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Course: EE 3, Winter 2010
School: UCLA
Pages: 15 Pages
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By KVL: v t Ri t L L di t =0 dt di t Ri t = v t dt By Laplace Transform: da t = sA s a 0 dt di t = sI s , i 0 =0 dt and cfw_ i t = I s So LsI s RI s = V s I s [ Ls R ] = V s I s 1 = V s Ls R cfw_ cfw_ We know from Pblm 1 that 2 Y s s 2 2 2 = = = X s 1 s
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EETimes.com - IBM demos 100-GHz graphene transistor Saturday06/Feb/2010 10:15 AM Flash EE Times : IBM demos 100-GHz graphene transistor R. Colin Johnson (02/05/2010 12:01 AM EST) URL: http:/www.eetimes.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=222601227 PORTLAND, O
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IEEE Spectrum: Quantum Chip Helps Crack Code Saturday12/Sep/2009 1:10 PM COMPUTING / HARDWARE NEWS Quantum Chip Helps Crack Code Experimental chip does part of code-cracking quantum algorithm BY ANNE-MARIE CORLEY / SEPTEMBER 2009 3 September 2009Modern cr
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Review of Semiconductor Physics, PN Junction Diodes and Resistors and s s s s s s s Semiconductor fundamentals Doping Pn junction The Diode Equation Zener diode LED Resistors What Is a Semiconductor? What Many materials, such as most metals, allow electri
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Recap of Prof. Abidi Lecture Doping Adding special impurities to an intrinsic semiconductor N-type: Add Group V element (extra electron) Immobilized impurity becomes positive when electron leaves Increases electron density (orders of magnitude higher) A
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EE1 Spring 2008 Midterm Exam Solutions Problem 1 (25 pts) Two point charges Q1 and Q2 are located in free space at r1 = (x1 , y1 , z1 ) and r2 = (x2 , y2 , z2 ). Neither charge is at the origin. (a) What is the amplitude of the force that Q1 exerts o
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Course: Data Comm. & Telecomm. Networks
U CLA Electrical Engineering Department EE132B HW Set #1 Professor Izhak Rubin Problem 1 Let X denote a n geometric random variable with parameter 1 p ( 0,1) such that P ( X = n ) = p ( 1 p ) for n = 0, 1, 1) Calculate the mean directly. 2) Calculate the
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EE 131A Probability Instructor: Lara Dolecek Comprehensive project Friday, November 5, 2010 Due: Friday, December 3, 2010 Reading: Chapters 2 through 8 of Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes by A. Leon-Garcia 100 points total In this project we
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EE100 07S Mid-Term 2 Name _|_ LAST FIRST Student ID _ DO NOT OPEN UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. We will copy some graded exam papers for archival purposes! Put your name in the blank on EVERY page. Show your setup. Circle your answers. Add notes
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Course: SEMI CONDUCTOR PHYSICS
EE2 Problem Set#4 Solutions: Due May 03 in class Question#1 (15 points): A silicon wafer (NA =1014/cm3, n =1 microsec, T=room temperature) is first illuminated for a time t> n with light that generates GLO = 1016 electron-hole pairs per cm3-sec uniformly
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Course: Statics And Strength Of Materials
Problem 8.1 The coefficients of static and kinetic friction between the 0.4-kg book and the table are s = 0.30 and k = 0.28. A person exerts a horizontal force on the book as shown. (a) If the magnitude of the force is 1 N and the book remains statio
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Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning Solutions to the Exercises: Web-Edition Markus Svens n and Christopher M. Bishop e Copyright c 20022007 This is the solutions manual (web-edition) for the book Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning (PRML;
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Course: EVOLUTN&ECOL&BIODIV
From the first midterm, do and or review the following: Understand theory and the scientific method How does a researchers perspective affect their study? Be able to explain natural selection and why it is important in the study of evolution. How do we cl
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Multiple Choice Answer on the Scantron provided ONLY. 1. Which of the graphs in Figure 20-1 illustrates the behavior of a total fixed cost? a. Graph 2 b. Graph 3 c. Graph 4 d. Graph 1 2. Which of the following describes the behavior of the fixed cost per
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Course: Introduction To Linguistics
Linguistics 1! Due in section on October 21st/22nd Assignment #4: Semantics * Please write your answers on a separate sheet of paper. * * Please staple your homework. * Pg. 219 #2 The following sentences are either tautologies (analytic), contradictions,
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Appendix D Conceptual Accounting for Partnerships A Look at This Appendix This appendix explains the partnership form of organization. Important partnership characteristics are described along with the accounting concepts and procedures for its mos
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