Hi,I am a professor of physics at the University of Maryland. Professor Linke (cc'd) and I are using the ADALM1000 to teach an online electronics course this fall. I have been working through your lovely list of labs at: https://wiki.analog.com/university/courses/alm1k/alm_circuits_lab_outlineOne of the labs I wanted my students to do is the "common emitter amplifier". However, when I click on this link, which leads me to https://wiki.analog.com/university/courses/alm1k/alm-lab-5 it looks like something went wrong in the latest update of this page, as the lab is not there. I could use the "previously approved version". However, this one doesn't have any suggested values for R_1, R_2, R_L, and R_B. Should there be?BestSarah EnoProfessor, Physics, U. Maryland
I've updated the lab so it is now visible on the main page: https://wiki.analog.com/university/courses/alm1k/alm-lab-5
Regarding the values for the resistors, you can find them in the LTspice files at the end of the lab in the Resources section.
Let me know if you need further support!
Thanks. When I try to access the spice files, I get a strong warning not to do so from chrome. also, they seem to be stored not in a space owned by analog devices, but by a software engineer in Bangladesh https://minhaskamal.github.io/#/home. Is there where it is supposed to be? Is that you Antoniu, but you have gotten to update your github.io since you got a job at Analog?
I think we were in the process of fixing this issue with using DownGit to retrieve files. Some of the Wiki files have been changed but this one might not have been corrected yet. In the mean time if you can't wait, you should be able to download using Raw while looking at the files in the education tools repository:
In addition to what Doug said you can have a look at: https://wiki.analog.com/wiki/github for further explanations. I updated the links on the lab activity page: https://wiki.analog.com/university/courses/alm1k/alm-lab-5
You should not get any browser warnings now.
Just one further comment with regard to providing the resistor values. The idea behind not providing explicit values in this case (and many other labs as well) was to make this more of a design exercise for Electrical Engineering students anyway.