# RC Analysis circuits

#### Aim

To Construct and  Study RC Analysis circuits

#### Apparatus

0.005 \mu F Capacitor, 4.7 K\ohm  Resistor,Digital Storage Oscilloscope (Dso),Function Generator, Patch cords, Breadboard, Connecting wires

#### Theory

There are three basic, linear passive lumped analog circuit components: the resistor (R), the capacitor (C), and the inductor (L). These may be combined in the RC circuit, the RL circuit, the LC circuit, and the RLC circuit, with the acronyms indicating which components are used. These circuits, among them, exhibit a large number of important types of behaviour that are fundamental to much of analog electronics. In particular, they are able to act as passive filters. This article considers the RC circuit, in both series and parallel forms, as shown in the diagrams below.

LaTeX4Web 1.4 OUTPUT Xc=(1)/(2pfC)
tanq =(Xc)/(R)

VR=(R)/(Ã–R2+XC2)VS

#### Procedure

• Take a breadboard and Connect the circuit see in figure
• Take a function generator and Give Ac  10 V,500 Hz Sinusoidal waveform
• Connect the input and output signal of circuit in Digital Storage Oscilloscope
• Observe input signal and output signal

#### Observation Table -1

Xc=63661.97
R= 4700\ohm
tanq =(Xc)/(R)
q = 85.77°
V¢ = 479 mV

 Physical quantity Theoretical Practical Voltage 479 mV 308 mV Phase angle 85 90

#### Observation Table -2

Xc=31830.98
R= 10000\ohm
tanq =(X_cR
q = 88.2°
V¢ = 6.48 V

 Physical quantity Theoretical Practical Voltage 6.48 V 7.18 V Phase angle 88 90