Plot the voltage waveforms across the resistor and the capacitor over two

# Plot the voltage waveforms across the resistor and

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wave with amplitude of 1 volt (2 volt peak-to-peak). Plot the voltage waveformsacross the resistor and the capacitor over two periods in steady state. Capture theplot and paste it as Figure 9 in the report form below. Measure the phasedifference between the current through and the voltage across the capacitor (in thedirection of assumed current flow). (Note that the current through the capacitor isproportional to the voltage across the resistor, and thus the phase of the currentAC Measurements
through the capacitor is equal to the phase of the voltage across the resistor.)Record your result in Table 1 of the report form below.Include a picture of yourimplementation in your report, the picture must include the circuit as well asthe connections to the ADK.2.In this part of the lab, you will make measurements of the RC circuit using thenetwork analyzer instrument feature of the Analog Discovery. Use waveformgenerator channel 1 (the solid yellow wire numbered W1) as the stimulus for thecircuit. (Don’t forget the ground connection!) Connect oscilloscope input channel1 so as to monitor the output of the AWG (i.e., the source). Connect oscilloscopeinput channel 2 across the capacitor. In the control area of the instrument, set theStart and Stop frequencies to 100 Hz and 1 MHz respectively. Ensure that thescope channels are set so as to use ‘Channel 1 as Reference’. Capture the Bodeplot (magnitude and phase) of the voltage across the capacitor and paste it asFigure 10 in the report form below. 3.Build the RL Circuit on your breadboard. Measure the circuit with a 10 kHz sinewave with amplitude of 1 volt (2 volt peak-to-peak). Plot the voltage waveformsacross the resistor and the inductor over two periods in steady state. Capture theplot and paste it as Figure 11 in the report form below. Measure the phasedifference between the current through and the voltage across the inductor (in thedirection of assumed current flow). (Note that the current through the inductor isproportional to the voltage across the resistor, and thus the phase of the currentthrough the inductor is equal to the phase of the voltage across the resistor.)Record your result in Table 2 of the report form below. Include a picture of yourimplementation in your report, the picture must include the circuit as well asthe connections to the ADK.4.In this part of the lab, you will make measurements of the RL circuit using thenetwork analyzer instrument feature of the Analog Discovery. Use waveformgenerator channel 1 (the solid yellow wire numbered W1) as the stimulus for thecircuit. (Don’t forget the ground connection!) Connect oscilloscope input channel1 so as to monitor the output of the AWG (i.e., the source). Connect oscilloscopeinput channel 2 across the inductor. In the control area of the instrument, set theStart and Stop frequencies to 100 Hz and 1 MHz respectively.

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