# 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 G. 1k ohm & 10k ohm resistors 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.
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.

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