Lab4 - Lab 4. Operational Amplifiers Overview of this...

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Lab 4. Operational Amplifiers Overview of this Session In this laboratory you will: Continue to use an oscilloscope Learn how to construct basic op-amp circuits Introduction The TAs will explain the pin outs of the LM741C op-amp. The TAs will explain the layout of the protoboard. The TAs will show how to use an oscilloscope to verify circuit performance. Oscilloscope Measurements 4.1 Connect the signal from the function generator to the oscilloscope and determine the type of signal present, the frequency, amplitude, and the DC offset. Make a sketch of the signal on the scope. Show all calculations. 1
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Buffer Amplifier 4.2 Construct the buffer amplifier circuit shown below. Connect a 1 KHz, 3 Vp-p sine wave to the input and use the oscilloscope to observe the input and output signals. Compute the voltage gain. + 15 V -15 V V1 Vout + 1.0 uF 1.0 uF - + U1 LM741 3 2 6 7 1 4 5 BUFFER AMPLIFIER 1 OUT VV = 2
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Non-Inverting Amplifier 4.3 Construct the Non-Inverting amplifier shown below. Calculate the resistors needed to produce a voltage gain of 10.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ENGR 1310 taught by Professor Mielke during the Spring '07 term at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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