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Entry  Tue Jul 2 11:21:24 2013, Erica, DailyProgress, fiber optic, mode matching snip_of_beam_profiling_6_27.JPGP1020518.JPG
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                               Reply  Tue Jul 23 11:43:00 2013, Evan, DailyProgress, Electronics Equipment, Zach's op-amp recommendations 
                               Reply  Fri Jul 26 11:07:44 2013, Erica, DailyProgress, BEAT, circuit for measuring temperature fluctations on CTN table P1030056.JPGP1030057.JPGP1030059.JPGP1030056.JPG
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                                     Reply  Fri Jul 26 11:45:28 2013, Erica, DailyProgress, BEAT, circuit for measuring temperature fluctations on CTN table 
                                        Reply  Mon Jul 29 13:30:26 2013, Erica, DailyProgress, BEAT, adding resistor, capacitor, and sockets w_o_capacitor_7_26_13.JPGcapacitor_7_26_13.JPGP1030066.JPGP1030070.JPG
                                           Reply  Tue Jul 30 12:23:41 2013, Erica, DailyProgress, BEAT, addressed noise problem, DC signal 
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Message ID: 1258     Entry time: Fri Jul 26 11:45:28 2013     In reply to: 1257     Reply to this: 1261
Author: Erica 
Type: DailyProgress 
Category: BEAT 
Subject: circuit for measuring temperature fluctations on CTN table 
July 25, 2013

finished building the circuit today. Had the positive, negative, and ground wires running above the board, while the one jumper wire from the output to the negative input under.
Twisted the positive, negative, and ground wires together using a drill, as well as the positive and negative wires that will connect to the AD 590. We made these longer so we can connect to the power supply and place the AD590 at opposite ends of the table.

Tested the circuit, used an amplitude of 0.01Vpp and 0.1 Hz for frequency to drive circuit, which was what we did on Monday. The output signal is a square wave which was strange but found out the problem: the bnc cable driving the circuit was put in the sync output of the function generator, instead of the function output.
Fixed this, and the circuit behaves as we expect.

Discovered that I used a 36 kohm resistor instead of a 33 k ohm resistor, so now we have a gain of about 110, which is close to that of 100.

We used aluminum tape to connect the AD590 and insulating tape to prevent shorting. The output signal was at some DC voltage, which we expect at first due to the power supply turning on, and it should die away, but it didn't, or was very very slowly. So Evan placed a 15k Ohm resistor in parallel w/ the 2M ohm resistor in the high pass filter to lower the time constant, which brought the signal close to zero. Once he took the resistor away, then the signal would drift up to the previous DC level. The circuit was responding as expected when he placed a cooler object by it, so the signal went down, and the signal went up when we held the AD 590.

We tried this in the CTN lab but it didn't seem to work; there was a lot of noise. I'll test it again tomorrow.
A possibility is the power supply could be noisy.
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