Lab 23 Clipping and clamping

Lab 23 Clipping and - Objectives 1 To demonstrate passive and active clipping circuits 2 To demonstrate passive and active clamping circuits

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Objectives 1. To demonstrate passive and active clipping circuits. 2. To demonstrate passive and active clamping circuits Equipment List I. 741operation amplifier or the equivalent 2. 1N4004 (NTEI l6) silicon diode or the equivalent 3. 1N4736 (NT86410) silicon 6.8 V zener diode or the equivalent 4. DC power supplies(t l5 V and6 .8V with isolated ground and current sinking capability) 5. Analog signal generato (r5 -10 Vp-p sine wave a t 1 kHz) 6. Resistors1:- 100k A,2-10k A, 1-l kA 7. Capacitor: l-1 yF (25 Y) 8. Dual trace oscilloscope Squematics
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Procedure 1. To demonstrate a passive clipping circuit; connect the circuit in Figure 3. 2. With a dual trace oscilloscope set to dc output coupling , sketch the input vs and vl. Record the voltage level at which clipping occurs. Clipping occurs at 3.96V 3. Connect the circuit in Figure 4. . Clipping occurs at -3.96V
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4. To demonstrate a passive clamping circuit, connect the circuit in Figure 7. 5.
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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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Lab 23 Clipping and - Objectives 1 To demonstrate passive and active clipping circuits 2 To demonstrate passive and active clamping circuits

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