Lab 19 report

Lab 19 report - Objective 1. To demonstrate the use of...

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Objective 1. To demonstrate the use of operational amplifiers for performing mathematical operations- integration and differentiation. Equipment List 1. 741 operational amplifier or the equivalent. 2. DC power supplies(±15V, 5V) 3. Analog signal generator 4. Resistors: 1-47kΩ, 1-47kΩ,1-10kΩ,1-470Ω 5. Capacitors: 1-0.22µF,1-0.001µF(25V) 6. Dual-trace oscilloscope Schematics
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Procedure 1. To investigate the use of an operational amplifier to perform mathematical integration. 2. With Vs adjusted to produce a 5Vpk sine wave at 20Hz and record the peak value of the output voltage Vo in Table1. Note any phase shift of the output voltage Vo with respect to the input voltage Vs. Repeat this procedure for the remaining frequencies in Table 1. 3. Set Vs to a ±5 Vpk square wave at 100 Hz. Using a dual-trace oscilloscope, sketch the output voltage Vo with respect to the input voltage Vs. 4. To determine the use of an operational amplifier as a differential, connect figure3 5. With Vs adjusted to produce a 1Vpk sine wave at 500Hz and using a dual-trace
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2011 for the course ELET 3720 taught by Professor Hayes during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.

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