Objective
The purpose of this experiment was to analyze an AC circuit in Pspice. The circuit analyzed can
be seen in Figure 1. This AC circuit included resistors, capacitors, an inductor, an independent AC voltage
source, and a voltage dependent current s

Laboratory Report Format
1. Each individual shall submit a report. It is understood that group members will have the
same set of data to work with.
2. All reports shall be prepared using a word processor.
3. Laboratory reports shall consist of the followi

Experiment 6
The Oscilloscope and the Function Generator
The oscilloscope and the function generator are essential equipment in any electronics
laboratory. The Agilent DSO 1002A series oscilloscope is a digital device, which can be
connected to a computer

Experiment 4
Kirchhoffs Laws and Superposition
In this experiment, Kirchhoffs laws will be investigated using a more complex circuit than
in the previous experiment. Two voltage sources and seven resistors are included in the circuit.
Kirchhoffs voltage l

Experiment 3
Computer Aided Linear DC Circuit Analysis
DC Circuit Analysis Using Pspice
Pspice is a general-purpose circuit simulation program for linear or nonlinear, ac or dc, or
transient circuit analysis. A circuit may contain resistors, capacitors, i

Experiment 7
Computer Aided Linear AC Circuit Analysis
AC Circuit Analysis Using Pspice
An AC (frequency domain) analysis of linear circuits may be performed using Pspice. In AC
analysis, there are two additional circuit elements, the capacitor and the in

Experiment 9
Power in AC Circuits
A reactive component in an AC circuit, a capacitor or an inductor, has a current and a
voltage associated with it. The product of this current and voltage indicates the power
associated with the component. This power is n

Experiment 1
Kirchhoffs Laws
Kirchhoffs current law (KCL) states that the algebraic sum of the currents entering any
node in a circuit is equal to zero. Kirchhoffs voltage law (KVL) states that the algebraic sum of
the voltages around any closed path in a

Experiment 2
Meter Circuits
Even in these days of digital circuitry, the dArsonval meter movement still finds application
as a simple passive indicator of electric current. In this instrument, an electric current produces a
proportional magnetic field tha

Experiment
AC Circuit Analysis
When analyzing a circuit containing reactive components, inductors and capacitors, with AC
voltages applied, the voltages, eun'ents and branch impedances must be treated as complex
quantmes. These quantities can be expressed

Objective: The objective of this lab was to demonstrate and verify three theorems: the Reciprocity
theorem, Thevenins theorem and the maximum power transfer theorem.
Procedure: We set up three different circuits to verify the different theorems. First we

Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to verify Kirchhoff's current law for an AC circuit using a
parallel RLC circuit and to verify Kirchhoff's voltage law for an AC circuit using a series RLC circuit.
The results will be stated in rectangular or p

Objective
The purpose of this experiment was to measure the apparent power in an AC circuit with an AC
voltmeter and an AC ammeter, and the real power with a wattmeter. The voltage used in this experiment is
extremely high, so precautions were taken so no

Scale Deflection
Full
3/4
1/2
1/4
Table 1 Ammeter Circuit
Milliamperes
Microamperes Percent Error
100 mA
57 A
43%
75 mA
44 A
41%
50 mA
29 A
42%
25 mA
14 A
41%
Table 2 Voltmeter Circuits
DVM
4.9738 V
Figure 3
Constructed
5V
Table 3 Ohmmeter Circuit
Current

Objective
The purpose of this experiment was to use the basic d'Arsonval meter movement and simply
passive circuitry to construct a voltmeter, an ammeter, and an ohmmeter. In part 1, the internal resistance
of the meter needed to be measured. In Part 2, a

Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to investigate Kirchhoff's law by analyzing a complex circuit.
Two voltage sources and seven resistors are included. Kirchhoff's voltage law will be verified by
analyzing different loops and Kirchhoff's current

Objective
The purpose of this experiment was to use the oscilloscope and function generator to collect data
and images. In part 1,the purpose was to setup an AC voltage source, measure the V rms with the
oscilloscope and then with the digital voltmeter to

Phase difference,
Scope: Period
10 ms
10 ms
10 ms
Table 2
Method #1
Method #2
Sine Wave
Square Wave
Triangular Wave
Table 1
Scope: Vrms Meter: Voltage
3.58 V
3.5376 V
5.15 V
4.9978 V
2.89 V
2.8890 V
Theoretical Value
38.83
39.11
38.83

Objective
The purpose of this experiment was to use Pspice to analyze a DC circuit. The circuit contained
resistors, a DC voltage source, a DC current source, and a voltage dependent current source. The student
followed the instructors given and setup the

Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to investigate the principles of Kirchhoff's current law (KCL)
and Kirchhoff's voltage law (KVL). Kirchhoff's current law states that the algebraic sum of the currents
entering any node in a circuit is equal to