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### Lab7

Course: ECE 201, Winter 2008
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LAB w ECE201 Spring 2006 w Course website WebCT http://psuonline.pdx.edu/ ECE201 LAB w Reminder!!! w Lab6 due this saturday before 23:00PM Lab6 Problems w .PRINT DC V(5,6) or /V(R1) w Node order for voltage/current source w Vdmy w OP Amps, both -12.5V. Parameter, connection problem Lab7 basic w Oscilloscope Signal input usually continuously or periodically w MeasureAmplitude, Vpp, period, frequency, RMS, etc w...

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LAB w ECE201 Spring 2006 w Course website WebCT http://psuonline.pdx.edu/ ECE201 LAB w Reminder!!! w Lab6 due this saturday before 23:00PM Lab6 Problems w .PRINT DC V(5,6) or /V(R1) w Node order for voltage/current source w Vdmy w OP Amps, both -12.5V. Parameter, connection problem Lab7 basic w Oscilloscope Signal input usually continuously or periodically w MeasureAmplitude, Vpp, period, frequency, RMS, etc w How to adjust oscilloscope? Scale, trigger, save waveform, etc w Matlab Matrix w A(I,j) A(:,j) A(i,:) A(2:3,1:2) w Variable=start:incr:stop and linspace(start,stop,N) Lab7 Basic w How to save oscilloscope waveform(graphic and data format) w X=dlmread( path full ) w Plot() waveform hint:consider matrix operation, A(:,1) w Float output problem: Function w generator and oscilloscope must be common ground w Think about the lead reference position Lab7 Other Equipment w Power supply w provide positive and negative power w Function generator Don forget the 50Ohm load, Vp-p for t amplitude. How to configure for other functions(check instruction for details) Lab7 Notes w Q1-5 Try in the Matlab w Q9-10 Try in the Matlab, note how many numbers you get w Q11-12 Don forget 50Ohm load for func...

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