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© Texas A&M University. All rights reserved. 1 Laboratory Manual ELEN-325 Electronics Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering Texas A&M University Prepared by: Dr. Jose Silva-Martinez (jsilva@ece.tamu.edu) Rida Assaad (rida@ece.tamu.edu) Raghavendra Kulkarni (kulkarni@ece.tamu.edu)
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© Texas A&M University. All rights reserved. 2 Contents Lab 1 : Network Analysis and Bode plots 3 Lab 2 : Introduction to NI Elvis Environment 7 Lab 3 : Operational Amplifiers-Part I 19 Lab 4 : Operational Amplifiers-Part II 26 Lab5 : Operational Amplifiers-Part III 30 Lab6 : Introduction to Diodes 38 Lab7 : Characterization of the BJT 44 Lab8 : BJT Amplifiers: Basic configurations 50 Lab9 : BJT amplifiers: Design project 54 Lab10 : Characterization of the MOS transistor 56 Lab11 : CMOS amplifier configurations 60 Lab12 : CMOS amplifiers: Design project 64 Acknowledgments This manual was inspired from the previous ELEN-325 laboratory manual thanks to the effort of many people. The suggestions and corrections of Prof. Aydin Karsilayan, Felix Fernandez, Mandar Kulkarni in College Station and Wesam Mansour, Haitham Abu-Rub, Khalid Qaraqe in TAMU, Qatar are recognized. We would like to thank TAMU Qatar for the financial support while this lab manual is being constantly updated. We are thankful to National Instruments for generous donations of several NI Elvis Workstations. Add comments on how to improve the lab manual. All suggestions and comments are welcome. Give them to your TA or send them by email to jsilva@ece.tamu.edu. Copyright Texas A&M University. All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced, in any form or by any means, without permission in writing from Texas A&M University.
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© Texas A&M University. All rights reserved. 3 Lab 1: Network Analysis and Bode plots Objectives: The purpose of the lab is to investigate the frequency response of a passive filter and learn the fundamentals about circuit design and analysis in the frequency domain. List of Equipment required: a. Protoboard b. Capacitors c. Resistors d. Oscilloscope e. Function generator f. Frequency counter g. Digital Multimeter Introduction Frequency domain representation The frequency response is a representation of the system’s response to sinusoidal inputs at varying frequencies; it is defined as the magnitude ratio and phase difference between the input and output signals. If the frequency of the source in a circuit is used as a reference, it is possible to have a complete analysis in the frequency domain and time domains. Frequency domain analysis is easier than time domain analysis because differential equations used in the time domain are mapped into linear equations that are function of the frequency variable s ( σ+ j ω ). It is important to obtain the frequency response of a circuit because we can predict its response to any input signal.
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