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Equipment list:
1. Agilent 54621A oscilloscope
2. Agilent 33120 Function Generator
3. Capacitors
4. Resistors
5. Coaxial cables
6. Alligator lines
Procedure:
1. Change the frequency of the signal to examine the circuit shown in Fig.1.
2. Measure the capacitance of the open-ended coaxial cable
3. Determine Ra and Rb to meet the amplitude and time constant specifications.
4. Measure the Gain and time constant (Tau), and compare the the measured data with the calculated data, which based on experiments.
Instructions:
1. Measure the capacitance of the coaxial cable(*10 probe)
2. Determine Ra and Rb to meet the amplitude and Tau.
3. Connect the circuit as shown in Fig. 2
4. Switch the oscilloscope to 50 kHz square wave, 11 peak-to-peak voltage.

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