Lab #1, Series and Parallel Resonance

Shirley S. Davila, Asim, section #f, instructor: Wenjun 3/30/2012

part 3 will take up most of the credits for report. and plot V0 vs frequency. and fm for the resonant circuit shown in fig.6 Using eqs. and the bandwidth. and VL+RL are maximum. Compare with the experimental ones.2.10 Prepare a summary. VC. 6 in PSpice. Compare with the experimental ones. VL+RL vs frequency on the same graph paper with rectangular coordinates.3. and the 3 dB frequencies. 5. 9 & 12. and 5C.500 Hz in increments of 100 Hz. f0. The answers will include all the data obtained from lab work. and VL+RL and the phase angle measured in Section 4. and VL+RL vs frequency. 5.1 In pre-lab exercise 3. Circle. on the plot.4 Use eqs. the frequencies were determined at which VR. 3 Explicit answers to the questions posed in section 5 in the manual. 5.500 Hz in increments of 100 Hz. 5. 1 & 3 to determine the theoretical resonant frequency. . Print out the scope trace and show how the phase angle was measured.3 Plot VR. titled “Report”. VR. the resonant frequency and the 3 dB frequencies.5 Tabulate f. f1. the 3 dB frequencies. Compare with the experimental plot.2 Tabulate the frequency f. determine the theoretical f0. 5. Vary the frequency from 600 Hz to 2.7 Plot V0 vs f on a graph paper with rectangular coordinates. Compare them with those experimentally observed. 5B. 5.2. Print out the scope trace and show how the phase angle was measured. by using equations: 5A. Compare with the experimental plot. Circle. VC. on the plot. 7 in PSpice. 5. fm. VC.1 Aim of the experiment To introduce the frequency response by studying the characteristics of two resonant circuits. V0 and the phase angle measure in Section 4.8 Simulate the series-resonant circuit of fig. There will likely be simulation results required by the questions. Refer to break down points for detail. VC. 7. 5.1. Vary the frequency from 600 Hz to 2.9 Simulate the parallel-resonant circuit of fig. 5. and some necessary post-analysis to it. and plot VR. 2 The brief procedure followed along with the circuit diagrams. 5.

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