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P1. For the bridge rectifier of Figure 1, derive the vs-vo transfer characteristic for a source voltage range of -8V < vs S +8 V, assuming that the diodes are 1N4148 diodes and R, is considerably larger than Rint (e.g., Ri 2 10Rint). Present the characteristic curve as Graph P1. Source Rint IBridge Rectifier D3i Load Figure 1. Bridge rectifier with a resistive load.P2. Assuming 1N4148 diodes, a 500-Hz symmetrical sinusoidal source voltage vs with a magnitude of 16 V peak-to-peak, and a source internal resistance of Rint-50 Ω, simulate the bridge rectifier of Figure 1 with Ri -1 k2, and capture the waveforms of the source voltage vs, input voltage v,, and output voltage vo, for about three cycles. Present the input and output voltage waveforms as Graph P2(a). Repeat the simulation with RL-270 Ω and present the voltage waveforms as Graph P2(b). US 0 0 Graph P2(a). Source, input, and output voltage waveforms of the bridge rectifier of Figure 1, with 1N4148 diodes and RL-1 kΩP3. Consider the circuit of Figure 2 and repeat the simulation of Step P2 for it (with Ri, -1 k2, while the other parameters remain unchanged). Note that the circuit of Figure 2 is the same circuit as that of Figure 1, but with a major difference: The ground of the circuit (denoted by symbol is shorted to the negative terminal of the source. Capture the waveforms of UI, Vo , and 1D4(ie, the current of D.) for about three cycles, as Graph P3 If the current probe utility of your software of choice does not offer plotting capability, you can insert a sm all resistance (eg, 0.1 Ω in value) in series with D4 and probe the voltage drop across the resistor. The current waveform will then be a scaled version of the probed voltage waveform, and the scale factor is the reciprocal of the series resistance Source RintI Bridge Rectifier adZ vo circu Circuit ground Figure 2. Bridge rectifier in which the circuit ground is shorted to the negative terminal of the source 0 VO Graph P3. Waveforms of v, vo, and ip4, in the circuit of Figure 2P4. Consider the circuit of Figure 3, which is a bridge rectifier with a smoothing capacitor. Assume that the diodes are 1N4148 diodes, vs has a 500-Hz symmetrical sinusoidal waveform with a magnitude of 16 V peak-to-peak, C- 1 uF. Then, calculate the average (DC) and peak-to-peak ripple of the output voltage, assuming that R-5. 6 k2. For this exercise, ignore the source resistance (i.e., consider Rint to be a short link). Show all the work. Complete Table P4. Source_ - Rint IBridge Rectifier Smoothing D3i Capacitor Load Figure 3. Bridge rectifier with smoothing capacitor. Table P4. DC output voltage and peak-to-peak rippleThen, assuming Rit-50 Ω, simulate the circuit with RL-5.6 kΩ and capture the source, input, and output voltage waveforms for about three cycles. Present the waveforms as Graph P4(a). Repeat the simulation with RL-56 kΩ and R1-560 Ω Save the waveforms as Graph P4(b) and Graph P4(c), respectively. US 0 0 Graph P4(a). Source, input, and output voltage waveforms for the bridge rectifier with smoothing capacitor of Figure 3, with Rint 50 2 and Ri-5.6 k2.0 0 Graph P4(b). Source, input, and output voltage waveforms for the bridge rectifier with smoothing capacitor of Figure 3, with Rit-50 Ω and RL-56 kΩ

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