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ECT 110 Lab5 - Objective The purpose of this lab was to...

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Objective: The purpose of this lab was to understand how the Oscilloscope works and how to generate and read the function generator. At the conclusion of this exercise, our understanding of how parallel DC circuits work and how to read the Oscilloscope were intended to increase. Equipment Used: Multi-meter Power Source 840 pt. Breadboard Resistors Electrical leads MultiSim Software Oscilloscope Connection wires Procedure: The initial step in this lab exercise was to use formulate readings off of the Oscilloscope given some variables and solving for the rest. In order to do this step, we had to find all connection wires necessary and manipulate the oscilloscope to the correct given variables. Before recording any data, we double checked to make sure all connections were correct and that the oscilloscope was in the correct readings. The oscilloscope was generally simple to set up as long as you read the labels and played around with it. At first we had some trouble finding out where to find our measured data but after messing around with the machine and pressing a few buttons we got it to show up on our screen. Once you had it started it was rather simple to finsh. The problem was getting it started took a good amount of time. The results we found can be found on Figure 1. After we measured the 5VpSin, 10Vp Square, Pulse, and Sawtooth wave forms, it was time to move onto the second part of the lab. In this step, we had to set up an offset
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