Lab#1 Report

Lab#1 Report - POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY-BROOKLYN Department of Electrical Engineering Equipment Orientation Date Experiment Performed Feb 2 2007 Date

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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY---BROOKLYN Department of Electrical Engineering Equipment Orientation Date Experiment Performed: Feb. 2, 2007 Date Report Submitted: Feb. 16, 2007 Lab Section: A2
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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY---BROOKLYN Department of Electrical Engineering A. Abstract : In order to prepare for subsequent laboratory experiments, various functions and characteristics of typical laboratory equipment were explored and recorded. Calculated records of numerous equipment properties were compared with their manufacturer-provided values and determined to be within a reasonable range of performance deviation. B. Introduction : To become better oriented with the laboratory equipment, it was necessary to explore the individual operations and properties of the function generator, dc power supply, and digital multimeter (henceforth referred to simply as, DMM). So as to verify the calculated properties of the equipment, the recorded experimental data is compared with a theoretical or manufacturer- provided value. The validation process dictates whether a given piece of equipment has the
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2011 for the course EE 3114 taught by Professor Moon during the Spring '10 term at NYU Poly.

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Lab#1 Report - POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY-BROOKLYN Department of Electrical Engineering Equipment Orientation Date Experiment Performed Feb 2 2007 Date

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