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    Need Solution for voltage divider bias with two source

    Hi there,

    Can anyone help me to find Vout for the attached circuit?
    How to solve this?
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    Re: Need Solution for voltage divider bias with two source

    Hi,

    hint:
    * interchange [50 Ohms] with [750V]
    * then combine [50 Ohms] with [5 milliOhms]

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    Re: Need Solution for voltage divider bias with two source

    Is it 3 mohm or 3 Mohm?



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    Re: Need Solution for voltage divider bias with two source

    The resistor value is 3Mega ohm



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    Re: Need Solution for voltage divider bias with two source

    use superposition

    the voltage at Vout is the sum of voltages at Vout due to the two sources

    short source 1 and find Vout from source 2 = Vout from 2
    short source 2 and find vout from source 1 = Vout from 1

    Vout total = Vout from 2 + Vout from 1


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    Re: Need Solution for voltage divider bias with two source

    Hi,
    if my guess is correct, Vout is approximatly 2.5V to 5V.



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