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Course Title: Electronic Circuits ICourse Number: ELE404Semester/Year (e.g. F2016) W2017Instructor: Prof. John DoeAssignment/Lab Number: Lab 1 Assignment/Lab Title: Low-Pass Filter Submission Date: Feb. 22, 2017 Due Date: Feb. 22, 2017 Student LAST Name Student FIRST Name Student Number SectionSignature* Yazdani Amirnaser 123-456-789 20 *By signing above you attest that you have contributed to this written lab report and confirm that all work you have contributed to this lab report is your own work. Any suspicion of copying or plagiarism in this work will result in an investigation of Academic Misconduct and may result in a “0” on the work, an “F” in the course, or possibly more severe penalties, as well as a Disciplinary Notice on your academic record under the Student Code of Academic Conduct, which can be found online at:
Lab Report (Low-Pass Filter) By: A. Yazdani Date of Preparation: Feb. 19, 2017 Page R1of 9Table of Content1.Introduction……………………………………………………………………………….R2 2.Objectives………………………………………………………………………………….R2 3.Circuit under Test……………………………………………………………………….R2 4.Experimental Results………………………………………………………………….R3 5.Conclusions and Remarks……………………………………………………………R5 6.Appendix: Signed Pre-Lab and TA Copy of Results.........................R9
Page R2of 91. IntroductionThe report for Lab 1, low-pass filter, is presented herein. The lab took place on Feb. 15, 2017. The signed-off pre-lab (5 pages) and the TA copy of the experimental results are places at the end of the report as an Appendix. 2. Objectives
3. Circuit under TestFigure 1below shows a schematic diagram of the test circuit. Thus, the circuit consists of a series resistor and a shunt capacitor. The output voltage, 𝑣𝑂, is then a frequency-dependant fraction of the input voltage, 𝑣𝐼, as dictated by the voltage divider formed by the resistor and capacitor. Figure 2shows a screenshot of the Multisim software environment used for the simulation of the circuit of Figure 1Figure 1. A low-pass RC filter driven by a signal source. vOR C +-vSRsvI+-Signal Generator.
Page R3of 9Figure 2. Multisim circuit schematic for the low-pass filter of Figure 1. 4. Experimental ResultsThe circuit of Figure 1was constructed on a breadboard and driven by a signal generator with a sinusoidal terminal voltage of 1-V peak to peak. The frequency of excitation was set to the following values: 10 Hz, 100 Hz, 159 Hz, 1,000 Hz, and 10,000 Hz. Then, for each value of frequency the waveforms of the input voltage, 𝑣𝐼, and output voltage, 𝑣𝑂, were monitored by an oscilloscope and recorded as Graphs E1(a)through E1(e). Note that thewaveforms for 𝑣𝐼and 𝑣𝑂

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