# YILDIRIM BEYAZIT UNIVERSITY

ECE-206 ELECTRONICS I LAB 7
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER EXPERIMENT
PRE LAB
1. Show the relation of output and input voltage of the following circuit is
differentiation.

Figure 1 The Differentiator

2. Show the relation of output and input voltage of the following circuit is
integration.

Figure 2 The Integrator

EXPERIMENT
1. Inverting Amplifier
The configuration and pin diagram of the opamp is given Figure 3.

. Build the circuit shown in Figure 4.5. You can leave pin 1. Ri=1kΩ and Rf=10kΩ. Do not turn on the supply yet. and 8 unconnected.Figure 3 The LM741 opamp pin diagram and schematic a. Don’t forget to connect pin 4 to -15 V and and pin 7 to +15 V.

Do not turn on the supply yet.Figure 4 The Inverting Amplifier b. d. Pay attention to give input from the inverting input. Write the amplitude when you see the clipping and explain the reason in the report. Don’t forget to connect pin 4 to -15 V and and pin 7 to +15 V.5V in steps of 0. R1=10k Ω and R2=1kΩ. c. You can leave pin 1. 2.2 V at the inverting terminal (Vin). Give a sinusoidal input to the amplifier using the function generator. Note the sign of the output voltage. Build the circuit shown in Figure 5. . What is the phase shift between input and output waveforms? e. Plot input and output waveforms and calculate the gain. Switch on the power supply and apply different voltages in the range 0.5. Measure the corresponding output voltages with the multimeter and calculate gain Vo/Vin. and 8 unconnected. 0.5 Vpp sine wave and observe the output with oscilloscope. Apply 1 kHz.1. Increase the amplitude of the sine wave and observe when there is clipping. Noninverting Amplifier a.

Apply 500Hz. and 8 unconnected. Figure 6 The Differentiator b. Build the circuit shown in Figure 6.Figure 5 The Noninverting Amplifier b.5 Vpp triangular wave from the input.1µF. Switch on the power supply and apply different voltages in the range 0. 3. Integrator a. Observe the output with oscilloscope. Do not turn on the supply yet.2 V at the inverting terminal (Vin). and 8 unconnected.5. Don’t forget to connect pin 4 to -15 V and and pin 7 to +15 V. is there any change on the output signal? Why? 4. Plot input and output waveforms. Differentiator a.1. You can leave pin 1.5V in steps of 0. R=5k Ω and C=0. 0. Take R=5kΩ and C=0. Add DC offset to the input signal. Pay attention to give input from the noninverting input. Do not turn on the supply yet. Repeat step c.d. You can leave pin 1. Build the circuit shown in Figure 7.e from the first part. c. c. Don’t forget to connect pin 4 to -15 V and and pin 7 to +15 V.1µF.5. .

c. Apply 60Hz. sweep frequency from 100Hz to 100kHz and observe the change of the gain with frequency. Observe the output with oscilloscope. Change the function generator back to a sine wave input.5 Vpp square wave from the input.Figure 7 The Integrator b. 0. . Plot input and output waveforms.