Fundamentals of Electronics: DC/AC Circuits
This introductory text covers basic electronics and the behavior of passive components, circuit analysis and systematic troubleshooting. The analytical methods used are strongly based on Ohm's and Kirchoff's Laws. Mathematics are used for analysis, but only after a solid, intuitive understanding of circuit or device operation has been established. With a heavy emphasis on critical thinking over rote memorization, and the coverage of state of the art technology, this text truly prepares students to use and apply the knowledge they acquire.
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Experi ment 4 Ohmmeter DMM
Experi ment 7 Connecting Resistive Circuits
Experi ment 9 Ohms Law
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1-kQ resistor 20 volts dc 3.3-kQ resistor Adjust applied voltage capacitor voltage circuit shown Circuits Reference Chapter Class Date Objectives common reference point Construct the circuit current meter dc voltage DC/AC Circuits Reference decrease deflection Discussion experiment frequency Fundamentals of Electronics ground lead increase inductor jumper wire LC circuit linear graph paper Measure the voltage measured value Name Class Date number of divisions Objectives Upon completion observations ohmmeter oooo oooo oooo ooooo ooooo ooooo oscilloscope phase angle polarity Procedures protoboard RC time constant reactance red lead Refer to Figure resistance value resistor voltage rheostat series circuit shown in Figure sine wave Step test leads Introduction Text Terrell time/division total circuit current total circuit resistance total resistance Turn Variable power supply variable resistor Various test leads voltage across R3 voltage amplitude voltage at Point voltage drops voltage measured voltage value voltmeter volts/division setting waveform zero