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Unformatted text preview: Boise State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 212L Circuit Analysis and Design Lab Fall 2011 Lab Report #1 Experiment #1: Waveform Measurements Date Performed: 08/30/11 Date Due: 09/06/11 Date Submitted: 09/06/11 Instructors: Dr. Jenny Smith Dr. Said Ahmed-Zaid Group Members: Peter Parker, Recorder Bruce Banner, Leader TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.
 OBJECTIVES ........................................................................................................................ 3
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 DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION ......................................................................... 3
 2.1
 Average and RMS Values of an Arbitrary Waveform ..................................................... 3
 2.2
 Theoretical Values for Built-in and Arbitrary Waveforms ................................................ 3
 2.3
 Theoretical RMS Values of Built-In and Arbitrary Waveforms ........................................ 3
 2.4
 Comparison of Equipment Accuracy .............................................................................. 3
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 DISCUSSION ........................................................................................................................ 3
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 CONCLUSION ....................................................................................................................... 3
 APPENDIX: DATA SHEET ........................................................................................................... 4
 2 1. OBJECTIVES Write the objectives of this lab in your own words. Do not plagiarize the lab handout. 2. DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION 2.1 Average and RMS Values of an Arbitrary Waveform (Answer 1) Here is an example on how to use the Microsoft Equation Editor 3.0. You can also go to http://www.mathtype.com and download a trial version of MathType which is an enhanced version of the Microsoft Equation Editor 3.0: (1) 2.2 Theoretical Values for Built-in and Arbitrary Waveforms (Answer 2) 2.3 Theoretical RMS Values of Built-In and Arbitrary Waveforms (Answer 3) 2.4 Comparison of Equipment Accuracy (Answer 4) 3. DISCUSSION In separate paragraphs, discuss problems encountered during the lab and explain any discrepancies between measurements and theoretical (predicted) results. Discuss sources of error. 4. CONCLUSION In one paragraph, summarize the objectives accomplished by the experiment and give feedback on how to improve the experiment. APPENDIX: DATA SHEET 3 ...
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