DAQ Lab - Notes for TAs

DAQ Lab - Notes for TAs - met then a sine wave may be...

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Data Acquisition Lab Notes for TA’s Pre-Lab Solutions (1) A schematic of the circuit they will be using during lab. I have asked the students to do it for the pre- lab to practice thinking how to set up circuits, but the TA’s will need to verify there circuits are set up correctly on the prototyping board during the lab. (2) Nyquist Theorem states that in order for a signal to be reconstructed without error the sampling rate must be at least 2 times the highest frequency present. If Nyquist Theorem is not
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Unformatted text preview: met then a sine wave may be sampled with two few points to offer a unique signal. The Nyquist Frequency is the highest frequency that can be sampled at a given rate (no more than half the sampling frequency) and the Nyquist Rate is two times the highest frequency you are sampling. (3) Information can be found by following the link for the graph citation. [taken from: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~www_pa/Scots_Guide/info/comp/passive/diode/chars/chars.htm] Exercise 1 Screenshots Exercise 2 Screenshots...
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