# EE 2274 DIODE OR GATE & CLIPPING CIRCUIT

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1 Prelab Part I: Diode OR Gate LTspice use 1N4002 EE 2274 DIODE OR GATE & CLIPPING CIRCUIT 1. Design a diode OR gate, Figure 1 in which the maximum current thru R1 I R1 = 9mA assume Vin = 5Vdc. Design the R1 resistor with a single diode on such that the current thru the diode is 9ma assume the forward diode voltage drop V D = 0.6 Vdc. Show all work including the LTspice schematic and plots. a. Use two 1N4002 diodes. Remember to place on the schematic (.LIB 1N4002.sub) for LTspice. b. Verify your design using LTspice Vin A = 5Vdc and Vin B = 0vdc, use a diode 1N4002 and the closes standard resistor value for R1. Include LTspice schematic. c. Plot the voltage transfer function (DC Sweep) by varying the input voltage on Pin A while holding the voltage at Pin B to 0V. d. Assume the Vin A sweeps from 0V to 5V. Turn in the plot. e. Verify that the maximum current thru diode is within specification from LTspice. Vin A Vin B Vin A R1 Vin B FIGURE 1 2. Simulate the circuit again after substituting D1N914 diodes for the 1N4002 diodes. a. Plot the voltage transfer function by sweeping the input voltage from 0v to 5v on Pin A while holding the voltage at Pin B to 0V. b. Determine the maximum diode current. Page 1 of 9

2 Part II: Prelab Clipping Circuit (use 1N914 diodes) Given the circuit in Figure 2, sketch by hand (do not use Pspice or LTspice) the input v in and output v out signals expected 1. v in = 8 V pp, 1 khz sine + 2 V DC offset. 2. v in = 8 V pp, 1 khz sine 2 V DC offset. Vin R1 3.3k D1 FIGURE 2 Given the circuit in Figure 3, sketch by hand (do not use Pspice or LTspice) the input v i and output v o signals expected 3 v in = 8 V pp, 1 khz sine + 2 V DC offset. 4. v in = 8 V pp, 1 khz sine 2 V DC offset. Vin R1 3.3k D1 FIGURE 3 Page 2 of 9

3 5. Design a clipping circuit as shown below, Figure 4, so that the waveform will be clipped at +2V and 4V. Use R = 3.3kΩ, 1N4002 diodes for D1, and D2. Show all work. Verify your design using PSPICE include schematic and plot of Vin and. Vin = 8Vp 1kHz sinewave for 2 cycles. Vin R D1 D2 Vneg DC DC Vpos FIGURE 4 R = 3.3k, D1,D2 = 1N4002 Your design: Vneg = Vpos = Why might the circuit not clip at exactly -4V and +2V? Page 3 of 9

4 Part I: Diode OR Gate( use 1N4002 diodes) Prelab work sheet 1. Assume a voltage drop of 0.6V across the diode and Vin = 5Vdc. Maximum current allowed through resistor is about 9 ma. Solve for value of R1. R1= For 1N4002 I max from PSPICEor LTspice = 2. For 1N914 I max from LTspice = Part II : Clipping Circuit ( use 1N4002 diodes) Given the circuit in Figure 2, sketch by hand (do not use Pspice) the input v in and output v out signals expected if 1. v in = 8 V pp, 1 khz sine + 2 V DC offset. v out = when v i 0.7V v out = when -0.7V < v i < 0.7V v out = when v i -0.7V 2. Repeat part 1 with v in = 8 V pp, 1 khz sine 2 V DC offset. v out = when v i 0.7V v out = when -0.7V <vi < 0.7V v out = when v i -0.7V Given the circuit in Figure 3, sketch by hand (do not use Pspice or LTspice) the input v i and output v o signals expected if Page 4 of 9

5 3. v in = 8 V pp, 1 khz sine + 2 V DC offset v out = when v i 0.7V v out = when -0.7V < v i < 0.7V v out = when v i -0.7V 4. Repeat part 3 with v i = 8 V pp, 1 khz sine 2 V DC offset. v out = when v i 0.7V v out = when -0.7V < v i < 0.7V v out = when v i -0.7V 5. Verify figure 4 results with LTspice. Turn in with Pre-Lab R = 3.3k, D1,D2 = 1N4002 Your design: Vneg = Vpos = Why might the circuit not clip at exactly -4V and +2V? Required Graphs 1. Part I 1.b LTspice schematic 2. LTspice DC sweep of diode or circuit with 1N LTspice DC sweep of diode or circuit with 1N Sketch of Part II.1 5. Sketch of Part II.2 6. Sketch of Part II.3 7. Sketch of Part II.4 8. Part II.5 LTspice Transient of -4V and 2V clipping circuit figure 4 Page 5 of 9

6 LAB EXERCISE DIODE GATE AND CLIPPING CIRCUIT Part I. Diode OR GATE: 1. Build an OR gate using 1N4001 diodes. Fill in the function table; use the multimeter to measure. 2. Use the Signal Express DC sweep to plot the output voltage. Sweep one input from 0 to 5V while grounding the other input 100mv increments. (Label your graph to be turned in). 3. On the same plot write the scale factor for current thru the resistor. (current = voltages across a known resistance / resistance) Write the scale factor (ma/v) on the plot above. Compare the maximum value for the output current with that obtained from your simulation. 4. Build the circuit below and DC sweep the Vsupply from 0Vdc to 5Vdc. Use a multimeter to measure the voltage across the resistor. Use a resistor Rlimit = 270Ω. Write on the plot a scale factor to convert the voltage across the resistor to current ( ma/v). At what Vdiode does the LED begin to conduct? What is the Vdiode if the current is 9mA? Use the digital voltmeter to measure V diode with the V supply = 5Vdc. Vsupply Rlimit Vdiode LED Page 6 of 9

8 DATA SHEET DIODE GATE & CLIPPING CIRCUIT PART I. (use 1N4001) 1. Fill in the function table, use a multimeter to measure. Vb Va 0Vdc 0Vdc 0Vdc 5Vdc 5Vdc 0Vdc 5Vdc 5Vdc a. Print out DC sweep 0V to 5V using a power supply and turn in with data sheet (open the unused input). b. Maximum current in circuit Calculate from voltage across a resistor. Include a scale factor on your plot (ma/v) Maximum current in LTspice from prelab 2. DC sweep of LED and resistor (Rlimit = 270Ω). Turn in plot with scale factor. At what Vdiode does the LED begin to conduct? What is the Vdiode if the current is 9mA? 3. Print out forward-bias characteristics curve on the curve tracer for the LED. The x-axis should be scaled according to the typical voltage drop across a LED diode (5V). The y-axis should be scaled according to the current that will be flowing through the diode in the circuit (10mA). V D (graph) = V D (measured) = Any difference? Why? PART II. Clipping Circuits (use 1N4001 diodes) 1-4. Compare the differences in circuit behavior between having a forward and reverse-biased diode, include scope capture of input (Vin) and output ( ) to turn in with lab. Page 8 of 9

9 5. Turn in waveform. a. Does the circuit clip at exactly 4V and +2V? Why would there be differences between the PSpice simulation results and the real life results? 5b. turn in waveform. Schematic Drawing: Required Graphs 1. DC Sweep of OR gate, voltage Part I.2 2. DC Sweep of OR gate, current (write on voltage plot #1 the scale factor ma/v to read current) Part I.3 3. DC sweep I-V Characteristic of LED diode Part I.4 4. Curve tracer I-V Characteristic of LED diode Part I.5 5. Scope capture of Part II.1 Vin nand 6. Scope capture of Part II.2 Vin and 7. Scope capture of Part II.4 Vin and 8. Scope capture of Part II.5a Vin and 9. Scope capture of Part II.5b Vin and Page 9 of 9

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