Assignment 1: The Summing Amplifier (Module Weighting 50%)
In addition to the program script and report, the assignment is to be assessed via demonstration in the respective lab session, failure to do so will result in zero marks.
Design and build a program to model the following circuit
Where the output may be described by the following expression;
Part A (Mark 20%)
The program is to;
Declare the variables R1, R2, Rf, V1, V2 and Vout as data types of your choice.
Allow the user to enter the values for V1 and V2.
Calculate the value of Vout
(what happens if Vout exceeds the supply voltage?)
Display all of the voltage values to the screen using appropriate formatting
Part B (Mark 20%)
Improve the program discussed in Part A, with the following additions;
Allow the user to enter their own values for each of the resistors
(ensuring that they only enter positive values)
Ask the user if they would like to enter another set of values. If the response is 'yes' then repeat for the new values; otherwise end the program.
Allow the user to enter 5 separate sets of inputs, display the inputs and the resultant outputs in descending order of output
Part C (Mark 20%)
Repeat Parts A and B for one of the following circuits;
An inverting amplifier
A non-inverting amplifier
Allow the user to select the type of circuit they would like to analyse
Provide the user with the option of either continuing to analyse the same circuit type or select a new circuit type
Part D (Mark 30%)
Create Functions to simplify the structure and efficiency of all aspects of the program, marks will be awarded for the improvements in code structure and length
Part E (Mark 10%)
Students to create their own additional features in order to enhance the program either in terms efficiency and/or functionality.
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