Exp 1 Oscilloscope

Exp 1 Oscilloscope - This includes hooking the scope up...

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Mynda Songer EE 361-03 Use of the Oscilloscope Experiment 1 5.) Scope Probe Calibration Amplitude: 250 mV 200 μ sec per division What is the period of the signal? T= 836 μ sec What is the frequency of the signal? F= 1.1962 kHz What is the DC offset voltage? V DC = 268 mV
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6.) Voltage Display Amplitude: 5 V 200 μ sec per division What is the period of the signal? T= 1 msec
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7.) Dual Display 8.) Adding Voltages
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Frequency of R 1 : 1 kHz Frequency of R 2 : 1 kHz
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9.) Phase Shift Questions 1.) Calculations in Appendix A % error = 0.94% % error = 0.50% 2. ) Conclusion This experiment taught me the basic use of the oscilloscope.
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Unformatted text preview: This includes hooking the scope up with either one or two inputs, to a voltage source, or as part of circuit. The scope has math features to measure the period, frequency, amplitude, and DC offset of an AC voltage. This feature also allows two input voltages to be inverted, subtracted, multiplied and divided, and will display the result. This experiment also showed that the percent error caused by the oscilloscope increases when the circuit voltage is closer to the 2M Ohms of the scope....
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course EE 361 taught by Professor Most during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly.

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