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university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-24 [12 Jul 2019 14:16]
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university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-24 [23 Aug 2019 14:02] (current)
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 connected to the D input. The first scope channel 1 input should also be connected to Clock input. The  connected to the D input. The first scope channel 1 input should also be connected to Clock input. The 
 second input scope channel 2 should be connected to the Q output of the flip-flop in figure 4. Both the  second input scope channel 2 should be connected to the Q output of the flip-flop in figure 4. Both the 
-AWG1 and AWG2 should be configured as a square wave with a 5 V amplitude and 2.5 V offset ( 0 - 5V +AWG1 and AWG2 should be configured as a square wave with a 5 V amplitude ​peak-to-peak ​and 2.5 V offset ( 0 - 5V 
 swing ). Set the frequency of AWG1 to 10 KHz and set the frequency of AWG2 to 5 KHz. Set the phase of  swing ). Set the frequency of AWG1 to 10 KHz and set the frequency of AWG2 to 5 KHz. Set the phase of 
 AWG2 to 45 degrees. Be sure to configure the two AWG outputs to operate synchronously. ​ AWG2 to 45 degrees. Be sure to configure the two AWG outputs to operate synchronously. ​
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 The AWG1 output and scope channel 1 input should both be connected to the input marked Clock in figure ​ The AWG1 output and scope channel 1 input should both be connected to the input marked Clock in figure ​
 13. The second input scope channel 2 should be connected to the Q output of the flip-flop in figure 5.  13. The second input scope channel 2 should be connected to the Q output of the flip-flop in figure 5. 
-The AWG1 should be configured as a square wave with a 5 V amplitude and 2.5 V offset ( 0 - 5V swing ). +The AWG1 should be configured as a square wave with a 5 V amplitude ​peak-to-peak ​and 2.5 V offset ( 0 - 5V swing ). 
 Set the frequency to 10 KHz. Set the frequency to 10 KHz.
  
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