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Unformatted text preview: how 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 sin wave on the function generator on the oscilloscope. We then had to connect random resistors across the function generator output until the output voltage decreased by 10%. We were then asked to record the resistance and voltage of the loaded output voltage. The last step in this part was to draw an equivalent voltage divider circuit of the function generator. The results to this step in the lab can be seen in Figure 2. In the final part of this lab, we were asked to construct the given circuit and calculate the Vr1 from the schematic and measure it with the oscilloscope. Results: 1) Fill in the blanks. Figure1 O- Multi- Functi on scope Meter Freq Period Freq (Hz) 10 (s) 100ms _ 100 2.5 _ -5 Genera tor Wavefor Offset m Voltage Type 5Vp 0 Sin 0 Vout max (Vp)...
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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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