1.23 Any given signal source provides an open-circuit voltage, voc, and a short-circuit current, isc. For the following sources, calculate the internal resistance, Rs; the Norton current, is; and the Th´evenin voltage, vs: (a) voc = 1 V, isc = 0.1 mA (b) voc = 0.1 V, isc = 1 μA

23 12 - 1.23 Any given signal source provides an open-circuit voltage, voc, and a short-circuit current, isc. For the following sources, calculate the internal resistance, Rs; the Norton current, is; and the Th´evenin voltage, vs: (a) voc = 1 V, isc = 0.1 mA (b) voc = 0.1 V, isc = 1 μA

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images - 1.23 Any given signal source provides an open-circuit voltage, voc, and a short-circuit current, isc. For the following sources, calculate the internal resistance, Rs; the Norton current, is; and the Th´evenin voltage, vs: (a) voc = 1 V, isc = 0.1 mA (b) voc = 0.1 V, isc = 1 μA

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