# Lab2_Report - 1 2 3.2.3 What is the smallest V pp sinusoid...

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Report 2: Electronic Test Equipment Name: Lab Section: 3.1.1 Record the error in the power supply at +1 V, +5 V, and +9 V. Voltage Setting DMM Measurement % Error 1 V 5 V 9 V 3.1.2 What is the percent error? Besides measurement error and error in the voltage source, what can also contribute to the total error? 3.1.3 Why are you not supposed to connect the DMM to the terminals of a voltage source while the DMM is in current mode? 3.1.4 Measure the current and compare this value to your hand calculation. 3.2.1 What is the measured frequency and V pp ? After taking into account the voltage divider factor, what is the error of the function generator output for a 1 kHz, 1 V pp output signal? 3.2.2 What is the highest frequency sinusoid that the generator can produce with a 1 V pp setting? What is the error between the measured frequency and the displayed frequency setting?

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Unformatted text preview: 1 2 3.2.3 What is the smallest V pp sinusoid that the function generator can produce at 1 kHz? What is the error between the measured and displayed value (take the voltage divider factor into account)? With the averaging feature turned oF, does the oscilloscope over-measure or under-measure the V pp value? (please circle one) 3.2.4 What is the shortest pulse that the function generator can produce at 500 mV height and 1 kHz fre-quency? 3.2.7 Calculate the value of | v o v s | at 1 kHz using your oscilloscope measurements. . 3.3.1 Attach the plot of the 100 Ω resistor I-V characteristic. 3.3.2 Attach the plot of the diode I-V characteristic. 3.3.3 What is the V O value calculated from your load-line? Does it match the value measured with the DMM?...
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