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EEL 3552 Lab Instructions General Instructions: Every Lab report should be submitted in the following order: 1. Pre-lab. 2. MATLAB Simulations (If any). 3. Objective. 4. Apparatus. 5. Theory or Background. 6. Procedure. 7. Results & Conclusion (Lab questions should be answered in this section). 8. Conclusion. Note: All supporting graphs should be included in the report. A detailed comparison between the pre-lab, simulations and measurements is expected. Questions included in the procedure have to be answered with proper justification. Grading : Lab 1: Spectrum Analysis Pre-lab – 20 points (2 questions, 10 points each) Others and graphs – 80 points Lab 2: Periodic Signal Spectra Pre-lab – 20 points (Q.1 - 12 points, Q.2 – 8 Points) Calculations and Questions – 30 points (10 points each) Others and graphs – 50 points Lab 3: Low Pass Filter Pre-lab – 20 points (Q.1 & 2 – 7 points each, Q.3 &4 – 3 points each) Simulations – 20 points Calculations and Questions – 20 points (5 points each) Others and graphs – 40 points Lab 4: Amplitude Modulation Pre-lab – 20 points (2 questions, 10 points each) Simulations – 30 points Questions – 10 points (5 points each) Others and graphs – 40 points Lab 5: Frequency Modulation Pre-lab – 20 points Simulations – 20 points Others and graphs – 60 points
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