# angle (o

)
0 50 100 150 200 250 270

dR (ohms)
-6.92 31.43 61.28 82.63 95.48 99.83 99.19

MultiSim Vo (mV)
-12.17 53.03 100.74 133.38 152.47 158.84 157.90

Calculations Vout (V)
-0.43 1.86 3.63 4.86 5.50 5.99 5.76

Ibr (mA)
6.37 6.38 6.20 6.14 6.11 6.10 6.10

Vo (mV)
-12.08 53.03 100.74 133.38 152.47 158.84 157.90

Ibr (mA)
6.38 6.27 6.19 6.14 6.10 6.09 6.10

Vout (V)
-0.4 2.17 4.13 5.46 6.25 6.51 6.47

Table 1.1: Results from MultiSim compared to actual calculations. As seen from the table the Vo (bridge output) were very similar, and so was the Ibr (current to the bridge). The output voltage of the op Amp, Vout, was found to be lower in MultiSim than calculated.

Voltage Output of Bridge (Vo)
180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 -20 0 -40

Voltage (mV)

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Figure 1.1: The output voltage of the bridge at varying angles with a 3.5 VDC batter.

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2: The current entering the bridge is 6. Remainder of results can be seen in table 1.3: The output voltage of the bridge (this example is at an angle of 100o).20 mA R1 600Ω Probe1 V(dc): 1.1 2) Figure 1.5 V R3 500Ω R4 500Ω dR 61.1 2 .6917 V V1 3.5909 V R2 600Ω Probe2 V(dc): 1.20 mA (this example is at an angle of 100o) Remainder of results can be seen in table 1.1) XMM1 Probe3 I: 6.28Ω Figure 1.

28Ω OP07AH mR2 40kΩ V2 12 V Figure 1. (this example is at an angle of 100o) Remainder of results can be seen in table 1.4.47847mVrms 250 Hz 0° R2 3 1kΩ 7 1 8 R4 500Ω R5 500Ω dR1 61. The summation of the numbers boxed is Vout as seen in figure 1.1 3 .3) XBP1 XSC1 G T IN OUT V1 A B C D dR 600Ω R3 600Ω R1 mR1 40kΩ 4 2 12 V U2 Vout 6 1kΩ E2 2.5: This is the oscilloscope.4: Bridge connected to OP07AH (this example is at an angle of 100o) Figure 1.

6: Bode Plotter using Magnitude mode (this example is at an angle of 100o). 4 .7: Bode Plotter using Phase mode (this example is at an angle of 100o).4) Figure 1. Figure 1.