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Unformatted text preview: UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - COLUMBIA DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING MAE 3800 Instrumentation and Measurements Laboratory EXPERIMENT #3 Operational Amplifier Due: Tuesday, February 16 1 Introduction: Almost all sensors convert physical quantities into electric signals. Operational amplifiers provide cost effective means for signal amplification and filtering. 1.1 Objectives To understand simple operational amplifier circuits To gain further experience in using an oscilloscope, a function generator, and a digital multimeter (DMM) To explore saturation phenomenon To explore the frequency dependence of electronic component properties 1.2 Equipment: Tektronix TDS2002 digital oscilloscope; Agilent 33220A Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator Hand-held DMM Triple Output DC Power Supply 1.3 Suggested reading: 7.17 1.4 Report format For this experiment you do not have to prepare a report. Use the REPORT BOOKLET to record and analyze results, and hand it in in lieu of a report. 2. Operational Amplifier Circuits Your task is to construct a simple op-amp circuit using a common (inexpensive) 741 operational amplifier. The circuit will be constructed on a breadboard (protoboard) using the 741 op-amp that is premounted in a DIP (dual in-line package). 2.1 Connection of the power supply. Each power supply contains two suppliers (denoted A supply and B supply respectively). To generate positive and negative voltages, the DC power supply must be connected in series. respectively)....
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Lab3SP10 - UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - COLUMBIA DEPARTMENT OF...

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