Amplificadores operacionales y circuitos integrados lineales. Front Cover. Robert F. Coughlin, Frederick F. Driscoll. Prentice-Hall Hispanoamericana, Get this from a library! Amplificadores operacionales y circuitos integrados lineales. [Robert F Coughlin; Frederick F Driscoll; Efrén Alatorre Miguel]. Circuitos integrados lineales y amplificadores operacionales / Robert F. Coughilin, Frederick F. Driscoll. Article with Robert F. Coughlin · Frederick F.

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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Analog Electronics — 2. Analog Electronics — 2 EA—2.

Industrial Electronics morning and evening groups. In order to carry out the current NP Non-Presential activity, the students of the course must fit to the following indications: The activity will be made in groups of, at the most, two students.

The final presentation of the activity will consist robbert the physical circuit plus a typewritten final technical report in electronic format. This report will have to include the simulations and experimental results and the answers to the questions requested in this document.

Guidelines for producing this technical report can be found below in section 4.

In order to assemble the circuit, robeert students will weld the components on a standard circuit board with drilled holes not on the typical and well—known protoboard. Students integeados pay special attention to the presentation and, of course, the content of the final report. It must have a professional aspect, and be rigorous, and with the characteristics of a company document and not of school work or SMS messages. The course professors strongly encourage students to operacilnales the final report in English.

However, Spanish or Catalan will be also allowed. However, if EQ is below 5. If the final report is written in English, please, minimize serious grammar and spelling mistakes in the document. Automatic translations for instance, from Internet web pages will not be accepted. If automatic translations are detected, the English Qualification EQ of the report will be zero. If the amplificadodes report is written in Spanish or Catalan languages, grammar or spelling mistakes in the document will not be admitted.

The date and time when a group will have to show the results of this NP activity will be announced by the professor well in advance. In any case, for operacionqles final presentation of the activity the implemented circuit and the final reportall the students of the group will have to be present.

Therefore, the students in the same group do not have to necessarily obtain the same qualification in the activity.


`np` activity: design, simulation and implementation of a capacitance

The professor reserves the right of a group shows the made project to the rest of the class in oral form. On the other hand, students are advised linrales follow these recommendations for a successful accomplishment of this activity: Before beginning to work, read the document in detail in order to plan the tasks that must be done by the members of the group.

Before physically making the assembly, decide what circuital blocks are going to be used and simulate them using the PSpice software. Understand well the utility and operation of the project as a whole.

In case of doubt or queries on the design or its implementation, talk to your professor at visiting hours. The objectives of this activity are the design, simulation and physical implementation of a capacitance ooeracionales. A capacitance meter is a circuit, an electronic system or a piece of electronic test equipment used to measure the unknown value of capacitors.

Depending on the sophistication of the meter, it may simply display the capacitance or rbert it may also measure a number of other parameters such as leakage of a capacitor, equivalent integrzdos resistance, and parasite inductance.

In the simplest version of the capacitance meter, as we can appreciate in figure 3. Therefore, measuring the value of this electrical magnitude, we can determine with more o less accuracy the value of the aforementioned unknown capacitor. In addition, in order to obtain this unknown value another alternative for the conversion block is possible: To achieve an AC signal at the f.cougglin v1 t a sinusoidal, square, etc.

In both alternatives, a second block, the presentation block consisting of both a quantification sub-block and a final value presentation sub-blockcirfuitos also necessary.

In fact, the first one, the quantification sub-block, has to determine the value of the unknown capacitance from the electrical variable voltage, current, frequency, duty cycle, etc.

Finally, the second one, the value presentation sub-block, shows the correct value of the unknown opracionales. The presentation can be carried out by means of a numerical display set or by a classical needle instrument. As it was previously said, the electronic design that lijeales to be carried out will be a capacitance meter.

It is recommendable to consult suitable references such as the bibliography recommended below, and to consider systems and electronic blocks studied in different courses of the degree Analog Electronic I and II, Electronic Instrumentation, etc.

The aforementioned capacitance-meter instrument will be amplificadorfs by the following blocks see figure 3. It is important to define your measurement range; that is, the minimum and maximum operacioanles that your capacitor meter will be able to measure. This block has to present the electrical magnitude that has relation with the unknown capacitance CX.


In operaciomales simplest version, this block can be implemented by a tester. In any case, the value displayed in the display in its digital version or indicated by the needle of the instrument in an analog versionhas to show the correct value of the capacitance CX. In order to carry out the design, simulation and assembly of the capacitance meter, it is recommended f.voughlin follow the following guide: Compile information about the topic, thanks to the bibliography presented at the end of this document.

Design, on the paper, those basic circuital blocks that are necessary to fulfill the previous specifications of the capacitance-meter system. In addition to the scheme, the values of all the components must be justified and shown in the schemes. It is important to define what circuital rboert will circuitod used in each one of the cells that will form the capacitance-meter blocks.

Once the transient response of the capacitance-meter system has been simulated, the circuit will be implemented in the laboratory. Experimental results that corroborate the good performance of the circuit have to be obtained in the laboratory.

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Finally, the technical report that compiles all the process of theoretical design, as well as all the simulation and experimental results, must be carried out. In addition to any other information that the students consider suitable, the report must include the following items: All the electronic schemes. Simulation results obtained with the PSpice program, commenting them in detail.

Circuktos results with graphs, tables, etc. Complete listing of all the components used in the circuit. Economic budget of the implemented prototype. Final conclusions and commentaries.

Used and consulted bibliographical references. Among others, some bibliographical references that students can use in order to carry out the current activity are: Coughlin, Robert F; Frederick F. Prentice Hall International, Inc. Practice Problems for Exam 1. SP Integgrados Lesson Massachusetts Institute of Technology Problem Set 1: