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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 Group Members: Peter Parker, Recorder Dr. Said Ahmed-Zaid Bruce Banner, Leader
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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. OBJECTIVES ........................................................................................................................ 3 2. 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 3. DISCUSSION ........................................................................................................................ 3 4. CONCLUSION .......................................................................................................................
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