Experiment+17prelab - Attach the required Pspice circuits...

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Experiment 17 A Differentiator Circuit Lab Prepared By: Lab Instructor: Date Performed: Objective:
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Analysis Derive input-to-output relationship of the amplifier circuit shown in Figure 1. Which trim pot is required such that the circuit may be adjusted to have a unity scaling factor for a s To obtain a unity scaling factor for a sine wave at 1500 Hz: 1.06k ohms Calculated component values 1.06k ohms 530 ohms 0.1 μF 0.03 μ F 10k R trimpot  =  R 1 R 2 C 1 C 2 Trimpot to be used for R 1 R 1 Trimpot ωR1C1 = 1 The 10k
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sine wave at 1500 Hz?
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Unformatted text preview: Attach the required Pspice circuits and outputs Complete the following table Frequency 500 Hz 1000 Hz 1500 Hz 2000 Hz 2500 Hz 3000 Hz Ideal Differentiator Practical Differentiator le using the results from the PSpice simulations 3183.1 10610.3 1591.55 5305.16 1061.03 3535.8 795.76 2652.6 636.62 2122.07 530.52 1768.79 using C2 = .03 uF Value of R 1 to obtain unity gain: Ideal Differentiator Value of R 1 to obtain unity gain: Practical Differentiator...
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