
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j15O
V0
V
\u00b0
\u222045
7
10O
-j5O
Problem Set 8 (Posted for Tuesday Nov. 7/06)
8.1 Using voltage divider :
Vo = 7
o
45
\u2220
.
L
C
R
L
Z
Z
Z
Z
+
+
=7
o
45
\u2220
.
15
5
10
15+
\u2212j
=7
o
45
\u2220
.
10
10
90
15
j
o
+
\u2220
( * Note : According to the convention
in this course, the arrow point to the
=7
o
45
\u2220
.
o
o
45
2
10
90
15
\u2220
\u2220
higher potential , which might be the
opposite to those physics background)
= 5.252
0
90
\u2220
v
8.2 Using current divider:
Io = 12
o
60
\u2220
.
15
3
12
12
j
\u2212
+
= 12
o
60
\u2220
.
o
45
2
15
12\u2212
\u2220
=
o
105
5
2
24
\u2220
A
Vo= Io(-j 15\u2126)
=
o
105
5
2
24
\u2220
. 15
o
90
\u2212
\u2220
= 72
o
15
2\u2220
V
3O
V0
A
\u00b0
\u222060
12
12 O
-j15O
Io
Solution_Set_8_Rev00h
Page 2 | 10
j1O
I0
V
\u00b0
\u222090
1002O
-j2O
1O
VO
ZO
4O
A
\u00b0
\u222045
10
-j4O
j2O
IR
8. Zo = -2j // 1 =
j
j
2
1
2
\u2212
\u2212
=
)
2
1
(
2
1
)
2
1
(
2
j
j
j
j
+
\u2212
+
\u2212
=
52
4
j
\u2212

= 0.8 \u2013 0.4j\u2126
Using voltage divider:
Vo = 100

o
90
\u2220
.
j
Z
Z
O
O
+
+2
= 100
o
90
\u2220
.
j
j
j
+
+
\u2212
\u2212
2
4
.
0
8
.
0
4
.
0
8
.
0
= 100
o
90
\u2220
.
o
o
1
.
12
86
.
2
6
.
26
894
.
0
\u2220\u2212
\u2220
= 31.26
o
3
.
51
\u2220
V
Io=
\u03a9
1
O
v= 31.26
o
3
.
51
\u2220
A
8.4 Power is absorbed only by the resistor. Inductors and capacitors only store energy.
They do not consume.
Using current divider:
IR= 10
o
45
\u2220
.
4
4
2
4
2
+
\u2212
\u2212
j
j
j
j
= 10
o
45
\u2220
.
j
j
2
4
2
\u2212
\u2212
= 10
o
45
\u2220
.
o
o
6
.
26
47
.
4
90
2
\u2212
\u2220\u2212
\u2220
= 4.47
o
4
.
18
\u2212
\u2220
Average power PA=2
1| IR|2 R =2
1(4.47)2. 440
\u2248
W
Solution_Set_8_Rev00h
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8.5
jC
Zc
1
=
Using Voltage Divider
Vout=
jC
R
R
R
1
1
2
2
+
+
.Vin
Examine the denominator:
D(\u03c9)=
)
(
1
2
1
R
R
C
j
+
+
\u03c9
At very low frequency
)
(
1
2
1
R
R
C
j
+
<<
\u03c9
, D(\u03c9)=
)
(
1
2
1
R
R
C
+
At very high frequency
)
(
1
2
1
R
R
C
j
+
>>
\u03c9
, D(\u03c9)=\u03c9
j
Somewhere in between when
)
(
1
2
1
R
R
C
j
+
=
\u03c9
we call this cut off frequency\u03c90. In this
example\u03c90=
)
(
1
2
1
R
R
C
+
Therefore
)
C(R
1
j
R
R
R
j
)
C(R
j
1
CR
j
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
R
R
V
V
in
out
+
+
+
=
+
+
=
\u03c9
\u03c9
\u03c9
\u03c9