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university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-ce-loop-gain [27 Mar 2019 12:05]
amiclaus [Questions:] add ltspice files
university:courses:electronics:electronics-lab-ce-loop-gain [23 Aug 2019 12:42] (current)
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 The green squares indicate where to connect the ADALM2000 AWG, scope channels and power supplies. Be sure to turn on the power supplies only after you double check your wiring. The green squares indicate where to connect the ADALM2000 AWG, scope channels and power supplies. Be sure to turn on the power supplies only after you double check your wiring.
  
-Open the voltage supply control window to turn on and off the fixed +5 volt power supply. Open the Network Analyzer Instrument and set the sweep to start at 10 KHz and stop at 5 MHz. The Max gain should be set to 0.1X. Set the Amplitude to 3.5 V and the Offset to zero volts. Under the Bode scale set the magnitude top to 40 dB and range to 80 dB. Set the phase top to 180º and range to 360º. Under scope channels click on use channel 1 as reference. Set the number of steps to 500.+Open the voltage supply control window to turn on and off the fixed +5 volt power supply. Open the Network Analyzer Instrument and set the sweep to start at 10 KHz and stop at 5 MHz. The Max gain should be set to 0.1X. Set the Amplitude to 3.5 V peak-to-peak ​and the Offset to zero volts. Under the Bode scale set the magnitude top to 40 dB and range to 80 dB. Set the phase top to 180º and range to 360º. Under scope channels click on use channel 1 as reference. Set the number of steps to 500.
  
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