Category Archives: EET201

Your Amplitude May Vary

When is a volt not necessarily a volt? When it’s an output amplitude from a signal generator which doesn’t measure its own output… Continue reading

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A Method To The Madness

Why the values chosen for 5% resistor values (1k, 470 ohms, 2.2k, etc.) are the way they are. Continue reading

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“Wye Knot”

What is the resistance between two corners of a cube made from one-ohm resistors? Continue reading

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Superposition

Superposition is a useful tool for circuit analysis. Here’s how it works. Continue reading

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