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electronicslab10 - Taylor Edgens EE 2231 November 19, 2009...

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Taylor Edgens EE 2231 November 19, 2009 Lab # 10 Partner: Arthur Mason Introduction
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In Electronics Lab 1, we worked on our 10 th experiment which deals with the characterization of op-amp circuits. Objectives The objective of today’s lab was to study the performance of some typical op-amp circuits and the characterization of op-amp circuits. Procedures We first had to connect the circuit shown in Figure 1, which is known as a comparator. Then apply a 1 kHz sine-wave signal of about 1 Vp-p to the noninverting input, with the inverting input grounded. Then we connect the circuit shown in Figure 2, which is known as a follower. After the circuit is connected, we apply the same signal to the input as we did on the first figure. After we observed the signal on the oscilloscope, we connected the next circuit which is shown in Figure 3. This circuit is known as a noninverting amplifier, and we applied the same signal to the input as we have for the previous two circuits.
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