Pressure signal

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Doppler2902

Joined Sep 15, 2020
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Hi, I'm trying to get this pressure signal with operational amplifiers for a school lab but I don't know how I could get the sine waveshape of the signal which is a noise signal, I know that I obtain the square wave shape through a comparator configuration, any advice is helpful!

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crutschow

Joined Mar 14, 2008
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You can run the signal through an RC high-pass filter to reduce the sinewave noise.
Pick a filter corner frequency somewhere between the sinewave frequency and the pulse rep frequency.
A lower frequency will suppress more of the sinewave, but also distort the pulse more, so you look for the happy medium.
 
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Irving

Joined Jan 30, 2016
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I'm guessing this is an experiment for the students to find ways to recover the wanted signal in the prescence of noise (hum, etc)?

What signals are you applying at S1 and S2? That's a complicated way to get a simple fixed pulse train...

Is the sine wave 'noise' related in frequency/phase to the pulses or should it be different (ie non-coherent noise)?
 

ericgibbs

Joined Jan 29, 2010
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hi Doppler,
I would add another 741 to the output of the comparator circuit, sum/mix the Sine wave and the Square wave signals that way.
Do you follow, OK.?
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ericgibbs

Joined Jan 29, 2010
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hi Doppler,
This will give the basic idea, as this is homework you can finalize the circuitry.
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Post your circuit when ready...

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ericgibbs

Joined Jan 29, 2010
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hi D,
I would suggest you do not use the term 'noise' if the modulating signal is a sine wave form factor.
What is the source of the Sine wave which you are using to drive the comparator input.?

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Doppler2902

Joined Sep 15, 2020
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hi D,
I would suggest you do not use the term 'noise' if the modulating signal is a sine wave form factor.
What is the source of the Sine wave which you are using to drive the comparator input.?

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Oh, I was saying noise because I have to filter that signal for obtain the blue signal
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ericgibbs

Joined Jan 29, 2010
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hi D,
Do you know the frequency 'range' of the sine wave input and is the amplitude fixed.?

The filter you have will affect the 'square' wave shape.

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