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### Lab4_Measuring_Large_Signal_Limitations

Course: ECE 311, Fall 2008
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311 ECE Fundamentals of Electronics Lab Page 1 of 2 Large Signal Limitations of Op-Amps ECE 311 - Fundamentals of Electronics Lab Large Signal Limitations of Op-Amps Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Idaho Title: Large Signal Limitations of Op-Amps Objectives: (1) To observe the effects of, and to measure the values of: (a) Output Voltage Saturation and (b) Output Current Limit for...

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311 ECE Fundamentals of Electronics Lab Page 1 of 2 Large Signal Limitations of Op-Amps ECE 311 - Fundamentals of Electronics Lab Large Signal Limitations of Op-Amps Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Idaho Title: Large Signal Limitations of Op-Amps Objectives: (1) To observe the effects of, and to measure the values of: (a) Output Voltage Saturation and (b) Output Current Limit for an op-amp. (2) To build and test an integrator. Preliminary: (None) Laboratory Procedure: 1) Construct an inverting amplifier with R1=10k, R2=1k and with a load resistor of 10k. Prior to construction, measure the values of R1 and R2. R1 R2 Vin Vout Figure 1 Schematic for an inverting amplifier 2) Increase the magnitude of Vin until clipping occurs on both the positive and negative cycles of the output. From this, determine the value of VoutMAX (VSAT+) VoutMIN.(VSAT-). and How do these compare to the values provided in the data sheets? After you have measured these values, reduce the magnitude of Vin to 0V. Measure the value of a 120 resistor. Replace the 10k load resistor in your circuit with the 120 resistor. Gradually increase the magnitude of Vin until clipping occurs on both the 3) ECE 311 Fundamentals of Electronics Lab Page 2 of 2 Large Signal Limitations of Op-Amps positive and negatives cycles of Vout. From this waveform, calculate the maximum sour...

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