EE 230 Lab 3 Fall 2006 Fundamental Properties

EE 230 Lab 3 Fall 2006 Fundamental Properties - EE 230...

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EE 230 Experiment 3 Fall 2006 Fundamental Linear Circuit Concepts Objective: The objective of this lab is to allow the student to investigate the distortion introduced by linear circuits, to enhance the concepts of transfer functions, to develop some reasoning/troubleshooting skills, and to investigate some properties of the audio spectrum. Equipment: Computer with SPICE, Signal Express, GP-IB capability, and appropriate IVI drivers HP E3631A or equivalent power supply (GP-IB Capable) HP 33120A or equivalent signal generator (GP-IB Capable) HP 34401A or equivalent multimeter (GP-IB Capable) HP 54602B or equivalent oscilloscope Parts: Assortment of Resistors and Capacitors Potentiometer 3 Prepared mystery circuits Amplified speaker Practical Details: Several fundamental aspects of linear circuits will be investigated in this experiment. In the first problem, the concepts of superposition and harmonic distortion will be investigated. The second will focus on “forensic” skills applied to
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