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Unformatted text preview: o Conciseness o Convincing thought development. o Spelling and grammar. Content (40%) o Proper number of experiments completed. o Accuracy and completeness of circuit schematics and theoretical analysis. o Accuracy and completeness of measured data including voltage and current measurements, oscilloscope patterns, graphs, and tables. o Proper comparison of theoretical and measured values. o Proper interpretation of results and conclusions. NOTES: 1. All reports must be typed . 2. Schematics must be neatly drawn with values and reference designators (R1, C2, etc.) 3. Oscilloscope waveforms may be neatly hand-drawn into the lab notebooks and scanned into reports, or digital photographs may be used (date stamped for authenticity)....
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- Spring '08