University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Experiment 7
Measuring the vi Characteristics of a NonLinear Device
Douglas McGary
Tennessee Technological University
Partner: Steven Prieto
Due: September 24, 2011
Performed: September 19, 2011
Scheibe 2
Introduction
Theory
Experimental Procedure
Resul
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Experiment 3
Simulation and Experimental Verification of
Transients in Electrical Circuits
Will Scheibe
Tennessee Technological University
Due: September 20, 2011
Performed: September 15, 2011
Scheibe 2
Introduction
Theory
Experimental Procedure
Results
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University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Experiment 2
Measurements Using the Digital Multimeter
Will Scheibe
Tennessee Technological University
Due: September 13, 2011
Performed: September 8, 2011
Scheibe 2
Introduction
One of the most useful tools in the lab is the Digital MultiMeter (DMM). T
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Experiment 5:
HalfWave Rectifier
ECE 3060 101 Spring 2014
Author: Joshua Elliot
Partner: Bruce Von Almen
Date of Experiment: February 19th, 2014
Due: February 24th, 2014
Introduction
The learning objective is to understand the operation of a diode in a h
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
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University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Experiment # 5
Build and Test Combinational Logic Circuits
ECE 3160 101
Thomas Gauci
Due: 10/11/2011
Performed: 10/04/2011
Partners: Mike Cole, Joseph Stephenson
TA: Rami Amiri
Table of Contents
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University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Experiment # 7
More Circuit Synthesis Techniques
ECE 3160 101
Thomas Gauci
Due: 11/01/2011
Performed: 10/25/2011
Partners: Mike Cole, Joseph Stephenson
TA: Rami Amiri
Table of Contents
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Handout. 2
Introduction4
Theory 4
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Data and R
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Experiment 8
Experiment Design: Node Voltage Analysis/ Mesh Current Analysis
Will Scheibe
Tennessee Technological University
Due: October 25, 2011
Performed: October 20, 2011
Scheibe 2
Introduction
Theory
Experimental Procedure
Results
Conclusion
Referenc
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
ECE 2060 Fall 2010
Lab Experiment (6)
Analysis of AC Circuits
Name:
Objectives: This experiment demonstrates the following:
1 The relationship between the time domain response and its sinusoidal frequency
response of circuits containing energy storage el
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Experiment 5:
AC Measurements
ECE 2060 101 Measurements Lab
Author: Nathan Brown
Date Due: 10/12/10
Date Performed: 10/5/10
Lab Partner: Noble Halliburton
Theory and Introduction
The function of Experiment 5 was to become more familiar with
alternating cu
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Experiment 7:
Finding the Inductance of an Unknown Inductor
ECE 2060 101 Measurements Lab
Tennessee Tech University
Author: Nathan Brown
Date Due: 11/9/10
Date Performed: 11/2/10
Introduction
For experiment 7, we were charged with finding the value of an
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Name _
ECE 2060
Node Voltage Analysis / Mesh Current Analysis
Objective
The educational objective of this experiment is to verify Kirchhoffs Laws. The first
states that total current entering or leaving a node is zero, the second states that total
voltage
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Experiment # 10
Sequential Logic Circuits and Testing
ECE 3160 101
Thomas Gauci
Due: 11/22/2011
Performed: 11/15/2011
Partners: Mike Cole, Joseph Stephenson
TA: Rami Amiri
Table of Contents
Section_Page#
Handout. 2
Introduction4
Theory 4
Procedure.7
Data
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Q1:
What is the basic ground topology that produces a lowinductance structure?
Q2:
a. The width of a ground trace affects what parameter, and is important at what frequencies?
b. The griding of a ground affects what parameter, and is important at what fr
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Q1:
At room temperature (290 K), what is the minimum noise voltage possible in a 50 measuring system
that has a bandwidth of 100 kHz?
Q2:
Calculate the noise voltage produced by a 5000 resistor in a system with a 10kHz bandwidth at a
temperature of:
a.
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Q1:
In Fig. P21 the stray capacitance between conductors 1 and 2 is 50 pF. Each conductor has a capacitance
to ground of 150 pF. Conductor 1 has a 10V alternating current (ac) signal at a frequency of 100 kHz on
it. What is the noise voltage picked up b
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Q1:
a. Capacitors are usually characterized by what parameter?
b. What is the most important consideration in choosing a type of capacitor?
Q2:
a. Name two types of lowfrequency capacitors?
b. Name two types of mediumfrequency capacitors?
c. Name two ty
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Q1:
What type of ground does not carry current during normal operation?
Q2:
Proper ac power grounding can be very effective in controlling differential and commonmode noise on
the power distribution system. True or false?
Q3:
What is the optimum way to
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Q1:
What is the difference between noise and interference?
Q2:
a. Does a digital watch satisfy the FCCs definition of a digital device?
b. Does a digital watch have to meet the FCCs EMC requirements?
Q3:
a. Does test equipment have to meet the technical s
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Q1:
Which type of breakdown is the hardest to prevent, glow discharge or arc discharge, and why?
Q2:
A 1H, 400 relay coil is to be operated from a 30V dc supply. The switch controlling the relay has
platinum contacts. Design an RC contact protection net
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ECE 315

Summer 2015
Q1:
Derive Eq. 47.
Q2:
If the balanced circuit of Fig. 44 has a CMRR of 60 dB, and a 300 mV commonmode ground voltage,
what will be the noise voltage across the balanced load?