EXPERIMENT NUMBER 6
MEASUREMENT OF CAPACITORS
To design and construct a capacitor of a specified value and measure its actual capacitance.
Calculate the foil length needed to construct a capacitor of the value specified by the in
EXPERIMENT NUMBER 5
BASIC OSCILLOSCOPE OPERATIONS
The oscilloscope is the most versatile and most important tool in this lab and is
probably the best tool an electrical engineer uses. This outline guides you through the
basic operations of a specific os
EXPERIMENT NUMBER 3
ANALYSIS OF RESISTIVE NETWORKS
To learn to use a circuit simulator package for analysis of networks containing resistances,
independent sources, and dependent sources.
Read through this experiment a
EXPERIMENT NUMBER 2
The resistors used in this laboratory are carbon composition resistors, consisting of
graphite or some other type of carbon embedded in a filler material. Graphite is a
moderately good conductor, so by varying the
EXPERIMENT NUMBER 10
TRANSIENT ANALYSIS USING PSPICE
To learn to use a circuit simulator package for plotting the response of a circuit in the time
Read through this experiment and all of Appendix D.
EXPERIMENT NUMBER 9
INDUCTOR CURRENT-VOLTAGE RELATIONSHIP
Purpose: To demonstrate the relationship between the voltage and current of a inductor.
An inductor is a linear circuit element whose voltage and current are related by a
EXPERIMENT NUMBER 8
CAPACITOR CURRENT-VOLTAGE RELATIONSHIP
Purpose: To demonstrate the relationship between the voltage and current of a capacitor.
A capacitor is a linear circuit element whose voltage and current are related by a
EXPERIMENT NUMBER 7
RMS and Average Values
You may need to review the equations for calculating RMS and average values of
a periodic waveform. Prior to performing this lab, determine the ratio between the
RMS value and the peak value for sinusoid, triangl