Analog Signal Sampling and Reconstruction Trainer 7509

Categories: Advance Communication ( series 75XX )

            The trainer provides all necessary inputs and connections for students to study analog signal sampling and reconstruction techniques.

 Features :

 1.         Crystal controlled Pulse Generator.

2.         Demonstration Sampling and Reconstruction as per Nyquist criterion

3.         On – board Analog Generator ( synchronised )

4.         5 Selectable Sampling frequencies

5.         Selectable Sampling Pulse Duty Cycle.

6.         Selectable Internal / External sampling input.

7.         Separate sample and sample / hold outputs

8.         On – board 2nd order and 4th order L. P. filters.

Technical Specifications

1.         Crystal Frequency          :           6.4 MHz

2.         Sampling Frequency     :           2,4,8,16 & 32 KHz ( switch selectable ).

3.         On – Board Generator   :           Synchronized 1 KHz sine wave ( 5V pp ).

4.         Duty Cycle                         :           0-90% in decade steps ( switch selectable ).

5.         L. P. Filters                        :           Butterworth 2nd & 4th Order filter ; cut-off frequency 3.4 KHz.

6.         Test Point                           :           51.

7.         Interconnections           :           4 mm sockets

8.         Power                                  :           230V ± 10% 50 Hz.

9.         Accessories                      :           a.         Manuals.

                                                                         b.         Set of Patch cords.

Experiment that can be performed

1.         Study of analog signal Sampling and Sampling & Reconstruction Technique.

2.         Study of aliasing & effect on Reconstruction of signal due to various Sampling Frequencies.

3.         Study of effect on Amplitude of Reconstructed signal by varying Sampling Pulse Duty Cycle in Sample & Sample / Hold output.

4.         Comparison of 2nd and 4th order Butterworth Filters.

5.         Sampling & Reconstruction using External Sampling Input.