EE 230 Lab4

EE 230 Lab4 - that are dependent on the frequency, wave...

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Lab #4 “Op Amp Circuits” Lab Date: February 13 th 2008. Report Date: February 18 th 2008. EE 230 Lab #4 Kyle Veugeler #345 Section: C Abstract: The purpose of Lab #4 was to introduce op amps and to investigate the behavior of op amp circuits. This lab also helped the class further their knowledge of the function generator and oscilloscope techniques. The following topics are included within Lab #4 o Part 1: Non-inverting Amplifier Circuit o Part 2: Inverting Amplifier Circuit o Part 3: The Integrator o Part 4: The Differentiator The Lab Itself The actual lab itself took longer than I had thought. We began by solving for the transfer functions and gain of each given circuit. From there we were to build our own circuits with a final gain value in mind. Throughout the lab the class was told to measure the voltages and gains for each circuit, then compare those values to that of our predicted values. Also, we manipulated each circuit to determine the many changing characteristics
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Unformatted text preview: that are dependent on the frequency, wave type, and circuit architecture. Part 1: Non-inverting Amplifier Circuit Part 2: Inverting Amplifier Circuit ** See attached data table and plot for all data concerning Part 2 lab measurements. Part 3: The Integrator Part 4: The Differentiator Conclusion In conclusion, this lab was intended to review our knowledge of the op amp and how it can be manipulated to create a wanted action in a circuit. Also, this lab helped to inform the class the many aspects of wave manipulation and the many different wave types we Electrical Engineers use in everyday life. Things to Work On I feel as if we need more experience with Signal Express. I could not get some of the programs to work at first, but I feel as if given more time I should be able to use this program with relative ease....
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course EE 230 taught by Professor Mina during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.

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