Signal generators : Generate three sine wave signals of O. IV peak amplitude and zero offset The frequency of each generator is obtained as follows ....
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AaBbCU - ab x , X' A - D - A -| = = = = IE_ _ _ HI -I NornFontParagraphMultisim Homework Assignment I for Spring 2019 3171 1AAAAASIGNALGENERATOR 1BAND PASS741FILTERSIGNALGENERATOR 2SUMMINGAMPLIFIERBAND STOPFILTER*SIGNAL*GENERATOR 3I our homework assignment is to develop a Multisim model based on the block diagram above.Signal generators : Generate three sine wave signals of O. IV peak amplitude and zero offsetThe frequency of each generator is obtained as follows . Add the last four digits of your 800number and multiply this times 2 k to get the frequency of signal generator 2 . The frequency ofsignal generator I is one third that of signal generator 2 , and the frequency of signal generator 3is three times that of signal generator 2 .Summing Amplifier . Use a 741 op amp and set up the gain for 10 using the input and feedbackresistors . ( You can use the information in the 2161 experiment guide for active devices )Filters : Construct an RLC band pass and an RIC band stop filter . Set the band center frequencyto match the frequency of signal generator 2. You need to select components to give a narrowband for these filters. See the Quick Guide to Selective Passive Filters on Moodle . A useful site*For this homework is the Okawa Electric filter calculator found on the web. With these*calculators you can preview your filters .Measurements : Add spectrum analyzers and an oscilloscope as shown in the diagramDeliverables :`Page 1_ A copy of your Multising circuit Include your name, your Lab section qucaberand the last four numbers of your BOO number in the headlines .Page 2 - Screen copies of the oscilloscope and spectrum analyzer displays.Page 3 - A table showing the following` The three Frequencies wise in the heatere to search