Experiment-07 - Experiment 7 Op-Amp Circuits II Experiment...

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Experiment 7: Op-Amp Circuits II E x p e r i m e n t 7 Op-Amp Circuits II Objectives: In this experiment you will investigate the characteristics of the following op-amp circuits: inverting adder integrator differentiator
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Experiment 7: Op-Amp Circuits II A. Inverting Adder Q1: Signal Adder If R 1 = R 2 = R 3 = R 4 , as shown in the circuit above, then Verify this relationship experimentally by connecting different sources to the inputs and observing the output. Show the result to the instructor. Q2: Use the circuits that were covered in the previous experiment and this one to build a non- inverting adder circuit. v O v 1 v 2 v 3 ++ =
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Experiment 7: Op-Amp Circuits II B. Integrator The fundamental operation of an op-amp integrator is similar to the inverting amplifier except that the input current is transferred to a feedback capacitor rather than resistor. Apply a symmterical square wave signal at the input with a frequency of 1000 Hz and 1 V peak-to-peak. Observe the output on the oscilloscope and measure
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