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School: USC
Course: LINEAR CIRCUITS
University of Southern California Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering EE 202L - Linear Circuits Homework Set #1 Due in class, Thursday, 29 September Problems 1.4, 1.7, 1.10, 1.16, 1.17, 1.20, 1.26, 1.30 These problems and others (for practice)
School: USC
Course: LINEAR CIRCUITS
University of Southern California Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering EE 202L - Linear Circuits Homework Set #2 Due in class, Thursday, 6 October Problems 1.40, 1.45, 1.55, 1.59 Problems A, B, C, and D (from old exams) These problems and other
School: USC
University of Southern California Department of Electrical Engineering EE202L - Linear Circuits Fall 2013 Homework 6 Problem 1 Express the following signals in terms of singularity functions. (a) t 1, 1, x(t) = 4 t, 0 1<t<2 2<t<3 3<t<4 Otherwise (b) 2,
School: USC
1 EE202L Fall 2013 University of Southern California Lab 6 In this experiment, you will get familiar with PSpice. PSpice is a SPICE analog circuit and digital logic simulation software that runs on personal computers, hence the first letter "P" in its nam
School: USC
1 EE202L Fall 2013 University of Southern California Lab 3 In this lab we will experiment with a potentiometer, practice measuring rise time of signals, practice obtaining the FFT spectra, and construct an inverting op amp. Part 1: Experiment with a Varia
School: USC
1 EE202L Fall 2013 University of Southern California Lab 4 In this lab we will construct a variable gain inverting op amp circuit, a non-inverting op amp circuit and observe the effect of saturation in an op amp. Part 1: Constructing an Variable Gain Inve
School: USC
EE202L Fall 2013 University of Southern California Lab Exam The lab exam is used to test general knowledge of experimental skills, and will span two lab weeks, so that everyone will be tested individually. Exam Rules: Calculators are not allowed on the la
School: USC
Course: LINEAR CIRCUITS
University of Southern California Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering EE 202L - Linear Circuits Homework Set #1 Due in class, Thursday, 29 September Problems 1.4, 1.7, 1.10, 1.16, 1.17, 1.20, 1.26, 1.30 These problems and others (for practice)
School: USC
Course: LINEAR CIRCUITS
University of Southern California Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering EE 202L - Linear Circuits Homework Set #2 Due in class, Thursday, 6 October Problems 1.40, 1.45, 1.55, 1.59 Problems A, B, C, and D (from old exams) These problems and other
School: USC
University of Southern California Department of Electrical Engineering EE202L - Linear Circuits Fall 2013 Homework 6 Problem 1 Express the following signals in terms of singularity functions. (a) t 1, 1, x(t) = 4 t, 0 1<t<2 2<t<3 3<t<4 Otherwise (b) 2,
School: USC
1 EE202L Fall 2013 University of Southern California Lab 6 In this experiment, you will get familiar with PSpice. PSpice is a SPICE analog circuit and digital logic simulation software that runs on personal computers, hence the first letter "P" in its nam
School: USC
1 EE202L Fall 2013 University of Southern California Lab 3 In this lab we will experiment with a potentiometer, practice measuring rise time of signals, practice obtaining the FFT spectra, and construct an inverting op amp. Part 1: Experiment with a Varia
School: USC
1 EE202L Fall 2013 University of Southern California Lab 4 In this lab we will construct a variable gain inverting op amp circuit, a non-inverting op amp circuit and observe the effect of saturation in an op amp. Part 1: Constructing an Variable Gain Inve
School: USC
1 EE202L Fall 2013 University of Southern California Lab 5 In this lab we will construct 4-bit R-2R ladder DAC (digital to analog converter). One common requirement in electronics is to convert signals back and forth between analog and digital forms. Most
School: USC
1 EE202L Fall 2013 University of Southern California Pre-Lab 3 Assignment In 1807, Baron Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier (1768-1830) postulated a theory that any periodical function could be expressed as an infinite series of a sum of sinusoids. According to