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Laboratory 2 Analog and Digital Signal Conversion, Sampling, and Aliasing James King Taylor Schulz Mike Crandall ENME 351 Section 0103 Date: 09/23/09
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The objective of this lab is to use Labview to perform various samplings on a signal from a function generator. We used analog to digital and digital to analog conversions in Labview to see how the function signal changes as a result of these conversions. The final objective of this lab is to gain a better understanding of the Nyquist frequency and aliasing. Instruments Used Labview Microsoft Word/Excel Function Generator Oscilloscope Set-up Exercise 2.1 For this exercise we set the amplitude and frequency of the function generator to 1 V and 100 Hz respectively. We then used a T-connector to connect the function generator to input 1 of the oscilloscope and also to the analog input for Labview (pins 34 and 68). Labview is also hooked up to output the A/D and D/A conversions back to the oscilloscope (pins 22 and 54) through channel 2. With this setup, Channel 1 will display
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course ENME 351 taught by Professor Smela during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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