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# The power amplifier of an AM transmitter has an output power

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The power amplifier of an AM transmitter has an output power of 50 W and an efficiency of 60% and is collector modulated. How much audio power is required to be supplied to this stage for 100% modulat

# Very easy thevenin theorem I need to find Vth while R4=RL

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Very easy thevenin theorem I need to find Vth while R4=RL

# What value of current is flowing in the coil if the energy s

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What value of current is flowing in the coil if the energy stored int he air gap is 1.5J? See 20150407_195447.jpg

# Why is the idea of using electronic cash still so popular de

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Why is the idea of using electronic cash still so popular despite the many failures in the last few years

# I am working on a circuit that amplifies small input voltage

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I am working on a circuit that amplifies small input voltages. The input voltage is 50 mV, and the gain should be 100. The amplifier is an instrumentation amplifier (in-amp) (AD623) (datasheet: http:/

# Please reference the attached doc file and provide most comp

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Please reference the attached doc file and provide most complete solution please.

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Please help with this. This is a Regulated DC Power Supply design problem. The students must choose the values of the following parameters for the design: V Out = 6.0 V or 10.0 V or 12.0 V R L = ??

# Looking for ECT 125 DeVry Week 8 Final exam Week 8 : Final E

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Looking for ECT 125 DeVry Week 8 Final exam Week 8 : Final Exam – Final Exam

# Calculate the wavelength of a photon with energy 2.45 eV. En

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Calculate the wavelength of a photon with energy 2.45 eV. Enter the numerical value in m.

# Series Resistive Circuits Solve the following problems from

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Series Resistive Circuits Solve the following problems from Chapter 4 Series Circuits of Grob’s Basic Electronics textbook. SECTION 4 1 WHY CURRENT (I) IS THE SAME IN ALL PARTS OF A SERIES CIRCUIT