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FALL 2004 MKM 503E MECHATRONIC SYSTEM COMPONENTS 1 ANALOG AND DIGITAL SIGNAL CONDITIONING: PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION AND COMPONENT MATCHING APPLICATIONS
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FALL 2004 MKM 503E MECHATRONIC SYSTEM COMPONENTS 2 PROTECTION: To prevent damage to the next element for example microprocessor as a result of high voltage and high current. GETTING THE RIGHT TYPE OF SIGNAL: Making the signal into dc voltage or current. For example, the resistance change of a strain gauge has to be converted to a voltage signal. GETTING THE RIGHT LEVEL OF SIGNAL: A signal from a thermocouple may be a few milivolts. It shold be amplified to a level that a microcomputer’s signal level. SIGANAL-CONDITIONING PROCESSES
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MKM 503E MECHATRONIC SYSTEM COMPONENTS 3 ELIMINATING OR REDUCING NOISE: Noise in the signal should be elimintated using filtering techniques. SIGNAL MANIPULATION: Transducer output may have a nonlinear relation with a physical phenomenon. The ouptu can be linerized using a proper electronic circuitry. SIGANAL-CONDITIONING PROCESSES
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course EE ee taught by Professor Ee during the Spring '10 term at Istanbul Technical University.

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