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Exp. 2
    Low pass filter circuit diagram with R and C values
    Low pass filter frequency response data and fitted curve
    Low pass filter RC time constant and -3dB frequency
    Digitized waveforms of input and output with sine wave input at three frequencies,
       well below, at, and well above the -3dB frequency with phase shift value in angle
       identified
    Digitized waveforms of input and output with square wave input at three
       frequencies, well below, at, and well above the -3dB frequency with the rise time
       identified
    High pass filter circuit diagram with R and C values
    High pass filter frequency response data and fitted curve
    High pass filter RC time constant and -3dB frequency
    Digitized waveforms of input and output with sine wave input at three frequencies,
       well below, at, and well above the -3dB frequency with phase shift value in angle
       identified
    Digitized waveforms of input and output with square wave input at three
       frequencies, well below, at, and well above the -3dB frequency with the fall time
       identified
    DC resistance bridge circuit diagram
    Measured resistance values of three fixed resistors
    Calculated and measured resistance value of the potentiometer
    AC bridge circuit diagram
    Measured resistance values of two fixed resistors
    Ratio of capacitances as labeled and calculated

Exp. 3
    Digitized input and output waveforms with saturation voltages identified
    Circuit diagram, output waveform, and load resistance value when the output
       voltage is reduced by half from the saturation voltage
    Digitized waveform with slope or slew rate identified
    Circuit diagram of -20x amplifier
    Digitized sine input and output waveforms at 1 kHz showing the voltage gain of
       the amplifier
    Calculated gain from resistances as labeled
    Calculated gain from measured resistance values
    Measured gain at several frequencies, semilog frequency plot, and -3dB point
    Circuit diagram of -200x amplifier including the voltage divider if it is used
    Digitized input and output waveforms at 1 kHz showing the voltage gain of the
       amplifier
    Calculated gain from resistances as labeled
    Calculated gain from measured resistance values
      Measured gain at several frequencies, frequency plot, and -3dB point
      Measured offset before and after adjustment

Exp. 4
    Curve tracer I-V plot of 1N914
    Measured I versus V data and plot of 1N914, both positive bias and negative bias
    Fitted curve in log scale and derived values of  and Is
    Calculated values and plot of rd versus I
    Measured I versus V data and plot of Zener diode with breakdown voltage
       identified
    Digitized square wave input and output waveforms of 1N914 and 1N4001
    Identify delay time, rise time, and fall time
    Circuit diagram of LED
    Qualitative description of brightness versus current

Exp. 5
    Circuit diagram and waveform of half-wave rectifier
    Circuit diagram and waveform of full-wave rectifier with and without a filter
       capacitor
    Voltage versus current from 0 to 100 mA (loading effect) data and plot. Take data
       at approximately, 0, 10, 50, and 100 mA.
    Ripple versus current from 0 to 100 mA data and plot
    Effect of resistance, 1 and 10 , on  filter performance – loading effect and
       ripple
    Circuit diagram of Zener diode regulated power supply
    Voltage versus current data and plot
    Ripple versus current data and plot
    Circuit diagram of 7805 IC regulated power supply
    Voltage versus current from 0 to 100 mA data and plot
    Ripple versus current from 0 to 100 mA data and plot
    Measured minimum dc input voltage to 7805

Exp. 6
    Circuit diagram of SCR ac controller with resistor load
    Digitized waveforms at gate and anode for three different values of R1
       corresponding to minimum, half, and maximum output power and identify time
       during which SCR conducts
    Duration of on time versus R1 data
    Dimmer circuit diagram
    Qualitative brightness versus R1 data

Exp. 7
    Curve tracer plot of MOSFET
    Circuit diagram of MOSFET amplifier, calculations leading to the design, and
       actual values of R, C used (finalized design)
      Simulations of MOSFET amplifier, transient response with maximum voltage
       swing and frequency response
      Gain versus frequency data and plot with -3dB points identified
      Digitized waveforms, one showing clipping and the other maximum swing
       without clipping, with bias resistance values identified for both
      Identify the ac, dc loadlines and Q-point on the curve tracer plot

Exp. 8
    Circuit diagram of CMOS inverter
    Truth table of inverter
    Data and plot of output versus input voltage (transfer function) of inverter
    Digitized input and output waveforms of CMOS inverter.
    Rise time, decay time, and delay time
    Measured current of CMOS inverter as a function of frequency
    Power consumption versus frequency plot
    Ring oscillator circuit diagram
    Digitized ring oscillator waveform and measured frequency
    Calculation of ring oscillator frequency from delay time; comparison to
       experimentally measured frequency; comment or explanation

Exp. 9
    Measured input, output voltages and truth table of D flip-flop composed of
       NAND gates
    Digitized input and output waveforms of the divide-by-2, by-4, by-8, and by-16
       counters
    Circuit diagram of divide-by-16 counter
    Circuit diagram of divide-by-10 counter
    Digitized input and output waveforms of decade counter
    Circuit diagram of 74LS123 oscillator
    Digitized waveforms at low, medium, and high duty cycle with frequency and
       duty cycle identified
    Data sets of R, C and corresponding frequency and duty cycle

Exp. 10
    Measured forward and reverse resistances of base-emitter junction
    Curve tracer plot of IC versus VCE, up to 20 mA
    Curve tracer plot of IB versus VBE, up to 200 A
    Calculated hFE and rc at 10 A < IB < 25 A
    BJT amplifier circuit design procedures
    BJT amplifier circuit diagram
    Simulated waveform at maximum output without clipping
    Simulated frequency dependence with -3dB frequencies identified
    Measured voltage gain as a function of frequency and frequency plot with -3dB
       frequencies
   Digitized waveform at maximum swing without clipping
   Loadlines and Q-point marked on IC versus VCE plot
   Data of output voltage versus load resistance
   Measured output impedance

								
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