Lab#1 Sinusoids - Equipment: Qty. Equipment 1 1K Resistor 1...

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Equipment: Qty . Equipment 1 1K Resistor 1 1µF Capacitor 1 1mH Inductor 1 Digital Multimeter 1 Bread Board 1 Oscilloscope 2 BNC Cable Results: Resistive Circuit Amplitude: 953 mV Period: 10 -3 sec. Frequency: 1/10 -3 Hz ω : 2π/10 -3 = 628.32 V(t)=.953sin(2π/10 -3 t) I(t)=.953sin(628.32t)/1000 R-C Series Combination Amplitude: 159.4 mV Period: 10 -3 sec. Frequency: 1/10 -3 Hz W: 2π/10 -3 V(t)=.1594sin(2π/10 -3 t) R-L Series Combination Amplitude: 104.7 mV Period: 10 -3 sec. Frequency: 1/10 -3 Hz W: 2π/10 -3 V(t)=.1047sin(2π/10 -3 t) Analysis: Our first circuit (the resistive circuit) had an amplitude of 953 mV, a period of 10 - 3 seconds and a frequency of 100 Hz. Since the resistor in this circuit was 1,000 ohms and the input voltage was only 1V, an amplitude of 953 mV was consistent with our expectations. The period, frequency and angular frequency were all consistent with the waveform settings outlined in the procedure. Our second experiment consisted of a 1µF capacitor and a 1K resistor in series
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2008 for the course ELEC 281 taught by Professor Badjou during the Fall '08 term at Wentworth Institute of Technology.

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Lab#1 Sinusoids - Equipment: Qty. Equipment 1 1K Resistor 1...

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