Here you can find a collection of electric and electronic circuits realized by the PSpice tool or by Cadence ORCAD Capture Lite.
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ON-OFF BJT behaviour
To a BJT NPN and PNP BJT is applied to a sine voltage input; the BJTs go alternately in cut-off and saturation.
Shannon sampling theorem
PSpice proof of the Shannon sampling theorem
The signal is the sum of 4 sine voltages plus an offset,
so in the spectrum we find 5 lines at 0Hz, 100Hz, 200Hz, 300Hz, 400Hz (in green in the second plot).
1) fs ≥ 2fmax
The spectrum of the sampled signal is the periodization of the original spectrum; fs=2kHz (in red). The alias are not overlaping because fc=2000Hz > 2fmax=2•400=800Hz. A low pass filter could reconstruct the original signal erasing lines over 400Hz.
1) fs < 2fmax
Now the alias are overlaping because fs=500Hz < 2fmax=2•400=800Hz. A low pass filter could not reconstruct the original signal.
Sample & Hold
Signal sampling by JFET
The clock opens and closes the FET. When the FET conducts, the capacitor reaches the "-prima-" voltage and follows it, When the FET doesn't conduct the capacitor holds the voltage. The first OP-AMP, due to his low output resistance guarantee a good independence from the load; the second OP-AMP, in buffer configuration, due to his high input resistance prevents the capacitor voltage loss.
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