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Electronic Devices Problems

Course: COMP EE367, Winter 2009
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Devices Electronic Problems Electronic Devices by Floyd, 7 Ed. Ch. 1, #13, 1619 inclusive =5 questions Ch. 2, #19, 1117, 1921, 2429, 31, 36 = 27 questions Ch. 3, #13, 617, 20 = 16 questions Ch. 4, #518, 23, 25, 26 = 17 questions Ch. 5, #113, 1520, 30 = 20 questions Ch. 6, #116, 1922, 27, 29(a and b), 30(a and b) Ch. 7, #113, 1622, 2427 Ch. 8, #1, 2, 11, 13(a), 1519, 2527 Electronic Devices Problems Electronic by...

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Devices Electronic Problems Electronic Devices by Floyd, 7 Ed. Ch. 1, #13, 1619 inclusive =5 questions Ch. 2, #19, 1117, 1921, 2429, 31, 36 = 27 questions Ch. 3, #13, 617, 20 = 16 questions Ch. 4, #518, 23, 25, 26 = 17 questions Ch. 5, #113, 1520, 30 = 20 questions Ch. 6, #116, 1922, 27, 29(a and b), 30(a and b) Ch. 7, #113, 1622, 2427 Ch. 8, #1, 2, 11, 13(a), 1519, 2527 Electronic Devices Problems Electronic by Devices Floyd, 8 Ed. Ch. 1, #13, 16, 17, 20, 21 =5 questions Ch. 2, #1, 2, 511, 1319, 2123, 26, 28, 3033, 35, 40 = 27 questions Ch. 3, #13, 617, 20 = 16 questions Ch. 4, #513, 1620, 25, 29, 30 = 17 questions Ch. 5, #18, 1115, 17, 2832, 34 = 20 questions Ch. 6, #18, 1018, 2124, 29, 31(a and b), 32(a and b) Ch. 8, #113, 1622, 2427 (chapter order different from 7 Ed.) Ch. 9, #1, 2, 11, 13(a), 1519, 2527
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Mohawk - COMP - EE367
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1LAB MODULE #2 SYSTEM HARDWARE COMPONENTS - RECOGNITION AND INSTALLATION OBJECTIVES: After completing this exercise, the student should be able to: - obtain technical information about systems from the manufacturer's web site - list and describe all that
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1LAB MODULE #3 COMPUTER PORTS and PERIPHERALS EXTERNAL EXPANSION OBJECTIVES: After completing this exercise, the student should be able to: - identify the ports by their connectors - describe port connectors and peripheral cables using appropriate trade n
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FIGURE 18-1 certain limits).Line regulation. A change in input (line) voltage does not significantly affect the output voltage of a regulator (withinThomas L. Floyd Electronic Devices, 6e and Electronic Devices: Electron Flow Version, 4eCopyright 2002
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Mohawk - EE - 369
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Mohawk - EE - 369
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page 0FS = first scanT1 = ST2 AST1A T1C*B T3 T4 ST2 C+BST3T2 = ST1 B T3 = ST3 ( C B ) T4 = ST2 ( C + B ) ST1 = ( ST1 + T1 ) T2 + FS ST2 = ( ST2 + T2 + T3 ) T1 T4 ST3 = ( ST3 + T4 T1 ) T3BT2ST2A T1ST1Automating Manufacturing Systems T2C BBS
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