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Hung, Bill Chun Wai

EE 105 Microelectronics Lab 01 Introduction to Electronic Test Equipment

Objectives

To get familiar with test equipments and the HP 5461B oscilloscope.<= /span> Perform DC and transient measurements.

Procedure/Measurement Report

Use the Oscilloscope and Signal Generator to see undercompensa= ted and overcompensated effects

Try the triggering function of the oscilloscope.

Use the Digital Multimeter to measure the given circuit= .

Measure Resistor I-V graph with DMM and oscilloscope

Perform Transient Analysis on the given circuit.

Results/Analysis<= /o:p>

2.1

Q 3.

1.What’s<= /span> the maximum voltage the supply will produce?

The ma= ximum voltage is 5V peak to peak.

2.How accurate is the power supply’s panel?

The sc= ale is accurate to 0.5V.

3. Can this experiment be done with= AC mode? Why, why not?

This c= annot be done with AC mode because AC mode filters out the DC signals with a coupling capacitor.

4. AC and DC coupling dif= ference?

&nb= sp;           AC coupling filters out the DC signals and DC coupling doe= s not.

Q4.

1. How close to two measurements ag= ree?

&nb= sp;           The two measurements is extremely close, which is +-0.01V.

2. What is the maximum peak-topeak amplitude available from the generator?

Maximu= m =3D 20V, minimum =3D 100mV.

3. What does the trigger level do?

The tr= igger level shifts the waveform to left and right on the display, which is actually shifting the beginning of the waveform.

Q5.

1. What is the shortest pulse width? The longest?

Highest freq= uency 10 MHz, lowest frequency 0.1mHz. Lowest width =3D 1= /10MHz =3D 10^-7s. Longest width =3D 1/0.1mHz=3D10^4= s.

2.3

Q2. Voltage of node 1 and nod= e 2? V(1) =3D 9.88. V(2) =3D 6.57.

Q3. Derive a relationship for V(2) in terms of Vsupply, RA and RB.

V(2) =3D Vsupply – (Vsupply)/(RA + RB) x(RB)

Q4. Calculate the current through resistor= RB.

The current is calculated to be 0.3= 33 mA. The measured current is 0.336mA. The error is 1%.=

2.5

Q1. Measure the resistance on a 10k ohm ca= rbon resistor.

The 10= k ohm is measured to be 9.875k ohm.

Q2. Learn how to perform an I-V using oscilloscope.

10k ohm, 5V, 50mA.

2.5

Q4. Display the waveforms on oscilloscope.

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Q5.

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The 100kHz graph is like the graph of 10kHz except the blue curve is almost a horizontal line.

Conclusions

Basically the lab is to have the st= udent be familiar with the lab equipments. Know how to adjust the probe, the error w= ith the DC voltage source pane, and other lab techniques that is important to k= now like AC mode and DC mode.