Lab Experiment1

Lab Experiment1 - Lab Report Requirements All lab projects...

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Lab Report Requirements All lab projects are based on the design procedure adopted in the industry: From theory to simulation to experiment. All projects have a theoretical part to be completed. After that a simulation of the problem with either Multisim or Orcad is used to verify the theoretical calculations. Finally, the project is wired on a breadboard and experimental data are collected. A comparison of theoretical, simulation, and experimental results is essential in each lab report. This comparison leads to error analysis. %error = (Sim/Ex. result – Theoretical result)*100/Theor. Digital scopes in the lab have a flash drive to store your waveforms and include in the lab report. It is best to have a plot of input and output with the scales clearly labeled. The format of the report is as follows: 1. Objective: a statement of the purpose of the project. 2. Procedure: A brief statement on how you approached this design. 3.
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