measure the gain of the amplifier and frequency

please read all the document and write the report in an engineering form i wanna see numbers and a clear explaining please do not copy from the online

The abstract should say what is contained in the report and have a brief quantitative statement of the primary results

The introduction should clearly state all objectives.

The procedure section should clearly explain what was done and have quantitative statements of all measurement parameters like sampling frequency. You must have, and cite from the text, a figure with a block diagram of the experimental setup and the caption should explain the setup. A caption like “Block diagram of system” is not a good caption.

The theory section should explain any and all calculations used to determine the results. In this case explain how the amplitudes where determined in both parts of the lab and how the gain was determined. This section should have equations with all variable defined.

The results section is the most important section. Here you need to explain the results plot that the MATLAB code produced. Please write more in this section. A plot without much explanation is not what we are looking for. One reason is that we provided the code that generates the results plots.

The conclusions section can be short but must be quantitative. State all results in a specific and quantitative way. Explain any implications from these results.

Throughout the report remember to:

1) Be quantitative and specific everywhere in the report. If, while proofreading, you find a vague or general sentence, delete it.

2) Never have yourself or any person as the subject of a sentence. You are writing about the amplifier.

3) All figures have captions that are explanations not titles and are cited from the body of the text.

4) Only use MATLAB plots have been saved using the “print” command.

5) Be sure that the results match the objectives

6) Write in past tense. You have completed the experiment and you are writing about what you did

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