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 Phase Measurement by Time Displacement, 4I Now connect channel 2 of the oscilloscope to the corresponding signal distribution line with blue tags

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 Phase Measurement by Time Displacement, 4I Now connect channel 2 of the oscilloscope to the corresponding signal distribution line with blue tags. Measure the time displacement, 47, between channel 1 and channel 2, noting whether channel 2 leads or lags channel 1. Calculate the frequency of the signals, and using this value calculate the phase shift, $, in degrees. Record all this information in the table below with units. 1 - Both signals had a signals had a period of 5ms. 2 - Both signals had a period of 200us. f1 = = = 200 Hz // f2 = = = 5000 Hz (4) 1 = 2nf = 2n * 200 = 400n (5) (2 = 2nf = 2n * 5000 = 10000m Signal 2 200Hz 5000Hz 47 2ms 80us 400 10000 (4/5)* IL (4/5)* II Channel 2 Lagging Leading leading or lagging? Find Missing Values of Table A sinusoidal function of time can be expressed as (Sample Signal ) f (t) = Asin(@t + @)

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