Lab 6(c)

Lab 6(c) - LR 1 From part one we found that the vo1 value...

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LR 1 From part one we found that the v o1 value was 2.5 volts. So then we applied that voltage to the circuit that was drawn out on Figure 6.1(b). Then we measured v 02 with the multimeter and the value was 1.251. There was no error in our values compared to the accepted values that we calculated which was also 1.251. LR 2 When you combine the two stages I thought that you should get the same output. When we did it we got a value of .84 ± 0.001 Volts, which is not the same as 1.25. The reason for this voltage drop was because of the loading effect. The loading effect was caused by the fact that the two circuits where not isolated from each other. Since the input impedance was too low on the first stage it resulted in the circuit acting differently that expected. LR 3 In this part of the lab we are told to make a voltage follower using an op amp and a similar set up as to the week before. The voltage follower takes the voltage that you pump into the op amp and then pumps it right back out the other end with basically no
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2008 for the course ME 6 taught by Professor Soh during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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Lab 6(c) - LR 1 From part one we found that the vo1 value...

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