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  1. Hello, For one of my school projects we were asked to find the minimum signal that will give a signal to noise ratio of 10 dB. How would I go about finding this? I know that the Spectrum Analyzer for the Analog Discovery would be used but I am unsure of how to find the signal to noise ratio of a signal. Thank you, cjobi247
  2. Hello all, First of all thank you for clicking this post, and please if you are knowledgeable in the network analyzer functions read this if you have time. I am having some trouble with the gain reading of the network analyzer. I am currently a student with a simple project of designing an inverting op-amp with a gain of approximately 32 db (and no this is not me trying to get someone to do my project for me). As far as I can tell the network analyzer must be reading it wrong or I have some setting that is off. I will try to summarize: I designed the circuit by hand, hand calcul