Hi all,
I have to do the frequency analysis of elementary RC and RL and then i have to do that in lab using the oscilloscope.
Where
\(V_{1pp}=2V \text{sine wave}\\R=1.2k \Omega\\ C=12nF\)
I did computation
\(G(s)=\frac{6.9444*10^3}{s+6.9444*10^3\)
Using matlab I plotted the Bode diagram of G(s).
Then I was wondering if there is a way to obtain bode diagram with the oscilloscope.
In Lab I measured \(V_1 and V_2\) for different frequency and i obtained 9 values. The only thing that I was able to think is to convert those values in dB and then to plot another graph in log scale using matlab. But i think it's not the only way. Maybe is there a function on the oscilloscope?
I would like to compare the theoretical bode diagram with the real one obtained through measurements.
EDIT: I'm not able to use Latex, even if i tried to follow the guide in this section. I'm sorry for that
MOD NOTE: Edited to clean up tex code.
I have to do the frequency analysis of elementary RC and RL and then i have to do that in lab using the oscilloscope.
Where
\(V_{1pp}=2V \text{sine wave}\\R=1.2k \Omega\\ C=12nF\)
I did computation
\(G(s)=\frac{6.9444*10^3}{s+6.9444*10^3\)
Using matlab I plotted the Bode diagram of G(s).
Then I was wondering if there is a way to obtain bode diagram with the oscilloscope.
In Lab I measured \(V_1 and V_2\) for different frequency and i obtained 9 values. The only thing that I was able to think is to convert those values in dB and then to plot another graph in log scale using matlab. But i think it's not the only way. Maybe is there a function on the oscilloscope?
I would like to compare the theoretical bode diagram with the real one obtained through measurements.
EDIT: I'm not able to use Latex, even if i tried to follow the guide in this section. I'm sorry for that
MOD NOTE: Edited to clean up tex code.
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