Experiment 10

Experiment 10 - Experiment 10: Op-Amp Circuits...

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Experiment 10: Op-Amp Circuits Introduction: The purpose of this lab report is to inform the lab assistant that I’ve worked through the lab and gained an adequate amount of experience in doing so. The information in this lab deals with typical op-amp circuits. Objectives: The main objective of this lab is to study the performance of some typical op-amp circuits. Procedure: First, we connected the chip to the breadboard. We then made pin 3 our input and pin 6 our output. We connected 10-volts to pin 7 and -10-volts to pin 4. After these were connected, we grounded the circuit using pin 2. We applied a 1kHz sine-wave signal to the noninverting input (+) and grounded the inverting input (-). We then observed this using the oscilloscope. Second, we left the input on pin 3 and the output on pin 6. However, we connected pin 2 to pin 6 using wires. We then applied a 1kHz sine-wave signal to the circuit and observed what we saw. Third, we added two resistors to the circuit. The first 1kΩ being connected between pin 2 and pin 6 where the wire was for the previous circuit. We then connected the second 1kΩ resistor to pin 2 and grounded it. We then applied a 1kHz sine-wave
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course EE 2731 taught by Professor Audiferred during the Spring '11 term at LSU.

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