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# Lab 5 - Nicholas Calaceto Lab 5 Intro to operational...

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Nicholas Calaceto Lab # 5 Intro to operational amplifiers Introduction: In this experiment we will investigate the operational amplifier. It is capable of performing mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, integration, and differentiation on input signals. Method & Equipment: a. This investigation requires that we assemble four different circuits using the operational amplifier. These circuits will contain either an inverting amp or a non-inverting amp. The first circuit is a voltage follower, to check the DC voltage. The next two are the two basic operational amp circuits and the last one is a summing amplifier which is created using two op-amps. b. The equipment used was a variable AC/DC power supply, digital multimeter, oscilloscope, various resistors, op-amps, wire, and a protoboard. c. In the inverting amplifier, the output voltage changes in an opposite direction to the input voltage.
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