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Lab 9, values for C, L and D on the last exercise. In the first part, C=126.5e-12 and R=25000 I tried C=120u, L=100m, and D=65% but no success. Any help?

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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for the lasta part??? just let all the values as it was, and at the square impulse change tha duty cycle to 53
with c=1u and h=2m, it won't check :c
have the same problem as you 126.5e-12 and 25000 but im not getting the chreck

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its 58
so leave everything and change d to 58
becuase that doesnt give me the check can you show me a screenshot
after changing d to 58 perform 10ms TRAN simulation and check it without closing TRAN
finally lab 9 is also done... thanks everyone
Lab9 finally completed.. C= 126.5e-12 farads R=25000 Ohms and change duty cycle in last diagram from 50 to 58.. best of luck press best response if someone is helped
tell me completely lab9

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