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Unformatted text preview: REPORT EE 215 Laboratory 1: Introdution to Circuit Analysis . Class: Name ID Grade 1. 2. 3. 4. Procedure 1 Continuity Check (5 points) Use your multimeter to verify the connections in your breadboard in the first 5 columns and the top two rows of the breadboard. Set your multimeter on resistance. To find out if any two holes are connected, measure the resistance between them with the multimeter. This is called a continuity check. a. (2 points) Measure the resistance between two holes in a row of 5 connected holes. R 1 = . Measure the resistance between two holes at the opposite ends of a long side row (+ or -). R 2 = Explain the difference (or lack thereof). b. (2 points) What resistance did you measure between unconnected holes? What did your multimeter read? www.ete.dut.edu.vn ADVANCED PROGRAM IN ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING ... c. (1 point) Does it make a difference which probe goes in which hole? Procedure 2 Ohm's Law (20 points) Find the mystery resistor. This is a relatively uncommon metal film resistor without resistor color code rings, in a clear plastic package. The easy way to determine its resistance would be to measure it with your multimeter. But let's do it the hard way first. Figure P2-1 a. (2 points) Draw the circuit schematic diagram for the circuit in Figure P2-1 using standard symbols for resistor and battery. www.ete.dut.edu.vn ADVANCED PROGRAM IN ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING...
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ReportEE215-Lab1 - REPORT EE 215 Laboratory 1: Introdution...

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