MAE180 Laboratory Project 2
Basic operational amplifier circuits
EXPERIMENT #1: open loop test circuit. DESCRIPTION The physical package of an op-amp has more terminals than the 3-terminal symbol used in class to represent it. The figures below show
MAE180 Laboratory Project 4
Strange elements in the negative feedback loop
EXPERIMENT #1: power booster. DESCRIPTION An operational amplifier may not be able to provide the power required by large loads. A possible solution is using the op-amp to co
MAE180 Laboratory Project 3
Departure from ideal op-amp performance. Peak detector.
EXPERIMENT #1: input bias current. DESCRIPTION An important departure from the ideal op-amp model is the very small, but finite current that the inverting and non-in
MAE180 Laboratory Project 1
DAQ analog input, half wave rectifier and bandpass filter
EXPERIMENT #1: using a DAQ card for recording voltage signals. Differential versus SingleEnded Analog Inputs. DESCRIPTION A voltage signal is transferred to the A/
MAE180- ELECTRIC CIRCUIT AND INTERFACES Winter 2009 Catalog Data:
The design of analog circuits based on lumped circuit elements. Analog circuits for interfaces of mechanical systems and data acquisition. Emphasis on operational amplifier circuit des
1] This circuit is called difference amplifier. What is Vout in terms of Va, Vb, R1 and R2? (Hint: the op-amp can be approximated by our ideal, Golden Rules model). (25 points)
2] This is an instrumentation amplifier. Compute Vout in terms of Va, Vb
1] Find the amplitude of the current I for sinusoidal input signals having a amplitude of 4 V, and the following frequencies: 0.1 Hz, 1 Hz, 10 Hz, and 100 Hz. (Hint: the op-amp can be approximated by our ideal, Golden Rules model). (25 points)
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DUE ON MARCH 13th, FRIDAY
1] Compute Vo as a function of Vi, for a) R1 = 10k, R2 = 0; b) R1 = 0, R2 = 10k; c) R1 = 7.5k, R2 = 2.5k; d) R1 = 5k, R2 = 5k; e) R1 = 2.5k, R2 = 7.5k.
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2] The input voltage is Vi = 8sin(2t). Plot
Homework set #4, due on February 5, 4:00 pm Chapter 3, problems 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 24, 26 AND Chapter 5, problem 12, figure C: solve the problem by writing down the characteristic equations for the capacitor and the diode, similarly to wh
Homework set #3, due on January, 29, 4:00 pm Chapter 5, problems 12 and 13 (do not do the first circuit in figure D). AND For a rectangular wave input signal with a frequency of 1 Hz and amplitude 5 V, a current limiting resistor R = 1 , and a forwar
Homework set #2, due on January, 22, 4:00 pm Chapter 2, problems 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9 AND The voltage drop across the 1 k resistor should track as close as possible the voltage supply output, but should not exceed 4 V. The amplitude of the sinusoidal vol