Lec1n-312n - E E312 - Basic Elect r onic I nst r ument at...

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EE312 - Basic Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory Webpage: UBLearns Instructor: Prof. Pao-Lo Liu, 215A Bonner Hall 645-1021 paololiu @ buffalo.edu
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Location of Lab: Furnas Hall 415-417 Support: Mr. Roger Krupski Teaching Assistants Senior Assistants
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Learning Goals Instrumentation : Multimeter, Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Power Supply, Data Acquisition Devices : Diodes, ICs, Resistors, Capacitors Circuits : Analog and Digital Diagram Construction and Diagnosis Design Capability Data Analysis Writing Report
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What are Needed Components Prototype Board, Resistors, Capacitors, Wires, Op Amp, Ics, etc. Reading and Preparation ! 10 hrs of Activities per Week Team Effort Meet regularly and work together
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Activities Lecture Preparation Lab Session Attend the registered session. Report Due before next experiment File re-grading request immediately. Exam
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Grading Guidelines Each Student 4 Summaries of Data and Analysis (20 pts; 5 pts each) 1 Full Reports (25 pts) In-Lecture Questions and Answers (5 pts; clicker) Lab Skill Exam (10 pts) In-Lab Project (30 pts) On-Time Lab Attendance (10 pts) Reports submission via UBLearns
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Honor Code Engineering Ethics http://www.eng.buffalo.edu/about/codeprofessionalconduct/ Falsification of data and records Plagiarism Turn-it-in Academic Integrity http://undergrad-catalog.buffalo.edu/policies/course/integrity.shtm
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Experiments Introduction to Electronics Laboratory Operational Amplifier Computer Assisted Data Acquisition and Analysis Logic Gates, Ring Oscillator, and D-Flip Flop Digital Circuits Sound Card Instrumentation Schedule Posted on the UBLearns
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Equipment
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Agilent Digital Multimeter
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Digital Multimeter High - Voltage (high impedance) and Resistance (+) I - Current (low impedance) Low - Common Connections: Measurements: AC or DC Voltage AC or DC Current Resistance Auto Sensitivity
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Digital Multimeter Voltage In parallel with a resistor in the circuit Current In series with a current path in the circuit Resistance Two terminals of a resistor out of circuit
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Digital Multimeter Auto Sensitivity AC Measurements Limited to a few kHz
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Wang during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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