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# The input to the circuit shown in Figure SP 9-2 is the voltage of the voltage source

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Problem SP9-2

The input to the circuit shown in Figure SP 9-2 is the voltage of the voltage source, vi(t). The output is the voltage vo(t) across resistor R2. The input is the pulse signal specified graphically by the plot. Use PSpice to plot the output vo(t) as a function of t for each of the following cases: (a) C 1 F, L 0.25 H, R1 R2 1.309 V (b) C 1 F, L 1 H, R1 3 V, R2 1 V (c) C 0.125 F, L 0.5 H, R1 1 V, R2 4 V Plot the output for these three cases on the same axis. Hint: Represent the voltage source, using the PSpice part named VPULSE. 0 5 vi (V) 10 15 t (s) 5 vo v (t) i (t) R1 + C + R2 L Figure SP 9-2

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