405exp1w - b) A square-wave(50% duty cycle rectangular...

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California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 405L Electronic Communications Laboratory Experiment #1 Properties of Waveforms in the Time and Frequency Domains Objective: To investigate the mathematical properties of various waveforms using common communications laboratory equipment. Prelab: 1) Calculate the average, RMS, peak, and peak to peak voltage values for the following waveforms in the time domain then estimate their signature of each waveform in the frequency domain: a) A sine-wave with a total period of 1 microsecond.
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Unformatted text preview: b) A square-wave(50% duty cycle rectangular pulse) with a total period of 1 microsecond. c) A triangular wave with a total period of 1us. Lab: Using the equipment in the laboratory, measure and record the average, RMS, peak, and peak to peak voltages for the waveforms described in the Pre-Lab section. Make plots of the time and frequency domains (both the continuous and discrete) for each waveform. Post-Lab: In your report explain the differences between your calculated and your measured values....
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