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Members follow safety precautions most of the time. Members follow safety precautions at all times. II. Work Habits Time Managem ent / Conduct of Experime nt Members do not finish on time with incomplete data. Members finish on time with incomplete data. Members finish ahead of time with complete data and time to revised data. Cooperati ve and Teamwork Members do not know their tasks and have no defined responsibilities. Group conflicts have to be settled by the instructor. Members have defined responsibilities most of the time. Group conflicts are cooperatively managed most of the time. Members are on tasks and have defined responsibilities at all times. Group conflicts are cooperatively managed at all times. Neatness and Orderlines s Messy workplace during and after the experiment. Clean and orderly workplace with occasional mess during and after the experiment. Clean and orderly workplace at all times during and after the experiment.
Ability to do indepen dent work Members require supervision by the instructor. Members require occasional supervision by the instructor. Members do not need to be supervised by the instructor. Other comments / Observations: TOTAL SCORE RATING = (Total Score / 20) x 100%
TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES 938 Aurora Blvd., Cubao Quezon City “Design of Experiment that Utilizes the Application of a RC Phase Shift Oscillator” Submitted by: Aguinaldo, David Lance A. Nesperos, Sarah Nicole D. Pinca, Christian Allein C. Reyes, Elieka E. San Juan, Pamela L. CPE21FA1 Engr. Ryann A. Alimuin Instructor October 2019
Data and Results: R4 should be at 35% or equal to 35k ohms so that the gain of the inverting amplifier would be 29 to keep the loop gain as unity Waveform The blue signal determines the input while the red signals is the output. We can see that there is a 360 degrees phase shift. Frequency Rf Av 6.497kHz 35k 29 Table 1 1 ? = 2𝜋 𝑅𝐶 √2? 1 ? = 2𝜋 (1𝑘Ω)(10??) √2(3) ? = 6.497 𝑘𝐻𝑧 ≈ 6.5 𝑘𝐻𝑧 ?? = −𝑅? 𝑅? 𝑅? = −𝑅??? 𝑅? = (1.2𝑘Ω)(29) 𝑅? = 34800 𝑘Ω ≈ 35𝑘Ω
Trial R C Frequency (calculated) 1 10k 1nF 6.5KHz 2 1kΩ 8nF 8.121.84kHz 3 650Ω 10nF 10kHz Table 2 Trial 1 Given C=1nF F=6.5kHz 1 ? = 2𝜋 𝑅𝐶 √2? 1 𝑅 = 𝑅 = 2 𝜋 𝐶 2? ? 1 2 𝜋 (1??)√2(3) 6.5 𝑘𝐻𝑧 𝑅 = 9.99 𝑘Ω ≈ 10𝑘Ω Trial 2 Given C=8nF R= 1kΩ 1 ? = 2𝜋 𝑅𝐶 √2? 1 ? = 2𝜋 (1𝑘Ω)(8??) √2(3) Trial 3 Given R=650 ohms F=10kHz 1 ? = 2𝜋 𝑅𝐶 √2? ? = 8121.84 𝑘𝐻𝑧
1 𝐶 = 2 𝜋 𝑅 2? ? 1 2 𝜋 (650Ω) 2? 𝐶 = 10 𝑘𝐻𝑧 𝐶 = 9.99 ?? ≈ 10?? Observation: Based on the experiment and on the data we have gathered, it can be seen that oscillation only occurs when the gain is set greater than or equal to 29. Also, we can see that there is 360 degrees phase shift on the output signal with respect to the input signal. We can also observe that each RC section has a 60 degree phase shift in which the total phase shift of the whole RC network is 180degrees. Changing the values of the RC network also changes the frequency generated. Interpretation: The RC phase shift oscillator uses the inverting input of the op-amp to increase a total of 360 degrees phase shift. We realize that the addition of the inverting amplifier is – Rf/Ri. The variable resistor is viewed as the adjustment for the oscillator. The increase should be equal or greater than 29 to give a steady

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