Lab 9 Frequency Response and Voltage Multipliers. 
Outcome of this lab:
1. Be able to performe AC analysis with RC circuits.
2. Be able to design and build a voltage multiplier.

1. Use the RC circuits below, calculate quantitatively, the amplitude and the time delay. Hand-draw the input and the output in the same diagram. Put your calculation, simulation, and measurement in a table for comparison. (The capacitance and the resistance doesn't have to be exactly the same as the ones in the schemtic. As long as they are close, pick up the ones available in the lab).


A voltage multiplier is an electrical circuit that converts AC electrical power from a lower voltage to a higher DC voltage, typically using a network of capacitors and diodes. Voltage multipliers can be used to generate a few volts for electronic appliances, to millions of volts for purposes such as high-energy physics experiments and lightning safety testing. (Super practical and useful).

Build the following circuit in LTSpice and on a breadboard. Report the results.

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