Physics 2, Lab 6

Physics 2, Lab 6 - Physics Lab 6 Oscilloscope Joshua Budhu...

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Physics Lab 6 Oscilloscope Joshua Budhu Lab Partner: Andrew Nouri Date Performed: 3/25/09 Date Due: 4/1/09
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Theory and Formula In this lab we will be using oscilloscopes, which are the standard instruments in examining time dependent voltages. An oscilloscope is a type of electronic test instrument that allows signal voltages to be viewed, usually as a two-dimensional graph of one or more electrical potential differences plotted as a function of time or of some other voltage. Part 4 If the trigger voltage T V is kept constant but the trigger slope is changed, the trace will be shifted left or right. For example, Fig. 4 is drawn for triggering to occur on a positive slope of the input voltage. If T V is kept the same but triggering were set to occur on the negative slope of the input signal, at what points of the input signal in Fig. 4 might triggering occur? How about a negative T V and positive slope? A negative T V and a negative slope? In this case, the triggering would be entirely circumstantial – it would depend on the
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