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1 ECE210 Laboratory Analog Signal Processing (Fall 2010) Laboratory Teaching Assistants: Name email Sections Rohan Bambery [email protected] AB5, AB6 Benjamin Chidester [email protected] AB1, AB2 Luke Pfister [email protected] AB3, AB4, AB9, ABC Pablo Reyes (Lab coordinator) [email protected] AB7, AB8, ABA, ABB, ABD e-mail addresses above end with @illinois.edu About the Laboratory This lab is designed to give the student the opportunity to verify theoretical concepts introduced in lecture (such as frequency response, filtering, modulation, etc.) and to understand how these concepts relate to real-world systems. It does so by leading the student through the design of a simple AM radio receiver and allowing the student to get hands-on experience with equipment common to any electronics laboratory. During the semester there will be five laboratory sessions. During each session, several experiments will be performed. Each section meets every other week as outlined below: Sections: AB1, AB3, AB5, AB7, AB9, ABA AB2, AB4, AB6, AB8, ABB, ABC, ABD Topics Lab 1 Week of Sep 20 Week of Sep 27 Build an RC filter, make an envelope detector. Lab 2 Week of Oct 04 Week of Oct 11 Build the IF and Audio Amplifiers. Lab 3 Week of Oct 18 Week of Oct 25 Freq. Response and Fourier Series. Build IF filter.
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