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           Fall 2012:
Electronic Aids to Measurement

Contact Information

Mark Saffman
Office:
5330 Chamberlin Hall
Phone:
265-5601
E-mail:
msaffman@wisc.edu

Office hours:  4:00 – 5:00 Thursdays

Dan McCammon
Office:
 6207 Chamberlin Hall
Phone:
262-5916
E-mail:
mccammon@physics.wisc.edu
Office hours: 1:45 – 2:45 Mondays

Lectures in 2223 Chamberlin on Tues. and Thurs. from 1:00 pm to 2:15 pm
Labs in 4128 Chamberlin on Wed. 2:25-5:25 pm, 7-10 pm

Text: Horowitz & Hill The Art of Electronics, 2nd ed.

Syllabus (11 Sep 12)

 

Pre-Lab Worksheets
 
  (complete before lab and turn in with any other homework in class on
      Tuesday before
the lab session)

  1. Transmission Lines
  2. Bipolar Transistor Amplifier
  3. Difference Amplifier (Worksheet questions are in Lab Writeup)
  4. Operational Amplifier I
  5. Johnson Noise (Worksheet questions are in Lab Writeup)
  6. Phase Detector (Worksheet questions are in Lab Writeup)
  7. Oscillators (Worksheet questions are in Lab Writeup)
  8. Digital Circuit
  9. Phase Locked Loop
  10. DAC and ADC
  11. Circuit Simulation: download and look over EWB lab hints below — bring to lab with you.


Lecture Handouts

Homework Assignments

Exams

Supplementary Material (PDF format)



LABORATORY

General Lab Handouts

Laboratory Equipment

Software Documentation (PDF format)

Experiments (PDF format)

  1. Transmission Lines
  2. Transistor Amplifier
  3. Differential Amplifier
  4. Operational Amplifiers
  5. Johnson Noise
  6. Phase Detector
  7. Oscillators
  8. Digital Circuits
  9. Phase Locked Loop
  10. Digital to Analog and Analog to Digital Conversion
  11. Analog and Digital Circuit Simulation
  12. FPGA I
  13. FPGA II

Data Sheets (PDF format)

Get the ones you need for an experiment.
You may be able to share with your lab partner.



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