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Operational Amplifiers Amplifier Design 2 Name: ____Jason Nance____________________________________ Date: __________________ PROJECT PURPOSE Design an amplifier circuit in compliance with the stated requirements. REQUIREMENT Design an amplifier circuit that provides the following voltage gain: SUBMITTAL Circuit schematic. –attached below Show calculations and component selection. Av= (1k/1k)+1= +2 Rf= 1k Ri=1k Using Multisim, build circuit schematic, simulate circuit with input voltage at 5 sin (2 π 1000 t). Using the same Multisim scope display input waveform on Channel 1and output waveform on Channel 2. Assemble circuit on your proto board. Test bread board circuit as described under Tests. Provide results showing theoretical values and measured values. Provide a summary indicating any problems encountered and a comparison of the theoretical, simulation and experimental results. The purpose of this lab was to simulate and construct a non inverting operational
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Unformatted text preview: amplifier that provided +2 voltage gain. The multi sim version was designed with Rf= 1k and Ri Page 1 of 4 U1 OPAMP_3T_VIRTUAL V1 5 V 1000 Hz 0Deg R1 1k R2 1k XSC1 A B G T 2 3 1 = 1k. This provides the required voltage gain for the circuit because Av = (Rf/Ri)+1 making the calculations Av = (1k/1k)+1. The problem I encountered was one when I tried to capture the oscilloscope screen and put into a word document this problem was solved when I realized the oscilloscope was not connected to the computer I was working on. Once I switched computers this portion of the lab was completely with no additional problems. TESTS V OUT for the following inputs (V IN ): + 5 V DC = 10 V 5 V DC = -10V 5 sin (2 1000 t) Note: display input and output waveforms showing phase relationship Page 3 of 4...
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