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MCO455 LAB 6 Page 1 © Copyright David Elmo Ross 2013 NAME: _______________________________ STUDENT ID #: ______________________________ Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog LAB SECTION: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P BEFORE DOING ANY CONNECTIONS to the A/D and D/A IN LAB6, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE WATCHED THE A/D and D/A VIDEO, AND HAVE INSTALLED THE ARDUINO-LIKE LIBRARY FILE INTO CODEWARRIOR. 1. Make sure you have hooked up the ARBITRARY FUNCTION GENERATOR to the SCOPE as shown in the VIDEO for LAB6 . Set the Frequency to 0.03 Hz , the Amplitude to 1.25 Vpp , and Offset to 0.625 V . Select SINE WAVE. Set the scale on the scope to 1 Volt/Div . Make sure that the line being displayed goes between 0V and 2.5V . Once you have this working as per the video, then DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOUR INSTRUCTOR BEFORE PROCEEDING!!!!!! INSTRUCTOR’S INITIAL: _____________ 2. DO NOT DO THIS STEP UNTIL YOU HAVE GOTTEN THE INITIAL FOR STEP 1 . Connect the output of the Arbitrary Function Generator to TP7 on the DE1 interface board. Also connect the GROUND connector of the Function Generator to the GND connector on the bottom right
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  • Summer '16
  • Scott, Richards
  • Analog-to-digital converter, Digital-to-analog converter, Sine wave, Electronic test equipment

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