# Chapter - 9 : Electronic Instrumentation And Measurements¶

## Example 9.1 : Page No 512¶

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from __future__ import division
# Given data
scale= 5 # in mV/cm
gh= 5.2 #amplitude of the graph in cm
PtoPamplitude= gh*scale # in mV
print "Peak-to-peak amplitude = %0.f mV" %PtoPamplitude

Peak-to-peak amplitude = 26 mV


## Example 9.2 : Page No 512¶

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# Given data
scale= 100 # in mV/cm
gh= 5.2 #amplitude of the graph in cm
PtoPamplitude= gh*scale # in mV
print "Peak-to-peak amplitude = %0.2f V" %(PtoPamplitude*10**-3)

Peak-to-peak amplitude = 0.52 V


## Example 9.3 : Page No 513¶

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# Given data
scale= 20 # in µS/cm
gh= 3.2 #amplitude of the graph in cm
T= gh*scale # in mV
print "The period of the waveform = %0.f µS" %T

The period of the waveform = 64 µS


## Example 9.4 : Page No 513¶

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# Given data
scale= 50 # in µS/cm
gh= 2 #amplitude of the graph in cm
T_PD= gh*scale # in mV
print "The pulse delay for the waveform = %0.f µs" %T_PD

The pulse delay for the waveform = 100 µs


## Example 9.5 : Page No 514¶

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from __future__ import division
# Given data
scale= 2 # in µS/cm
gh= 4.6 #amplitude of the graph in cm
T_PQ= gh*scale # in mV
print "The pulse width of the waveform = %0.1f µs" %T_PQ

The pulse width of the waveform = 9.2 µs