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  1. Finnjamin

    Finnjamin

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    Hi There.
    I wonder if anyone could help me with the problem I have. I have spent quite a lot of time researching how one should go about doing this problem, however, as of this far, I am still not even close to getting anywhere...
    This problem is part of some Homework I have for an Electronics course i do at UCT.

    I will post an attached photo of the problem.

    Thanks
     

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  2. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    hi there
    welcome

    so what have you learnt in class so far that you can use to make a start on this problem ?
     
  3. Alec_t

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    Post you attempts so far, so that we can give guidance.
     
  4. Finnjamin

    Finnjamin

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    Hi. Thanks for much for the quick responses. I will tell you what i think i am meant to do and where i am stuck at the moment.
    What i think i need to do is calculate the Z thevinin and the V thevinin, and then the current would be Vth/Zth. Which i can then input the different constraints for I that are given to work out the different values of Z2. (Because the equations for Zth and Vth will both include Z2) . My issue at the moment is I do not know how to work out Vth with the extra current source in the middle there.

    Let me know what you think.
    Thanks so much!
     
  5. Ratch

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    Looks like no one but I is going to help you. First you need to get up to speed on the PIT (Port Immittance Theorem). You can find out about that is the link below.
    https://www.electronicspoint.com/threads/output-resistance-of-equivalent-op-amp-circuit.278977/ Now look at the attachment below. We first find the transfer function Vo/Vs . Then setting the denominator to zero, we find the -ZL . That is your Thevenin impedance look back from ZL. You can go on from there. I also substituted the parameter values into the Thevenin impedance. Hopefully, I did not make a mistake. Ask if you have any questions.

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  6. The Electrician

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    Since the OP said his request for help was urgent, and posted last Thursday, I suspect the due date has passed, and we probably won't hear from him again.

    But, Finnjamin, just in case you see this, would you post the answer here?
     
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