Allyson Wagner
Lab Summary, Lab 4
Introduction:
The Laplace Transform can be used to find transient time response of a network, because it simplifies
differentials and integrals into algebra. A Laplace Transform is used to change a function in terms of ti
P_L on secondary axis, V and I on primary axis
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Allyson Wagner
Lab 3 Summary
Introduction:
Sinusoidal signals can be represented as phasors, to make calculations easier. We can
calculate instantaneous voltage or current using the equations v=Vmsin(wt+) and i=Imsin(wt+
). Effective value of a sinusoid (
Allyson Wagner
Lab Summary, Lab 5
Introduction:
In this experiment, we dealt with op amps , which contain one to four amplifiers wrapped up in a package with
terminals. Op amps are used to perform mathematical operations on input signals, such as multipli