1) In Multisim, build the circuit above. (10 points)
2) Adjust voltage source from -10 to 10 volts, in one volt increments, the measure and record the
voltage across resistor R1. (30 points)
3) What is your comment on
Draw Thevnin equivalent circuit of the circuit above at the point Out. (10 points)
Find voltage equivalent (Vth) of the circuit in (1). (20 points)
Find resistance equivalent (Rth) of the circuit in (1). (20 points)
From the information given below, find:
i) Amplitude and Frequency of the waveforms.
ii) Phase difference (degree) between the waveforms
According to the setting of the Oscilloscope:
Timebase Scales: 1ms/Div. Thus, each division along the X-axis i
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA
EE 355 - ELECTRICAL LABORATORY I - INTRODUCTION
This course serves as an introduction to the hands-on world of electrical engineering. We
will be going over a variety of interest
ENGR 355 - FINAL
DESIGN A FREQUENCY DETECTOR CIRCUIT THAT WILL DETECT
DIFFERENT RANGE OF FREQUENCIES.
1. Your input signal will be 2VPeak sinusoidal signal of range 0-20KHz.
2. Your design must contain three light emittin
Assignment 1: (30 points)
Build the circuit of Figure 1. Vary the resistance of the potentiometer in a step size of 10% (i.e.
vary the voltage in 1V step size) and measure the voltages Vin, VB, and VC as shown in Figure 1
HALF WAVE RECTIFIERS
In multisim, connect the circuit as the figure above, using a 20 volt p-p square wave at 60Hz as the input.
The square wave should have a minimum value of -10 volts, and a maximum value of +10 volts. Trigger
RESISTIVE VOLTAGE DIVISION
To study voltage division in representative resistive circuits.
1) Connect the circuit in Fig. 1a, using a 10 k potentiometer fitted with a knob. Position
the potentiometer so the knob can be adj
RESISTOR CAPACITOR CIRCUITS
Connect circuit as above using an input 3 volts square wave at the frequency 100Hz
1) Calculate by hand the time capacitor needed to reach from 0V to 2V.(15 points)
2) Calculate by hand the time cap
To gain familiarity with the test equipment and to demonstrate the usefulness of
Thevenin's theorem states that any point in a linear circuit can be represented by a resistor
in series w
PRELAB 6 Part 1
DC POWER SUPPLIES
Assignment 1: (40 points)
In multisim connect circuit as the figure above, using a 6V RMS ac source as the input.
1) Obtain the waveform at output (across R1 resistor)
2) Measure the ripple of the output waveform
RESISTANCE TO GROUND
1) Calculate by hand the resistance to the ground of the following circuits (25 points)
2) Using the multimeter in Multisim measure the resistance to the ground of these circuits
above (25 poin
Catholic University of America
Ujjal Kumar Bhowmik, Ph.D.
Dept. of Electrical Engineering and
Catholic University of America
Introduction to Multisim
This tutorial is intended to get the student familiar wit
In multisim, connect the circuit as the figure above (OR gate), connect input 1 from function generator (0
t0 3 volt square wave) at a frequency of about 1kHz. Connect both input and output to oscilloscope. (10
To study the characteristics and applications of silicon diodes.
Diodes are nonsymmetrical electrical devices. They conduct better when one end, called
the anode, is positive with respect to the other end, call