EE 230 Lab 3

EE 230 Lab 3 - EE 230 Lab 3 Amplifiers, Dependent Sources,...

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EE 230 Lab 3 Amplifiers, Dependent Sources, Two-Port Circuits and Transducer Interfaces Brent Cornelius
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Introduction: In this lab there will be 3 parts to it. The first part we will explore the performance characteristics of amplifiers. The second and third parts will focus more on the design of the amplifier. Part One you will select a resistor R2 that is less than 1kΩ in the Voltage Amplifier so the gain is 25 you will then follow parts A through H which involves measuring the V gain with both sine waves and square waves, finding the max and min input that can be applied, increasing the max input from 10% - 50%, measuring the impedance of the Amp, measuring the 3-dB bandwidth of the Amp, determining the pole location, find the step response, and determine whether or not you can relate the rise time to the step response to the pole location of the amplifier. Part Two is a photo resistor that has its value change with light intensity. Measure the resistance of the photo resistance while: completely dark, a little light, and full light. Then
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course EE 230 taught by Professor Mina during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.

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