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Unformatted text preview: Drexel University Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept. Electrical Engineering Laboratory I, ECEL 301 TITLE: ____Inverting and Non-inverting Amplifier Analysis______ PARTNERS: TA: ___ SECTION: ___501______ DATE PERFORMED: ____07/29/09_______ DATE DUE: ____08/05/09______ DATE RECEIVED: Objective: The goal for the group in Lab 6 is to characterize and measure critical parameters of an inverting and non-inverting LM741 amplifier. The opamp circuits are simulated in PSpice and constructed on a breadboard. The constructed circuit is measured for input and output voltage using a multi-meter. The calculations, PSpice simulation, and breadboard configuration are all compared to verify the resulting values are valid. Introduction: Lab 6 is performed by our group to increase experience with the Pspice software, a multi- meter, and using an opamp. An opamp is a solid-state integrated circuit that uses external feedback to control its functions. Solid-state means that the circuit is built entirely from solid feedback to control its functions....
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2011 for the course ECEL 301 taught by Professor Peters during the Fall '09 term at Drexel.
- Fall '09