|1. Introduction||Prelab||Guide||Report||Please see Appendix 1: About Resistors|
theoretical values calculated in the prelab should be recorded in the
Please do this before handing in your lab report to save yourself some work.
||Please see Appendix 2: About Capacitors
||Please use this RCCircuit.vi LabVIEW file for the lab (download the file by right-clicking the mouse). Here is the log-log graph that you would need for plotting the graphs.
|6. Op-Amps||Prelab||Guide||Report||Please see Appendix 3: LMC6482 Datasheet. In Guide, clipped means op-amp is clipping, not scope. Always compare theoretical values with measured. For differentiator apply 5V to pin 4 to avoid clipping. For integrator and differentiator frequency response, look at what happens to the gain before and after the "-3dB frequency" = 1/(2*π*τ)|
|7. Diodes||Prelab||Guide||Report||The background material is included in the Prelab. Please see Appendix 4 : LED Color, Voltage Chart. For Diode Logic, use 330 ohm resistors. Use of DMM is suggested to measure voltages.|
|8. CS Amplifiers||Prelab||Guide||Report||Nov 8-12, 2004. Please use this figure for circuit in figure 4 of the lab guide.|
|9. Smart Dust||Prelab||Guide||Report||Nov 15-19, 2004. Here is an addition to the lab guide. Please note that the prelab, guide and report are in the same file!|
|10. Audio Amplifier - Part 1 (AC to DC converter)||Prelab||Guide||Report||Nov 29 - Dec 3, 2004|
|10. Audio Amplifier - Part 2||Prelab||Guide||Report||Dec 6-10, 2004|