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AnnouncementsInternal ForcesTodays ObjectiveUse the method of sections for determining internal forces in 2-D load casesClass Activities Applications Types of Internal Forces Steps for Determining Internal Forces ExamplesEngr221 Chapter 7
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Engr355Embedded Systems DesignPCB LayoutRevised 1/25/2009NOTE: The following is an overview. For details necessary to complete board layout, refer to the tutorials found at:http:/www.wallawalla.edu/academics/departments/engineering/students/cl
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Walla Walla University - ENGR - 354
INTEGRATED CIRCUITSDATA SHEETFor a complete data sheet, please also download: The IC06 74HC/HCT/HCU/HCMOS Logic Family Specifications The IC06 74HC/HCT/HCU/HCMOS Logic Package Information The IC06 74HC/HCT/HCU/HCMOS Logic Package Outlines74HC
Walla Walla University - CPTR - 350
Getting Started with xspim1Getting Started with xspimIf you are going to use xspim on Unix or Linux, this is the rst section to read. If you are going to use PCSpim on Microsoft Windows, skip to the next section and start there. After you read t
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C8051F41x2.0 V, 32/16 kB, smaRTClock, 12-Bit ADC MCUAnalog Peripherals12-bit ADCHigh-Speed 8051 CPU--1 LSB INL; no missing codes Programmable Throughput up to 200 ksps Up to 24 External Inputs; programmable as single-ended or differential
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Introduction to CMOS VLSI DesignSilicon-on-Insulator (SOI)Curtis Nelson Walla Walla CollegeOutlineOverview of Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) Floating Body Voltage SOI Advantages SOI Disadvantages Implications for Circuit Styles SummarySilicon on
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Introduction to CMOS VLSI DesignPackage, Power, and I/OCurtis Nelson Walla Walla CollegeOutlinePackaging Power Distribution I/O ProtectionPackage, Power, and I/OCMOS VLSI DesignSlide 21PackagesPackage functions Electrical connection
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Curtis Nelson Walla Walla CollegeIntroduction to SPICE DC Analysis Transient Analysis Subcircuits EldoSPICE SimulationCMOS VLSI DesignSlide 21SPICE is the most commonly used analog circuit simulator The simulator was developed at the Univ
Walla Walla University - ENGR - 221
AnnouncementsEquilibrium of a Particle in 2-DTodays Objectives Draw a free body diagram (FBD) Apply equations of equilibrium to solve a 2-D problemClass Activities Applications What, why, and how of a Free Body Diagram Equations of equilibr
Walla Walla University - ENGR - 355
SN54AHC573, SN74AHC573 OCTAL TRANSPARENT D-TYPE LATCHES WITH 3-STATE OUTPUTSSCLS242J OCTOBER 1995 REVISED MARCH 2002D D DOperating Range 2-V to 5.5-V VCC 3-State Outputs Directly Drive Bus Lines Latch-Up Performance Exceeds 250 mA Per JESD 17
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Engr354: Digital Logic CircuitsChapter 8 Sequential Logic Design Practices Dr. Curtis NelsonSequential Logic Design Principles Sequential-Circuit Documentation Standards Latches and Flip-Flops Sequential PLDs Counters Shift RegistersEngr
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ENGR 354 - Digital Logic CircuitsIntroduction to "REAL" Logic GatesLogic FamiliesThe most commonly used logic circuits can be divided into two general categories. The first is TransistorTransistor Logic (TTL) and the second is Complementary Metal
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SN54HC00, SN74HC00 QUADRUPLE 2-INPUT POSITIVE-NAND GATESSCLS181E DECEMBER 1982 REVISED AUGUST 2003D D DWide Operating Voltage Range of 2 V to 6 V Outputs Can Drive Up To 10 LSTTL Loads Low Power Consumption, 20-A Max ICCD D DTypical tpd =
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Advanced High-Speed CMOS (AHC) Logic FamilySCAA034C December 20021IMPORTANT NOTICE Texas Instruments Incorporated and its subsidiaries (TI) reserve the right to make corrections, modifications, enhancements, improvements, and other changes to i
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Introduction to CMOS VLSI DesignCurtis NelsonWalla Walla UniversityIntroductionCMOS VLSI DesignSlide 1OutlineCourse organization History of the integrated circuit Trends in the semiconductor industry System design versus custom chip design
Walla Walla University - ENGR - 355
Analog-to-Digital ConversionCurtis A. Nelson Engr355IntroductionConnecting digital circuitry to sensor devices is simple if the sensor devices are inherently digital themselves. Switches, relays, and encoders are easily interfaced with gate circ
Walla Walla University - ENGR - 355
Engr355 - Embedded Systems DesignBoard Assembly and TestingRevised 2/11/2009We will begin the process of "stuffing" your circuit boards on the afternoon of Wednesday, February 11. All work will be done in the Projects lab where your boards and pa
Walla Walla University - ENGR - 434
Introduction to CMOS VLSI DesignDesign for SkewCurtis Nelson Walla Walla CollegeOutlineClock Distribution Clock Skew Skew-Tolerant Static Circuits Traditional Domino Circuits Skew-Tolerant Domino CircuitsDesign for SkewCMOS VLSI DesignSli
Walla Walla University - ENGR - 434
Curtis Nelson Walla Walla CollegeIntroduction Wire Resistance Wire Capacitance Wire RC Delay Crosstalk Wire Engineering RepeatersWire EngineeringCMOS VLSI DesignSlide 21Chips are mostly made of wires called interconnect In stick diagram,
Walla Walla University - CPTR - 350
4.15Historical Perspective and Further Readingsupercomputer: Any machine still on the drawing board.Stan Kelly-Bootle, The Devil's DP Dictionary, 1981This section discusses the history of the first pipelined processors, the earliest superscala
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Engr354Homework #6DUE: Friday, October 31Goals Learn about the features of the logic I/O board Gain experience in building a simple logic circuit Verify the theory of function reduction that we have been using in classTo DoBuild the circu
Walla Walla University - MATH - 181
Exam III Review SheetMATH 181, Spring 2008This exam will cover sections 3.4-3.9 in your text. You should know general terms and definitions from each of these sections, review the homework given for these sections, and pay particular attention to t
Walla Walla University - MATH - 181
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (MATH 181)Winter Quarter, 2004Time/Place: Instructor: Oce: Oce Hours: Text: Webpage: MWRF 8:00-8:50 a.m. KRH 345Jonathan Duncan (duncjo@wwc.edu) Kretchmar Hall 330, phone: 527-2097 10:00 T, 11:00 R, 1:00 MTWRF, or
Walla Walla University - MATH - 181
Exam III Review SheetMATH 181, Fall 2006This exam will cover sections 3.3-4.1 in your text. You should know general terms and denitions from each of these sections, review the homework given for these sections, and pay particular attention to the s
Walla Walla University - MATH - 181
Exam II Review SheetMATH 181, Fall 2006This exam will cover sections 2.1-3.2 in your text. You should know general terms and denitions from each of these sections, review the homework given for these sections, and pay particular attention to the su
Walla Walla University - MATH - 181
Exam I Review SheetMATH 181, Spring 2008This exam will cover sections P.1-2.1 in your text. You should know general terms and denitions from each of these sections, review the homework given for these sections, and pay particular attention to the s
Walla Walla University - MATH - 181
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (MATH 181)Final Exam Review Sheet, Spring 2008This exam will cover sections 1.1-4.4 in your text. You should know general terms and denitions from each of these sections, review previous exams, homework assignments,
Walla Walla University - MATH - 181
Final Exam Review SheetMATH 181, Winter 2004This exam will cover sections 1.1-4.4 in your text. You should know general terms and definitions from each of these sections, review previous exams, homework assignments, and review sheets, and pay parti
Walla Walla University - MATH - 181
Exam II Review SheetMATH 181, Spring 2008This exam will cover sections 2.2-3.3 in your text. You should know general terms and denitions from each of these sections, review the homework given for these sections, and pay particular attention to the
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Exam II Review SheetMATH 250, Spring 2007This exam will cover sections 4.1-4.3, 5.1-5.3, and 7.1, 7.2, and 7.4 in your text. You should know general terms and definitions, review the homework, and pay particular attention to the following topics an
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Exam II Review SheetMATH 250, Spring 2008This exam will cover sections 4.1-4.3, 5.1-5.3, 7.1, 7.2, and 7.4 in your text. You should know general terms and definitions, review the homework, and pay particular attention to the following topics and pr
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Exam III Review SheetMATH 250, Spring 2007This exam will cover sections 8.1-8.5, and 9.1-9.5 in your text. You should know general terms and definitions from each of these sections, review the homework given for these sections, and pay particular a
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Discrete Mathematics (MATH 250)Spring Quarter, 2004Time/Place: Instructor: Office: Office Hours: Text: Webpage: MWRF 12:00-12:50 p.m. KRH 345Jonathan Duncan (duncjo@wwc.edu) Kretchmar Hall 330, phone: 527-2097 10:00 MWRF, 12:00 T, 1:00 R, 3:00 M,
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Discrete Mathematics (MATH 250)Spring Quarter, 2003Time/Place: Instructor: Oce: Oce Hours: Text: Webpage: MWRF 12:00-12:50 p.m. KRH 345Jonathan Duncan (duncjo@wwc.edu) Kretchmar Hall 330, phone: 527-2097 10:00 MTWRF, 4:00 MWR, or by appointment D
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Exam III Review SheetMATH 250, Spring 2004This exam will cover sections 7.1-7.5, and 8.1-8.4 in your text. You should know general terms and denitions from each of these sections, review the homework given for these sections, and pay particular att
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Discrete Mathematics (MATH 250)Tentative Schedule, Spring Quarter 2003Last Modified 30 March 2003Week 12345678910Section & Topic Homework Assignment Course Introduction, 1.1: Logic pg 15: 1,7,8,15,16,20,22,25,33,39 1.2: Propos
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Discrete Mathematics (MATH 250)Homework Sets, Spring Quarter 2007Last Modied: 20 March 2007Section 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Exam I 4.1 4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2 5.3 7.1 7.2 7.4 7.5 7.6 Exam II 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 Exam III
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Final Exam Review SheetMATH 250, Spring 2004This exam will cover sections 1.1-1.6, 2.1-2.4, 4.1-4.3, 5.1-5.3, 7.1, 7.2, 7.4, 8.1-8.5, 9.1-9.5, 10.1, 10.3, and 10.4 in your text. You should know general terms, denitions and theorems from each of the
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Exam I Review SheetMATH 250, Spring 2008This exam will cover sections 1.1-1.6 and 2.1-2.4 in your text. You should know general terms and definitions from each of these sections, review the homework given for these sections, and pay particular atte
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Exam I - Answers to Review SheetMATH 250, Spring 20031. Let p : You get an A on the final, q : You do every exercise in this book, and r : You get an A in the class. Translate between English and propositional logic or as appropriate. Construct a t
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Exam I Review SheetMATH 250, Spring 2004This exam will cover sections 1.1-1.8 and 2.4 in your text. You should know general terms and denitions from each of these sections, review the homework given for these sections, and pay particular attention
Walla Walla University - MATH - 250
Exam III - Answers to Review SheetMATH 250, Spring 20031. Determine which of the properties: Reflexive, Symmetric, Antisymmetric, and Transitive, is enjoyed by each of the following relations. (a) Not reflexive, symmetric, antisymmetric, or transit
Walla Walla University - ENGR - 325
Physical Properties of Thermoelement MaterialsThermoelement MaterialProperty Melting point (solidus temp.) C F Resistivity cm at 0C at 20C cmil/ft at 0C at 20C Temperature coefficient of resistance, / C (0 to 100C)J Iron J, C, T Constantan T Copp
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Effects of Neutrons on Programmable LogicWhite PaperDecember 2002Table of ContentsAbstract . Introduction.. Neutrons How and Why . What Happens When Neutrons Strike Silicon Integrated Circuits? .. Consequences of Neutron-Induced Single-Event U
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Libraries GuideLibraries Guide - ISE 4Printed in U.S.A.Libraries GuideR"Xilinx" and the Xilinx logo shown above are registered trademarks of Xilinx, Inc. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved. CoolRunner, RocketChips, RocketI
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By Rob Frohne, KL7NAA High-Performance, SingleSignal, Direct-Conversion Receiver with DSP FilteringBy adding a DSP demodulator to a well-established and popular receiver designKK7Bs R2 you can have a bit of the latest filter technology at your fin
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Digilent, Inc. 125 SE High Street Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334 6306 (Voice and Fax) www.digilentinc.comPRELIMINARYDigilab DIO1 Reference ManualRevision: May 7, 2002 Overview The Digilab Digital I/O board 1 (DIO1) is one of several expansion board
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1 Logic Implementation for a Xilinx FPGA using VHDL WWU Linux platform assumed. rev 12/01/08 The following steps (or design flow) are used to implement a digital system design described with VHDL targeting a Xilinx FPGA: - Create a directory for your
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Digilent, Inc. 125 SE High Street Pullman, WA 99163 (509) 334 6306 (Voice and Fax) www.digilentinc.comPRELIMINARYDigilab 2E Reference ManualRevision: April 14, 2002 Overview The Digilab 2E (D2E) development board featuring the Xilinx Spartan 2E
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Libraries GuideISE 8.1iRRRXilinx is disclosing this Document and Intellectual Property (hereinafter "the Design") to you for use in the development of designs to operate on, or interface with Xilinx FPGAs. Except as stated herein, none of t
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MOSIS PARAMETRIC TEST RESULTS RUN: N8BN TECHNOLOGY: SCN05H VENDOR: AMI FEATURE SIZE: 0.5 micronsINTRODUCTION: This report contains the lot average results obtained by MOSIS from measurements of MOSIS test structures on each wafer of this fabricatio
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Reference TemperaturesWe cannot build a temperature divider as we can a voltage divider, nor can we add temperatures as we would add lengths to measure distance. We must rely upon temperatures established by physical phenomena which are easily obser
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ENGR-433 HW # 1 Due Friday 1) As shown in the circuit below, a 74ALS04B inverter (A) is connected to eleven 74AS04 inverters. How many 74ALS04B inverters could also be driven simultaneously by inverter A without overloading it? (static currents assum
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Development System Reference GuideRRXilinx is disclosing this Document and Intellectual Property (hereinafter "the Design") to you for use in the development of designs to operate on, or interface with Xilinx FPGAs. Except as stated herein, non
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Synthesis and Simulation Design Guide8.1iRRXilinx is disclosing this Document and Intellectual Property (hereinafter the Design) to you for use in the development of designs to operate on, or interface with Xilinx FPGAs. Except as stated here
Walla Walla University - CPTR - 350
Instruction fetch 0 MemRead ALUSrcA = 0 IorD = 0 IRWrite ALUSrcB = 01 ALUOp = 00 PCWrite PCSource = 00Instruction decode/ register fetch 1 ALUSrcA = 0 ALUSrcB = 11 ALUOp = 00StartMemory address computation 2 ALUSrcA = 1 ALUSrcB = 10 ALUOp = 00
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This is from a Silicon Graphics Corp. assembly programming manual. Silicon Graphics company was a developer and user of MIPS processors.
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HW #4Digital DesignA circuit sometimes needed in the design of computer arithmetic logic units is a comparator that will compare two binary numbers and determine if they are equal or not. For simplicity, assume that we need a comparator that will
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0RSpartan-IIE 1.8V FPGA Family: Functional Description0 0DS077-2 (v2.0) November 18, 2002Product Specification Values stored in static memory cells control all the configurable logic elements and interconnect resources. These values load int
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Introduction and Specifications SPECIFICATIONS11-4. SPECIFICA TIONSSpecifications for the 8842A are given in Table 1-1. External dimensions are shown in Figure 1-1.DC VOLTAGE Input Characteristics FULL SCALE 5 DIGITS 19.9999 mV 199.999 mV 1.99