Simulate a diode application circuit using multisim ewb, Electrical Engineering

a. Simulate a diode application circuit using Multisim EWB.  Compare calculated and simulated results

Each student must choose one of the following circuits from question 1 (Refer to name list )

i. Half-Wave and Full wave( 2 diodes)

ii. Full wave bridge

iii. Clipper and Clamper

iv. Zener regulator and Limiting

 

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