Lab 2 - L ab 2 Time-Varying Signals: Generation and...

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Lab 2 Time-Varying Signals: Generation and Measurement C.J. Gorrell Partner: Elliot Meiteles ENME350 0102 2/16/10
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I. Objective – To gain an understanding of how to manipulate DC, while demonstrating an understanding of Ohm’s law through the measurement of voltage and current characteristics of a resistor and a potentiometer. II. Instruments used: A. Power Supply B. 1.5V battery C. Function Generator D. Multi-meter E. Solderless Breadboard F. A switch H. a potentiometer (0-1)k ohm III. Experimental setup: there are A. there are four parts to this experiment a. part one involves measuring the voltage and current identities of a resistor. To do this, the following circuit was made.
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The voltage across the resistor was measured while altering the power supply voltage from -5 volts to 5 volts, and recording the values. Next the circuit was altered to look like the one below, while the multi meter was set to measure current. The experiment was repeated except this time the current
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course ENME enme350 taught by Professor Hasouneh during the Spring '10 term at Maryland.

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Lab 2 - L ab 2 Time-Varying Signals: Generation and...

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