ECB 2153 LAB May Semester , 2013

Week-7 LAB#3 To Study the Performance of Negative Feedback Amplifier Using Op-amp Prelab Work (4 %) Each prelab report must have a title, date, your name, lab partner name, procedures how the prelab was done, hardware, software and components used. *PreLab report must be completed and submitted at the beginning of lab session to be examined before doing the laboratory work. PRELAB QUESTIONS 1. a. An amplifier has an open loop gain of 105. Determine the gain as a negative feedback is applied with feedback factor  = 0.01. b. An amplifier has an open loop gain of 2 x 104. When a negative feedback is applied, the gain has reduced to 40. Find the negative feedback factor. PRELAB SIMULATION with LTspice 2. a. What is the type of negative feedback used by the op-amp circuit in Fig. 1? Determine V the gain expression o of the circuit without RL. Vs b. Use LTspice and prepare a schematic circuit as shown in Fig. 1 and choose each resistor to an equal value of 10 kΩ. Use the peak value 1 V (vs-p), 1 kHz ac input signal of VS. Simulate the circuit and plot the waveform of VO and VS, measure the Vo  p peak value of Vo-p and Vs-p and compute from the plot and calculate voltage gain Vs  p

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Vo obtained in part (a). Vs Repeat the simulation of part (b) for four different values of Vs-p and keeping RL at constant value. Repeat the simulation of part (b) for four different values of RL and keeping Vs-p at a constant value. Vo  p V Compare the results of obtained from simulation with the calculated value o Vs  p Vs from the amplifier circuit without RL. What is your conclusion on amplifier with feedback performance based on the results obtained in part (b) to (e)?
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2 . Results and discussion well focused  Safety & Health Issues (0. Collected all the appropriate data Focus of Results and Discussion (1.5) No understanding or appreciation of safety and health related issues  Serious deficiencies in addressing health and safety issues leading to a unsupported and/or infeasible result  Sound understanding of health and safety issues.5)  Demonstrated little or no ability to function effectively as leader/team member during experimental work  Demonstrated some ability to function effectively as leader/team member during experimental work  Demonstrated adequate ability to function effectively as leader/team member during experimental work  Demonstrated superior ability to function effectively as leader/team member during experimental work Punctuality (1) TOTAL  >10 minutes late  6-10 minutes late  1-5 minutes late  Punctual /4 Please attach (glue it) this page after completing writing the PreLab report.5)  No insight. Did not collect meaningful data  Demonstrated some ability to conduct experiments. Collected most of the needed data  Demonstrated superior ability to conduct experiments. Entirely missed the point of the experiment  Little insight. Missed some important points  Excellent insight. Analyzed only the most basic points  Adequate insight.5)  Demonstrated little or no ability to conduct experiments. 2013 PreLab Assessment Rubric Course : Student: Date: Student ID: Topic (Weight) Unacceptable (0) Marginal (1) Acceptable (2) Exceptional (3) Points Execution of Procedures (0. Mostly effective in achieving supported results  Complete understanding of health and safety issues leading to sound and supported results Participation in Teamwork (If applicable) (0. Collected some meaningful data  Demonstrated adequate ability to conduct experiments.ECB 2153 LAB May Semester .

Repeat the measurement in part (ii) for four different values of RL and keeping Vs-p at a constant value. DC power supplies. Vo-p values and compute Vo  p . Signal generator. respectively. Repeat the measurements in part (ii) for four different values of Vs-p and keeping RL at constant value. 1 on a breadboard. 3. Measure the peak voltage Vs-p . +V -V + - GND - GND + Fig.ECB 2153 LAB May Semester . Choose each resistor to equal value of 10 kΩ. 3. Compare the measured values obtained with the calculated value o from the Vs amplifier circuit without RL. *Lab report must be completed and submitted at the end of lab hour. Properly grounded positive and negative dc power supplies b. vi. Prepare the dc  8 V power supply. Calibrate both channel of the oscilloscope before any voltage and time/frequency measurement. 3. at 1 kHz. ii. lab location. What is your conclusion on amplifier with feedback performance based on the results obtained in part (ii) to (iv)? 3 . V v. and Oscilloscope. Ensure that the wire connection for  dc power supplies was wired properly as shown in Fig. Material REQUIRED Breadboard. iv. 2013 Laboratory Work (6 %) OBJECTIVE: To Study the Performance of Negative Feedback Amplifier Using Op-amp: CO#2 Each lab report must have the title. Op-amp. resistors. Vs  p iii. equipment and electronic components used and brief procedures how the experiment was performed. Display the input and output signals of VS and VO using Channel-1 and Channel-2 of the oscilloscope. date. Set the output of a signal generator VS to a sinusoid of 1 V (vs-p). i. Assemble the circuit as shown in Fig. data obtained and a brief conclusion. a.

Results and discussion well focused  Safety & Health Issues (1) No understanding or appreciation of safety and health related issues  Serious deficiencies in addressing health and safety issues leading to a unsupported and/or infeasible result  Sound understanding of health and safety issues. Collected most of the needed data  Demonstrated superior ability to conduct experiments. Analyzed only the most basic points  Adequate insight. Mostly effective in achieving supported results  Complete understanding of health and safety issues leading to sound and supported results Participation in Teamwork (If applicable) (1)  Demonstrated little or no ability to function effectively as leader/team member during experimental work  Demonstrated some ability to function effectively as leader/team member during experimental work  Demonstrated adequate ability to function effectively as leader/team member during experimental work  Demonstrated superior ability to function effectively as leader/team member during experimental work Punctuality (1) TOTAL  >10 minutes late  6-10 minutes late  1-5 minutes late  Punctual /6 Please attach (glue it) this page after completing writing the lab report. 2013 Lab Assessment Rubric Course : Student: Date: Student ID: Topic (Weight) Unacceptable (0) Marginal (1) Acceptable (2) Exceptional (3) Points Execution of Procedures (1)  Demonstrated little or no ability to conduct experiments. Missed some important points  Excellent insight.ECB 2153 LAB May Semester . 4 . Collected all the appropriate data Focus of Results and Discussion (2)  No insight. Entirely missed the point of the experiment  Little insight. Did not collect meaningful data  Demonstrated some ability to conduct experiments. Collected some meaningful data  Demonstrated adequate ability to conduct experiments.

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