Nuclear Electronics Laboratory Manual (IAEA TECDOC-530)

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Will be used. Assemble the circuit and apply the rectangular voltage of a few kHz and 1V peak to peak to the input. Observe the output pulses of U1. The following stage (the amplifier and the polarity inverter) realised with U3, does not change the pulse shapes. For the proper operation, the tap of the potentiometer should be in the ground position. Observe the effect of the applied input voltage to the output signal when you lift the tap. Fig. ArxaM. OI«ï«»tI»TO« ««T Differentiation and polezero cancellation circuit.

Repeat the measurements suggested in the previous part, using diode D5. Repeat the experiment using diode 06, noting the effect of the faster diode. 0« 1*4143 Fig. 3 Power stage of a single forward converter. RS IK out 2 Experiment 3 (blocking converter) Change your converter to the form shown in Rg. 6. Repeat the measurements suggested in the first experiment Fig. 3 Power stage of blocking converter. 24TURN C3 UM007 •M- •O 0- R10 12TUKN T 10R Rii Experiment 4 Try to redesign any of the circuits to get a negative voltage.

The pulse width can be selected according the experimental conditions. The higher the counting rate the shorter pulses are desirable. Another type of the charge sensitive preamplifiers uses the resistive feedback. 3. The typical decay constant is from 15 to 50 us, at the same amplitudes than above. Such pulses would not overload spectroscopy amplifier. Nevertheless, we have a good reason to differentiate them, as well. Because of the long exponential tail following each pulse, two or more pulses can be superimposed.

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