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From what I see in the text book, I think you need to sweep $\delta$ from -0.8 to 50 and plot Vo versus $\delta$.

Re: prelab 4 by Vikram SekarVikram Sekar, 23 Feb 2009 16:16

On the last part of the prelab, what is the _ supposed to be in the "Plot Vo vs _." sentence?

prelab 4 by electronichsselectronichss, 23 Feb 2009 00:30

Yes. You can look up these values from the datasheet, it should help you to design the Triple Opamp IA in a more efficient way based on the transfer function that you derived.

Re: Prelab_3 by Vikram SekarVikram Sekar, 16 Feb 2009 16:24

Is the the low frequency gain and 3 db frequency charcteristics of the op amp that we have to look up on a datasheet?

Prelab_3 by darren2005darren2005, 15 Feb 2009 18:45

There are a few typos in Lab 2:

  1. In part 1 (b), $\alpha_{dc}$ is the low frequency gain and $\omega_b$ is the 3-dB frequency
  2. In part 3 (a), design an integrator with $|gain|= 20$ and a differentiator with $|gain|= 20$.

Note that I have changed the problem definition for 3(a). If you have already designed with another gain value, you need not rework the design (although it just involves changing the resistor value).

Here is the link to the ECEN 325 lab manual. The design procedure should be helpful.

Re: Prelab 2 by Vikram SekarVikram Sekar, 05 Feb 2009 04:37

On part 3a, it says 10 little 3 and 10 minus little 3 for the gains. Is that 10^3 and 10^-3?

Re: Prelab 2 by electronichsselectronichss, 05 Feb 2009 03:19

Check ECEN 325 lab manual for the design of different op-amp circuits like summer, integrator, differentiator, etc if you need to refresh your memory! It should be fairly straightforward.

Prelab 2 by Vikram SekarVikram Sekar, 05 Feb 2009 02:19
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