EE 230 Lab 6 Spring 2010 Linear Op Amp Applications

EE 230 Lab 6 Spring 2010 Linear Op Amp Applications - EE...

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EE 230 Experiment 6 Spring 2010 Some Linear Applications of Operational Amplifiers Objectives: The primary objective of this experiment is to investigate some linear applications of the operational amplifier. The effects of noise on amplifier performance will also be investigated. There are 4 parts to this experiment. Since this is a new experiment, we do not know how long it will take to complete so Part 4, which focuses on building a high gain amplifier and on noise, will be extra credit. Equipment: Computer with SPECTRE, Signal Express, GP-IB capability, and appropriate IVI drivers HP E3631A or equivalent power supply (GP-IB Capable) HP 33220A or equivalent signal generator (GP-IB Capable) HP 34410A or equivalent multimeter (GP-IB Capable) TEK DR 3012 or equivalent oscilloscope Parts: Assortment of Resistors and Capacitors 4 741 op amps Amplified Speaker Photoresistor Part 1 Integrators Design an inverting integrator with a unity gain frequency of 1KHz. The topology shown in Fig. 1 is the basic inverting integrator. a) Compare the theoretical and measured response if the input is a 1V 0-P sinusoid of frequency 500Hz, 1KHz, and 2KHz b) Add loss to the integrator by placing a large shunt resistor in parallel with the integration capacitor. Size the lossy element so that the dc gain is 50. Repeat
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course EE 230 taught by Professor Mina during the Fall '08 term at Iowa State.

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