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H7P3 THE CURSE OF LEAD INDUCTANCE Assume that the initial voltage across the load is zero. What is the final voltage across the load? Write an algebraic expression for this final value in terms of the parameters given: Write an algebraic expression for the time constant of this circuit in terms of the parameters given: Now, let's get down to numbers. Let V=3.3V, RS=22.0Ω, RO=50.0Ω, and L=15.44nH. How much time, in nanoseconds, does it take for the output voltage to reach vO=1.65V? This is a pretty significant amount of time! For comparison, how long, in nanoseconds, does light take to go 2cm? Remember, the speed of light is 299792458m/s.
all ans are of H7P3. ans 3) 0.273 ans 4) 0.0667
brunofornari :ans 1) (V*RO)/(RO+RS) ans 2 ) L/(RO+RS)
1. (V*RO)/(RO+RS) 2. L/(RO + RS) 3. 0.273 4. 0.0667