Lab#2 Report

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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY---BROOKLYN Department of Electrical Engineering Experiment 2: Op-Amp Applications Date Experiment Performed: Feb. 16, 2007 Date Report Submitted: Mar. 2, 2007 Pratik Mathur & Brendan Jou Lab Section: A2
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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY---BROOKLYN Department of Electrical Engineering A. Abstract : To acquire an understanding of the design aspect and applications of the voltage operational amplifier, various network configurations were utilized to yield different input- output relationships. The experimental results in each case were determined to match their expected theoretical outcomes. B. Introduction : In order to cover a range of functions of the voltage operational amplifier, seven different circuits were used: non-inverting, integrator, differentiator, low pass, high pass, band pass, and active resonant band pass filter. As seen by their “names,” each modified the input in a different manner and required a different configuration to do so. C. Experimental Work : To accomplish the task of observing the outputs of each voltage operational amplifier (henceforth, OP-AMP) configuration with respect to its input, each circuit configuration was built with resistors, capacitors and a μA541 IC OP-AMP. Following the design of the actual network, laboratory tools examined in the previous experiment were utilized in measuring the outputs of each in relation to a given input. Furthermore, the performance of the OP-AMP over a range of varied inputs (e.g. frequency). The gain and waveforms of the resulting outputs were subsequently compared with that of their respective expected pre-calculated outcomes to ensure that the given OP-AMP configurations were performing as they should.
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