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School of Engineering Page 1 of 2 APSC 255 Analog and Digital Systems September 2009 Lab Report Format Lab documentation in APSC 255 has 2 components. COMPONENT I: Lab Notebook Lab books must be used for recording data and observations during the lab. - lab notebook must be bound - writing in pen only (pencil is OK for sketches and waveforms) - no white-out (errors must be crossed out in such a manner that they are still visible) - no pages will be torn out - start each new lab on a new page immediately after the previous lab’s data - at the end of each lab session, each student’s lab book will be inspected by the lab instructor. COMPLETE and LEGIBLE lab books will be signed off. - use the tables in the “tables document” provided for each lab - these tables may be printed, physically cut out and pasted into the lab notebook, or reproduced by hand COMPONENT II : Lab Reports Lab reports will be completed by each student after lab sessions using the data in the student’s lab book. The first portion of the report will be TYPED and mirror the original lab
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course APSC 254 taught by Professor Stephen during the Spring '11 term at UBC.

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