2 As the frequency of the triangle signal applied to a differentiator op amp

2 as the frequency of the triangle signal applied to

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2. As the frequency of the triangle signal applied to a differentiator op amp increases, the amplitude of the square wave produced at the output increases . A. increases B. decreases 3. The output of the differentiator in Figure 12-1 will go into positive and negative saturation when the frequency is extremely high. A. positive saturation B. negative saturation C. both A and B 4. The output voltage produced by the differentiator op amp is about ±14.1V when it saturates. A. +12.5V B. -12.5V C. both A and B 5. The frequency at which the circuit in this experiment saturates is 1.75K Hz. Conclusions: While I was completing this lab, I learned how the input waveform can be manipulated by an integrator. I noticed that as the input amplitude increases, the output magnitude decreases. I also saw that as the input magnitude increases, the output amplitude increases. In the second lab I discovered that the higher the peak input voltage, the higher the wave outputs would be as well and that the rate of change of a triangle signa is inversely proportional to its frequency. References: NI Multisim TM 13.0 [Computer program]. (2013). Austin, TX: National Instruments.
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Bartelt, T. L. (2011). Industrial Automated Systems: Instrumentation and Motion Control, 1st Edition . [ECPI]. Retrieved from
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