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Unformatted text preview: e output until the output voltage decreases by approximately 10%. Record the Resistance and Voltage of the loaded output voltage. Draw the equivalent voltage divider circuit of the ouput of the function generator. Figure 2 RL90% = 4.69 Ω VL90% = 4.64 V R1 50Ω 1mHz 5) Construct the following circuit: R2 469Ω V1 R1 1 4 1k Ω 5V 1MHz 0Deg R2 2k Ω 0 V= 5 sin(6.28e6t) Vr1= 4.8V Time = 2.05e-9 S Analysis: Overall, this lab exercise was pretty challenging but once you started getting readings it didn’t take long to complete the section. In terms of our data, we were not completely confident in our measured values even though they seemed reasonable. There could have been a lot of things that could have happened that would have altered the results of our lab. One simple push of a button could give you a wrong reading. The oscilloscope was tough to figure out at first and I do feel like we have a better feel for the instrument now. The part that took the longest to do was the first table. The circuits didn’t take us long and through the use of multisim we were able to run an audit test throu...
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This document was uploaded on 02/20/2014 for the course ECT 110 at University of Dayton.

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