Laboratory 9

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Laboratory 9 DIODES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS Devun Pahwa ENME 350 Section: 0104 April 22, 2011

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Data and Observations 9.1 Table 1: Power supply, Voltage Diode and Current Diode V S (V) V D (V) I D (mA) -3.04 -3.04 0 -2.53 -2.53 0 -2.02 -2.02 0 -1.53 -1.53 0 -1 -1 0 -.5 -.5 0 0 0 0 .5 .46 .042 1.03 .55 .447 1.51 .58 .87 2.09 .61 1.39 2.49 .62 1.762 3.001 .63 2.43 3.49 .64 2.91 3.99 .64 3.42 4.53 .65 3.96 5.01 .65 4.46 Figure 1: Graph of current vs voltage 9.2 Figure 2: Channel 1 is output of function generator. Channel 2 is resistor voltage.
Figure 3: Voltage across diode graph for first part of 9.2 Figure 4: AC/DC Converter with 1 uF capacitor, Channel 1 is output of function generator and Channel 2 is voltage across resistor Figure 5: AC/DC Converter with 10 uF capacitor, Channel 1 is output of function generator and Channel 2 is voltage across resistor

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Figure 6: Voltage Limiter with power supply set at 2V Channel 1 being V IN and Channel 2 as V OUT Figure 7: Voltage Limiter with power supply set at 3V Channel 1 being V IN and Channel 2 as V OUT
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