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Analog Systems Lab Kit Pro
Analog Systems Lab Kit Pro
ASLK PRO has been developed at Texas Instruments India. This kit is designed for undergraduate engineering students to perform analog lab experiments. The main idea behind ASLK PRO is to provide a cost efficient platform or test bed for students to realize almost any analog system using general purpose ICs such as OP-Amps and analog multipliers. ASLK PRO comes with three general-purpose operational amplifiers (TL082) and three wide-bandwidth precision analog multipliers (MPY634) from Texas Instruments. We have also included two 12-bit parallel-input multiplying digital-to-analog converters DAC7821, a wide-input non-synchronous buck-type DC/DC controller TPS40200, and a low dropout regulator TPS7250 from Texas Instruments. A portion of ASLK PRO is left for general-
The kit has a provision to connect ±10V DC power supply. The kit comes with the necessary short and long connectors. This comprehensive user manual included with the kit gives complete insight of how to use ASLK PRO. The manual covers exercises of analog system design along with brief theory and simulation results. The following software is necessary to carry out the experiments suggested in the manual
TINA or PSpice or any powerful simulator based on the SPICE Simulation Engine
FilterPro - A software program for designing analog filters
SwitcherPro - A software program for designing power supplies
The goal of the Analog System Lab Course is to provide students an exposure to the fascinating world of analog and mixed-signal signal processing. The course can be adapted for an undergraduate or a postgraduate curriculum. As part of the lab course, the student will build analog systems using analog ICs and study their macro models, characteristics and limitations. Our philosophy in designing this lab course has been to focus on system design rather than circuit design. We feel that many Analog Design classes in the colleges focus on the circuit design aspect, ignoring the issues encountered in system design. IC manufacturers such as Texas Instruments offer a large number of choices of integrated circuits keeping in mind the diverse requirements of system designers. As a student, you must be aware of these diverse offerings of semiconductors and select the right IC for the right application. We have tried to emphasize this aspect in designing the experiments in the manual.
The series was developed in partnership with Dr. Nicola Femia, a respected power expert and faculty member at the University of Salerno in Italy. Together with Dr. Femia, we are committed to providing educators with a hands-on learning platform to teach students power supply for real world applications.