Academic Labs | Added on 13 January 2016

Learn Kirchhoff's Voltage Law and Current Law

Academic Labs | Added on 13 January 2016

Learn an intuitive and an analytical view of inductance and inductors

Academic Labs | Added on 13 January 2016

Learn the fundamental physical mechanisms of current flow in electric circuits

Academic Labs | Added on 13 January 2016
Learn an intuitive and an analytical view of capacitance and capacitors
Academic Labs | Added on 13 January 2016
Learn the fundamental physical mechanisms of AC current flow in electric circuits; Learn the significance of root-mean-square (RMS) and average of a sinusoidal signal
Edu-kit based Labs, Case Study: Academic Projects | Added on 13 January 2016

FC-04 is a low-cost sound sensor module commonly used in many embedded applications. It uses a microphone that pickup the sound input and provides digital (ON/OFF) output.

Through this experiment, you can learn its working in great detail. This learning will be utlized in developing applications involving sound sensing.

 

Scope Tutorials, Case Study: Academic Projects | Added on 13 January 2016

FC-04 is a low-cost sensor module that can be used with Arduino for making sound-operated switch. You can toggle between on/off state by making sound - clapping or even by coughing.

Arduino code needed for the execution of this project is supplied along with the 'steps' of Arduino programming.

 

Case Study: Academic Projects, Edu-kit based Labs | Added on 13 January 2016

Arduino is a popular open source hardware plaform for quickly prototyping and building embedded systems. In this experiment, Arduino board is used as a frequency counter. The system will measure the frquency of input signal with a press of a button.

Academic Labs | Added on 13 January 2016

Opamp in the non-inverting mode - The output and input are in same phase (there is no phase inversion)

This lab manual describes the experiment in detail - observation table and resultant graphs are shown to help students learn easily.

 

Academic Labs | Added on 13 January 2016
A unity gain amplifier is used for buffering or impedance matching. Since the output follows the input signal, it is also called as voltage follower.
 
This lab manual describes the experiment in detail - observation table and resultant graphs are shown to help students learn easily.
 
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