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can you tell me how to find Rlmin in the H4P2 whats the formula an examlpe would be great thx

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  1. JULIAKAPRI
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    I WOULD LOVE TO KNOW THAT TOO ANYONE

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  2. NadiaKamal
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    hey julia i am guessing that you are done with your homework right?

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  3. JULIAKAPRI
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    yes indeed but i do have the same problem you are facing.

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    don't worry will find a way to solve this one too

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    i will be in touch will help you if i figure it out

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    THANKS

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    A non-ideal voltage source can be modeled by a series combination of an ideal DC voltage source, a resistance, and a small-signal voltage source. The small-signal source is included to represent the noise inherent in the source. This model is illustrated in the figure below:

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    VI=9.5 Rin=1kohm Vi=50mv rl= 2kohm 4kohm

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    1. 6.33 2. 0.033 3. 7.6 4. 0.04

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    NADIAA !! MINIMUM VALUE OF RL = 1111.1 ohm set voltage across RL=5v (the same voltage as that of zener ) and Vin=9.5volts apply VDR and Rl =1111.1 ohm

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    thx

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  12. JULIAKAPRI
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    ya problem solved

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    thanks

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    can u help me how u found noise voltage vo?

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    THIS FORUM IS SO GREAT I WISHED I KNEW ABOUT IT WAY BEFORE I STARTED ANY COURSES ONLINE

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