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by Robert C. Maher, Assistant Professor with Duane T. Hickenbottom, Graduate Assistant University of Nebraska Lincoln Department of Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering 234 Electrical Engineering Circuit Laboratory EEngr 234 Contents ã Laboratory Procedures and Information ã Lab #1: Response of RLC Circuits ã Lab #2: Impedance I: Phasor Relationships for Simple Circuits ã Lab #3: Impedance II: Input Impedance and Active Circ
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  by Robert C. Maher, Assistant Professor with Duane T. Hickenbottom, Graduate Assistant University of Nebraska Lincoln Department of Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering 234 Electrical Engineering Circuit Laboratory     EEngr 234 Contents ã Laboratory Procedures and Information ã Lab #1: Response of RLC Circuits  ã Lab #2: Impedance I: Phasor Relationships for Simple Circuits  ã Lab #3: Impedance II: Input Impedance and Active Circuits  ã Lab #4: Terminal Characteristics of Semiconductor Diodes  ã Lab #5: Nonlinear Circuit Applications: Diodes and Op Amps  ã Lab #6: Bipolar Junction Transistors  ã Lab #7: Electrical Resonance and Resonant Circuits  ã Lab #8:  Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistors  ã Lab #9: Frequency Response and Filters  ã Lab #10: Power Relationships and Power Factor   ã Lab #11: Transformers  ã Lab #12: Two-Port Parameters  Appendix: Resistor Color Bands ii   EEngr 234 This manual and the experiments were compiled, written and/or edited by Robert C. Maher, Assistant Professor, with graduate assistant Duane T. Hickenbottom during Spring Semester 1992. iii   EEngr 234 Laboratory Procedures and Reports The purposes of this laboratory course are to practice essential laboratory measurement and report preparation skills, to reinforce the concepts and circuit analysis techniques taught in EEngr 214 and EEngr 260, and to gain an increased understanding of some of the practical issues of electrical engineering circuit analysis and design. Lab Manual Format Each of the entries in this lab manual consists of several sections: Abstract, Introduction and Theory, References, Pre-lab Preparation, Experiment, and Results. The  Abstract  is a brief summary describing the experiment. The Introduction  and References  sections provide some of the background information necessary for the experiment. This material is intended only to be supplementary to the classroom lectures and exercises in EEngr 214 and 260. The Equipment  section lists the major components and measurement instruments needed to perform the experiment. The Pre-lab Preparation  section contains several tasks that must be performed BEFORE  arriving at the lab. The pre-lab typically requires calculation of specific component values, prediction of the behavior to be measured in the lab, and preparation using computer simulation. The Experiment  section contains a description of the circuits, components, and the actual lab measurements to be recorded in the lab notebook. This section is the minimum  required effort: you are encouraged to try additional ideas once the required measurements are made. Ask the lab teaching assistant (TA) for guidance with this. Finally, the Results  section lists the minimum  required items to be presented in the final lab report. iv
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