Wiki

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-30 [05 Mar 2019 12:37]
amiclaus [Alternate component choices:]
university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-30 [23 Aug 2019 14:04] (current)
amiclaus
Line 107: Line 107:
 needed. needed.
  
-Now configure both AWG channels as square waves with 5 V amplitudes and 2.5 V offsets ( 0 to 5 V +Now configure both AWG channels as square waves with 5 V amplitudes ​peak-to-peak ​and 2.5 V offsets ( 0 to 5 V 
 swings). Set AWG1 to a frequency of 1 KHz and AWG2 to a frequency of 2 KHz or twice AWG1. Be sure to set  swings). Set AWG1 to a frequency of 1 KHz and AWG2 to a frequency of 2 KHz or twice AWG1. Be sure to set 
 the AWGs to run synchronously. the AWGs to run synchronously.
Line 158: Line 158:
 =====Hardware Setup:===== =====Hardware Setup:=====
  
-Configure both AWG channels as square waves with 5 V amplitudes and 2.5 V offsets ( 0 to 5 V swings). ​+Configure both AWG channels as square waves with 5 V amplitudes ​peak-to-peak ​and 2.5 V offsets ( 0 to 5 V swings). ​
 Set both AWG1 and AWG2 to a frequency of 1 KHz. Also be sure to start with the phase of both AWG1 and  Set both AWG1 and AWG2 to a frequency of 1 KHz. Also be sure to start with the phase of both AWG1 and 
 AWG2 set to 0°. Be sure to set the AWGs to run synchronously. AWG2 set to 0°. Be sure to set the AWGs to run synchronously.
university/courses/electronics/electronics-lab-30.txt · Last modified: 23 Aug 2019 14:04 by amiclaus