Different between RSE and NRSE
RSE: RSE mode you will connect your positive signal to any of the AI X channels and the
negative to Al ground.
NRSE: IN NRSE mode you will connect your positive signal t
9 f 9 =sin(t)+2 sin(2 t)
t=linspace(-1,3,400);
T=linspace(-1,3,400);
f1=sin(pi*T)+2*sin(2*pi*T);
plot(t,f1)
axis ([-1 +3 -3 3])
grid on
title ('Run 1 Part J')
Area=trapz(t,f1)
Area = -6.9389e-18
10) f
Introduction
In this experiment is about the series sinusoidal circuits. In this lab we going to measure the
voltage of a series ac circuit, determine the input impedance using experimental methods. A
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IV.
V.
VI.
Objectives3
Equipment.3
Theory.3
Procedure .4
experiment result.4-13
Conclusion.14
Equipment:
Lab VIEW software
NI ELVI II Serie Benchtop Workstation
NI ELVI I
Frequency response of RL
In this experiment will be used a DMM, an Oscilloscope, a function generator, 100 resistor and
10mH inductor. The DMM read resistance, voltage and current with a digital displ
Table of Contents
Objectives.3
Introduction.3
Objectives
The objectives of the Lab were
To measure depth of modulation by trapezium display
To measure depth of modulation using a spectrum analyzer
Int
Frequency response of R, L, and, C Components
In this experiment will be used a DMM, an Oscilloscope, a function generator, resistors
(100, 1), a 10mH inductor and capacitors (0.1f, 0,47f).The DMM rea
Frequency response of R-C
In this experiment will be used a DMM, an Oscilloscope, a function generator, 1K resistor and
0.1F capacitor. The DMM read resistance, voltage and current with a digital disp
`Course No: Signal and Systems
Name: Farhad Razaq, Haomin Pan
Section No: _E253_
REPORT FOLDER
NEW YORK CITY
COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
_
Department of _Electrical & Tele
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V
Objectives3
Theory.3
Procedure.4
Experiment result.4
Conclusion.7
OBJECTIVES:
The main objective of this experiment is decoding of a PCM signal. Determination of the
qu
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Objectives3
Theory.3-4
Procedure.4
Experiment result.4-9
Conclusion.9
Objectives
The objectives of the Lab were
Demodulating FM signal using PLL
Understanding the chara
Objective:
The objective of this exercise are:
To gain experience in sketching and plotting time function.
To use a numerical and symbolical MATLAB approach to obtain time plots.
To use MATLAB to veri
The object of this lab is learn about the parallel sinusoidal circuit is very important
in Ac. In RL parallel circuit resistor and inductor are connected in parallel with each
other and this combinati
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
Objectives3
Equipment.3
Theory.3
Procedure .4
experiment result.4-11
Conclusion.12
Equipment:
Lab VIEW software
NI ELVI II software
Required soft front panels
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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II.
III.
IV.
V.
Objectives3
Equipment.3
Theory.3
Procedure and experiment result.3-9
Conclusion.10
Equipment:
Lab VIEW software
Objective:
Programming in Lab VIEW is very differen
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IV.
V.
Objectives3
Theory.3
Procedure.3
Experiment result.4
Conclusion.13
OBJECTIVES:
The main objective of this experiment is to be familiarity with the properties of th
Objectives:
Develop skills with the oscilloscope as a voltage-measuring
instrument.
Learn how to measure the impedance of an element using a
current-sensing resistor.
Compare the measured and namep
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II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
Objectives3
Equipment.3
Theory.3
Procedure.3
Calculation.4-5
Conclusion.6
Equipment:
Lab VIEW software
Objective:
A computer based instrument is assembled insi
1. Describe the actual sensor in each of the following systems and the basic physical principle
or law upon which each works: (a) a tire pressure gage, (b) a toaster, (c) a car mph
indicator, (d) a te
Parameter
Scaling factor
Length
s
Area
s2
Volume
s
Surface-volume ratio
s1
Mass
s
Max inertial stress
s
Resonant Frequency
s1
Electric resistance
s
Electrostatic force
s
1
3
Formula
L
L*W
L*W*H
sa
v
=
ELC 81
15 September 2016
LABORATORY 01
Linear and Nonlinear Mixing
Objective:
To build two circuits using Operational Amplifiers which are going to generate two different
signals, sinusoidal and squar
Objectives
Measure the forward voltage drop across a diode and determine if the
component is faulty.
Demonstrate the forward current and voltage characteristics of pn-junction
diodes.
Demonstrate t
Objectives.
Demonstrate the constant voltage characteristics of the Zener diode.
Demonstrate the method used to measure zener impedance.
Materials
1- Variable DC power supply
2- DMMs (one with diode
Lab # 3 Ohms Law
ELC 11
Objectives
Become familiar with the dc power supply and the output voltage.
Measure the current in the circuit.
Apply and plot Ohms law.
Determine the slope.
Become more famili
ELC 81
15 September 2016
LABORATORY 02
Colpitts Oscillator
Objective:
To observe the gain-versus-frequency response characteristics of a tuned class A
transistor amplifier. This circuit permits us to
Procedure
Material
Integrated circuit 7404
Integrated circuit 7408
Integrated circuit 7432
DMM (Digital Multimeter)
Digital Electronics Assembly Kit
5V DC Power Supply
In this experiment, I will be u
Introduction
Almost all computers today use binary digital logic circuits. So, to understand the
computer logic, you should understand and master the logic operators (gates).These
circuits have just
Introduction
In this experiment, I introduced to the operations of multiple input NAND and NOR
gates. In addition I will use these gates to implement logic functions and will
demonstrate the value of