I-V converter

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saurabhkarnik

Joined Jun 22, 2008
22
hey guys for an I-V converter will the the 2 waveforms be in phase??
i mean if the current and voltage originally are in phase will this voltage converted to current and the original voltage waveform be in phase same as original one or an time delay will be introduced
 

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saurabhkarnik

Joined Jun 22, 2008
22
well it's not just working... i tried to simulate a circuit wid phase shift of degrees cro being connected across the resistor and other channel across the resistor... as they have same ground it's not just working... i desire to get separate waveforms for voltage and current
 

theamber

Joined Jun 13, 2008
323
First you have to type better, then I can gather this:
You want to check a phase shift on a waveform.
You want to make a circuit to see the differences in the scope.
Well you will need an AC source and a current probe for the oscilloscope to see the I-V.
 

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saurabhkarnik

Joined Jun 22, 2008
22
well thanx... u r spot on...
well how do i see the phase shift practically...
i mean i want to build a circuit which will have 2 points one for the original voltage to be displayed on the scope and one for the current which is converted into the voltage waveform....
 

theamber

Joined Jun 13, 2008
323
No fisrt you need an AC source then you need an oscilloscope then you need a current probe for the oscilloscope then you can insert a capacitor o an inductor in series and you should see the phase shift of the waveforms on each scope channel.
 
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