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PHYS3050 Lab 1 Introduction to Electronic Instruments and Measurements By: Aysar Khalid (209728866) Lab Partner: Hassan Chehaitli Submitted on: October 7 th , 2010
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Objective The aim for this lab was to learn the purpose and proper use of various instruments such as: a digital oscilloscope, a signal wave generator, and a multimeter. These are fundamental lab tools that will be used in upcoming labs- henceforth it is essential to be familiar with their uses. This is done by studying and analyzing various signal voltages and circuit analysis. Apparatus Model Description Tektronix TDS200 Digital Storage Oscilloscope A digital oscilloscope that channels voltage in real-time. Agilent E3630A Triple Output DC Power Supply Provides a direct current power supply. Agilent 33120A Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator A waveform/function generator. Agilent 34401A Digital Multimeter A digital multimeter that measures current, voltage, resistance, etc. 3M Solderless Breadboard A base for construction of an electronic circuit. Procedure Please see the lab manual.
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Observations Table 1: CH1 Menu Menu Setting Comments Coupling DC Measuring DC Offset BW Limit Off BW limit not near the input frequency, won’t affect signal significantly Volts/Div. 300mV Input is 300mV Peak to Peak Probe 1X Shows 300mV scale (used to reduce input voltage) Invert OFF Flips DC Offset Table 2: Trigger Menu (Edge) Menu Setting Comments Edge/Video Slope Rising Wave cycle preferred to start at bottom Source CH1 Signal Wave Generator Mode Auto Keeps receiving signal continuously Coupling DC DC current is input from wave generator
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