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School: Maryland
Course: Analog And Digital Eletronics
HW1 solns sheet Horiuchi (1) Note that the wire in the center can have current running through it, but it will be all at the same potential. Lets call the potential on this node, Vx. In this problem, the circuit can be collapsed into two series resistors
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ENEE 241 02* HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 18 Due Tue 04/28 (i) (2 pts.) In the lecture notes, you will nd the Fourier series for the symmetric (even) rectangular pulse train of unit height and duty factor . Write down both the complex and real (cosines-only) form
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Course: Analog And Digital Eletronics
Homework #1 ENEE 303 (Horiuchi, Fall 2011) Due: Tuesday, Sept 6th, 2011 (in class) Your goal in the homework is to both explain to me how one solves the problem and to solve for the actual answer. Correct final answers are only a part of the solution. Be
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
LABORATORY 2 - Synchronous and Asynchronous Counters Lab Goals The main purpose of this lab is to introduce the basic laboratory procedures necessary to evaluate simple digital circuits: how to convert logic diagrams into circuit diagrams, how to use b
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Course: Electric Machines
Scott R. Smith ENEE473 Lab 5: Three-Phase Induction Machine Equivalent Circuit Model March 9, 2007 Purpose: This experiment will allow me to determine the equivalent circuit model parameters for the three-phase induction machine. The equivalent circ
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HW #2 From the Book: ENEE 205- Fall 2011 Due Sept 29 by 9:30AM Read Chapter 3 (Having already read Chapters 1 & 2) 1 k Problem #1 - John explains to Jasmine, after the battery in his calculator died, that a 9 Volt battery can be used to charge a 3Volt bat
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #27 Final exam: Tuesday, May 15st May 9, 2012 8:00 10:00 AM The questions on the final exam will be on the topics covered in lectures, home work assignments, pre-labs and post labs. 1 Straight line approximations in Bod
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Course: Technology Choices
Deion Baker ENEE 131- Technology Choices Short Paper #2 The piece of modern technology I chose to analyze is the high speed train. The high speed rail is different from other train systems as it operates at a significantly higher speed than the normal spe
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Course: Technology Choices
Deion Baker Short Paper #1 9-28-10 The Amish view of technology and technological change is very misunderstood by modern society. I feel as though their approach to technology use can be seen as efficient. The Amish have selectively incorporated technolog
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Course: Social And Ethical Dimensions Of Engineering Technology
Iniese Umah ENEE 200 Paper 4 Gift vs. Bribe In the engineering practice, it is important for an engineer to be able to distinguish between bribes and gifts. Lets consider the case of Max, an engineer who is a U.S citizen and is trying to establish his com
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #26 May 7nd , 2012 Gain-bandwidth product 1 Typical op-amp schematicnext years circuits course 2 Simple model of frequency dependent gain low pass filter, single pole x Typical A0 ~ 105 -106 Bandwidth =w0/2 ~1 -10 Hertz
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #25 May 2nd , 2012 1 First order passive filters Arbitrary transfer function can be synthesized with several stages. Problems: Attenuation, complexity, Only real poles and zeros on s-plane 2 Different filters can be cre
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ENEE 204 Sections 0101 0106 Lecture #24 April 30th, 2012 Semiconductor diodes Lab 11 Rectifying circuits Poles and zeros 1 A diode description (a) + VD e+ p e- en e- I (b) e- depletion r egion + e e- p n IO (c) e- Figure 13.1 The pn diode, 2 Diode contain
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ENEE 204 Sections 0101 0106 Lecture #24 April 30th, 2012 Semiconductor diodes Lab 11 Rectifying circuits Poles and zeros 1 A diode description (a) + VD e+ p e- en e- I (b) e- depletion r egion + e e- p n IO (c) e- Figure 13.1 The pn diode, 2 Diode contain
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #23 April 15th, 2012 1 A simple high pass filter C vs= V0cos t Question: Answer: R + v(t) How does the output, v(t), depend on ? j RC j 0 H(j ) = 1 + j RC = 1 + j 0 What does it mean? 0 = 1/ RC 2 Plot of amplitude and
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #22 April 23rd , 2012 unit step - initial conditions, and particular solutions transfer function particular and homogeneous solutions examples 1 Unit step function represents important type of signal u(t) 1 0 time t=0 u
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (10 pts.) A FIR lter has impulse response h[n] = b0 [n] + b1 [n 1] + b2 [n 2] + b3 [n 3] + b4 [n 4] and amplitude response |H(ej )| = | cos 2 2 cos | (i) (4 pts.) Assuming that b0 > 0, determine the values of b0 , . . . , b4 . (ii) (3 pts.) Dete
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (10 pts.) Calculator allowed. Consider a hypothetical calculator capable of performing additions, subtractions, multiplications and divisions, as well as computing integer powers of real numbers. All these computations are performed with four-di
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (4 pts.) What do the equations |z| = |z 6 8j| |z| = 5 where z is a variable point, represent on the complex plane? Sketch the corresponding lines. (ii) (3 pts.) Do the two lines in (i) intersect, and if so, at which point(s)? Par
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (6 pts.) Sketch the curve on the complex plane given by |z 4 + 2j| = 5 Find the maximum values of here.) (ii) (9 pts.) Let ecfw_z and mcfw_z as z ranges over this curve. (No calculus is needed x(t) = A cos(t + ) + 3 2 sin(t + /4) ,
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (3 pts.) Sketch the curve |z 2 2j| = 1. (ii) (5 pts.) Verify that z(t) = 2 + 2j + ej2t lies on the curve of part (i). Hence determine all positive values of t for which |z(t)| equals its minimum value. Part (iii) is unrelated to pa
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (7 pts.) Find the points of intersection of the line |z + 1 + 2j| = |z 3 j| and the two coordinate axes (real and imaginary). (ii) (8 pts.) Express the sinusoid x(t) = A cos(t + ) + A cos(t ) , where A > 0 and [0, ], in the form B
School: Maryland
Course: Analog And Digital Eletronics
HW1 solns sheet Horiuchi (1) Note that the wire in the center can have current running through it, but it will be all at the same potential. Lets call the potential on this node, Vx. In this problem, the circuit can be collapsed into two series resistors
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ENEE 241 02* HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 18 Due Tue 04/28 (i) (2 pts.) In the lecture notes, you will nd the Fourier series for the symmetric (even) rectangular pulse train of unit height and duty factor . Write down both the complex and real (cosines-only) form
School: Maryland
Course: Analog And Digital Eletronics
Homework #1 ENEE 303 (Horiuchi, Fall 2011) Due: Tuesday, Sept 6th, 2011 (in class) Your goal in the homework is to both explain to me how one solves the problem and to solve for the actual answer. Correct final answers are only a part of the solution. Be
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HW #2 From the Book: ENEE 205- Fall 2011 Due Sept 29 by 9:30AM Read Chapter 3 (Having already read Chapters 1 & 2) 1 k Problem #1 - John explains to Jasmine, after the battery in his calculator died, that a 9 Volt battery can be used to charge a 3Volt bat
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
LABORATORY 2 - Synchronous and Asynchronous Counters Lab Goals The main purpose of this lab is to introduce the basic laboratory procedures necessary to evaluate simple digital circuits: how to convert logic diagrams into circuit diagrams, how to use b
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Course: Electric Machines
Scott R. Smith ENEE473 Lab 5: Three-Phase Induction Machine Equivalent Circuit Model March 9, 2007 Purpose: This experiment will allow me to determine the equivalent circuit model parameters for the three-phase induction machine. The equivalent circ
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Laboratory1:Introduction 1.1 Objectives The objectives of this laboratory are: To become familiar with the Agilent InfiniiVision 2000 X series oscilloscope and its built-in function generation DVM, with which you will learn to acquire, save, and manipulat
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Laboratory 5: Half Adder and Full Adder 5.1 Objectives The objectives of this laboratory are: To become familiar with the Xilinx Foundation Series Tools for the design of logic circuits. To understand and use Verilog HDL for the design of simple combina
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Laboratory 4: Latches and Flip-Flops 4.1 Objectives The objectives of this laboratory are: To design various latch and flip-flop circuits To test various latch and design circuits To measure the non-ideal properties of your circuits and compare the perfor
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Laboratory 3: Switching Circuits and Digital Logic Analyzers Objectives 3.1 The objectives of this laboratory are: To design a minimal switching circuit To test the switching circuit with all possible input combinations To identify glitches and measure ti
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ENEE 303: Analog and Digital Electronics Course Outline, Spring 2013 Instructor: Alireza Khaligh Office: 2347 A.V. Williams; Tel: 301-405-8985; EML: khaligh@ece.umd.edu; URL: http:/www.ece.umd.edu/~akhaligh Grading: Homework Mid-Term Exam 1 Mid-Term Exam
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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742-3285 Glenn L. Martin Institute of Technology A. James Clark School of Engineering Fall 2010 Dr. Charles B. Silio, Jr. Telephone 301-405-3668 Fax 301-314-9281 sil
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ENEE244: Digital Logic Design Fall, 2011 Lecture Times: Monday & Wednesday 11:30 am - 12:15 pm Classroom: Room 1102, Martin Hall (EGR 1102) Instructor/Office: Professor Kazuo Nakajima/Room 2345, A. V. Williams Bldg. Contact Information: By phone 301-405-3
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ENEE244: Digital Logic Design Fall 2012 Course Syllabus Lecture: M,W 3:00-4:45pm, EGR 0108 Sections 0101-0103 Instructor: Joseph JaJa, 3433 A.V. Williams Bldg; 301-405-1925, josephj@umd.edu Course Objectives: Students are supposed to learn the basic techn
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ENEE 646: Digital Computer Design Fall 2004 Handout #1 Course Information and Policy Room: CHE 2108 TTh 2:00p.m. - 3:15p.m. http:/www.ece.umd.edu/class/enee646 Donald Yeung 1327 A. V. Williams (301) 405-3649 yeung@eng.umd.edu http:/www.ece.umd.edu
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ENEE 322: Signal and System Theory Course Information Fall 2002 General Information Course Information: Title: Lecture: Recitation: ENEE 322: Signal and System Theory TuTh 12:30 1:45, PLS 1140 Section 0301 Fri 1:00 - 1:50 EGR 1104 Section 0302 Mon
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Course: Analog And Digital Eletronics
HW1 solns sheet Horiuchi (1) Note that the wire in the center can have current running through it, but it will be all at the same potential. Lets call the potential on this node, Vx. In this problem, the circuit can be collapsed into two series resistors
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ENEE 241 02* HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 18 Due Tue 04/28 (i) (2 pts.) In the lecture notes, you will nd the Fourier series for the symmetric (even) rectangular pulse train of unit height and duty factor . Write down both the complex and real (cosines-only) form
School: Maryland
Course: Analog And Digital Eletronics
Homework #1 ENEE 303 (Horiuchi, Fall 2011) Due: Tuesday, Sept 6th, 2011 (in class) Your goal in the homework is to both explain to me how one solves the problem and to solve for the actual answer. Correct final answers are only a part of the solution. Be
School: Maryland
Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
LABORATORY 2 - Synchronous and Asynchronous Counters Lab Goals The main purpose of this lab is to introduce the basic laboratory procedures necessary to evaluate simple digital circuits: how to convert logic diagrams into circuit diagrams, how to use b
School: Maryland
Course: Electric Machines
Scott R. Smith ENEE473 Lab 5: Three-Phase Induction Machine Equivalent Circuit Model March 9, 2007 Purpose: This experiment will allow me to determine the equivalent circuit model parameters for the three-phase induction machine. The equivalent circ
School: Maryland
HW #2 From the Book: ENEE 205- Fall 2011 Due Sept 29 by 9:30AM Read Chapter 3 (Having already read Chapters 1 & 2) 1 k Problem #1 - John explains to Jasmine, after the battery in his calculator died, that a 9 Volt battery can be used to charge a 3Volt bat
School: Maryland
Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Laboratory1:Introduction 1.1 Objectives The objectives of this laboratory are: To become familiar with the Agilent InfiniiVision 2000 X series oscilloscope and its built-in function generation DVM, with which you will learn to acquire, save, and manipulat
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (10 pts.) A FIR lter has impulse response h[n] = b0 [n] + b1 [n 1] + b2 [n 2] + b3 [n 3] + b4 [n 4] and amplitude response |H(ej )| = | cos 2 2 cos | (i) (4 pts.) Assuming that b0 > 0, determine the values of b0 , . . . , b4 . (ii) (3 pts.) Dete
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (10 pts.) Calculator allowed. Consider a hypothetical calculator capable of performing additions, subtractions, multiplications and divisions, as well as computing integer powers of real numbers. All these computations are performed with four-di
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (4 pts.) What do the equations |z| = |z 6 8j| |z| = 5 where z is a variable point, represent on the complex plane? Sketch the corresponding lines. (ii) (3 pts.) Do the two lines in (i) intersect, and if so, at which point(s)? Par
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (6 pts.) Sketch the curve on the complex plane given by |z 4 + 2j| = 5 Find the maximum values of here.) (ii) (9 pts.) Let ecfw_z and mcfw_z as z ranges over this curve. (No calculus is needed x(t) = A cos(t + ) + 3 2 sin(t + /4) ,
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (3 pts.) Sketch the curve |z 2 2j| = 1. (ii) (5 pts.) Verify that z(t) = 2 + 2j + ej2t lies on the curve of part (i). Hence determine all positive values of t for which |z(t)| equals its minimum value. Part (iii) is unrelated to pa
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (7 pts.) Find the points of intersection of the line |z + 1 + 2j| = |z 3 j| and the two coordinate axes (real and imaginary). (ii) (8 pts.) Express the sinusoid x(t) = A cos(t + ) + A cos(t ) , where A > 0 and [0, ], in the form B
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (6 pts.) Sketch the line (or curve) on the complex plane given by |z 9 2j| = |z 7 6j| , indicating clearly whether or not it passes through the origin. (ii) (9 pts.) Let x(t) = cos t + A sin(t /3) For what value A > 0 is the amplit
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (10 pts.) (i) (5 pts.) On the complex (z) plane, sketch the lines given by the following equations (do not use your calculator ): (2 pts.) (3 pts.) |z 1| = |z 2j| |z 1 j| = 2 (ii) (5 pts.) The sinusoid x(t) = A cos(t + /4) + B sin(t + /3) can
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (3 pts.) Sketch the curve |2z + 1| = 3 on the complex plane. (ii) (5 pts.) Express all the roots of z 5 = 32 in the form rej . Do any of these roots lie on the curve found in part (i)? If so, which one(s)? Part (iii) is unrelated t
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ENPM600 MidTermExamSolutions 6. LetXbeanexponentialrandomvariablesuchthat Pcfw_X > 2.0 = e 2 / 3 .LetBbeaneventsuch that X 3 > 5 . a. Find Pcfw_3 < X 5[4points] cfw_ b. Find P 1 < ( X 2 ) 9 2 [6points] c. Deriveandplottheconditionalprobabilitydistributi
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Homework Solution ENPM 600 1 Result for V is from class notes. Hence U and V are not independent 2 3 4 5
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ENPM 600 Fall 2013 Mid-Term Exam Due : October 28, 2013 1. Let A and B be two events in a probability space such that P(A) > 0 and P(B) > 0. a. If A and B are mutually exclusive, show that P( A) P( A /( A B) P( A) P( B) b. For any two events A and B, sho
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ELEG 310 Midterm 1, March 20, 2008 NAME: 1. Let X be a random variable with PMF p(k) = 0.25 for k = 0, 1, 2, 3. What are the following: a) E X b) E X 2 c) Var X d) E sX 1 NAME: 2. In the network below, assume each link works with probability pi independen
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #27 Final exam: Tuesday, May 15st May 9, 2012 8:00 10:00 AM The questions on the final exam will be on the topics covered in lectures, home work assignments, pre-labs and post labs. 1 Straight line approximations in Bod
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Course: Social And Ethical Dimensions Of Engineering Technology
Iniese Umah ENEE 200 Paper 3 Ethical Dilemma An engineer employed by Universal Avionics faces an ethical dilemma. The ethical dilemma has to do with the decision the engineer has to make, as he is faced with two difficult choices of decision. The engineer
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A A.1 Solutions to exercises on complex numbers. addition and multiplication Evaluate the expression and write your answer in the form a + bi. (1.) (5 6i) + (3 + 2i) Solution. 8 4i. 1 (2.) (4 2 i) (9 + 5 i) 2 Solution. 5 3i. (3.) (2 + 5i)(4 i) Solution. (
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ENEE 222: Final Exam Review Richard J. La Fall 2012 Cascade of LTI systems Suppose that two LTI systems are put in a series, i.e., cascade Overall system is also LTI with impulse response Frequency response of the overall system Response of an LTI syst
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Richard J. La Fall 2012 Inner product of two vectors Norm of a vector Orthogonal vectors Orthogonal projection of a onto b Closest point to a on the straight line along b Solution to Solution to the linear least squares approximation where V consists
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Course: Numerical Techniques For Engineers
ENEE241 Final Exam Review, Version 2.0 Steve Tjoa Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland December 14, 2010 1. Let a and b be two complex numbers, where a = |a|ej a = aR + jaI and b = |b|ej b = bR + jbI . Simplify the followin
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Course: Analog And Digital Electronics
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Course: Numerical Techniques For Engineers
ENEE241 Final Exam Review, Version 2.0 Solutions Steve Tjoa Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland December 15, 2010 1. Let a and b be two complex numbers, where a = |a|ej a = aR + jaI and b = |b|ej b = bR + jbI . Simplify th
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Course: Numerical Techniques For Engineers
ENEE241 Final Exam Review, Version 1.0 Solutions Steve Tjoa Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland December 14, 2010 1. Let a and b be two complex numbers, where a = |a|ej a = aR + jaI and b = |b|ej b = bR + jbI . Simplify th
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Course: Numerical Techniques For Engineers
ENEE241 Final Exam Review, Version 1.0 Steve Tjoa Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland December 14, 2010 1. Let a and b be two complex numbers, where a = |a|ej a = aR + jaI and b = |b|ej b = bR + jbI . Simplify the followin
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Course: Intermediate Programming Concepts For Engineers
ENEE150 Midterm 2 Review I. String Review A. Character utilities A.1. #include <ctype.h> A.2. int isupper (int c) isupper returns true only for the characters defined as upper case letters A.3. int islower (int c) The islower function tests for any charac
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Notes for ENEE 664: Optimal Control Andr L. Tits e DRAFT August 2008 Contents 1 Motivation and Scope 1.1 Some Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 Scope of the Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Course: Computer Organization
ENEE350 The syllabus is on the web at http:/www.ece.umd.edu/~manoj/350/syllabus.pdf In this class, we will be using the MIPS instruction set. The grade breakdown is: HW Programming Quizzes Mid-term Final 10% 15% (MIPS assembly) 15% 80% 30% 1/29/04
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Course: Technology Choices
Deion Baker ENEE 131- Technology Choices Short Paper #2 The piece of modern technology I chose to analyze is the high speed train. The high speed rail is different from other train systems as it operates at a significantly higher speed than the normal spe
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Course: Technology Choices
Deion Baker Short Paper #1 9-28-10 The Amish view of technology and technological change is very misunderstood by modern society. I feel as though their approach to technology use can be seen as efficient. The Amish have selectively incorporated technolog
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Course: Social And Ethical Dimensions Of Engineering Technology
Iniese Umah ENEE 200 Paper 4 Gift vs. Bribe In the engineering practice, it is important for an engineer to be able to distinguish between bribes and gifts. Lets consider the case of Max, an engineer who is a U.S citizen and is trying to establish his com
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #26 May 7nd , 2012 Gain-bandwidth product 1 Typical op-amp schematicnext years circuits course 2 Simple model of frequency dependent gain low pass filter, single pole x Typical A0 ~ 105 -106 Bandwidth =w0/2 ~1 -10 Hertz
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #25 May 2nd , 2012 1 First order passive filters Arbitrary transfer function can be synthesized with several stages. Problems: Attenuation, complexity, Only real poles and zeros on s-plane 2 Different filters can be cre
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ENEE 204 Sections 0101 0106 Lecture #24 April 30th, 2012 Semiconductor diodes Lab 11 Rectifying circuits Poles and zeros 1 A diode description (a) + VD e+ p e- en e- I (b) e- depletion r egion + e e- p n IO (c) e- Figure 13.1 The pn diode, 2 Diode contain
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ENEE 204 Sections 0101 0106 Lecture #24 April 30th, 2012 Semiconductor diodes Lab 11 Rectifying circuits Poles and zeros 1 A diode description (a) + VD e+ p e- en e- I (b) e- depletion r egion + e e- p n IO (c) e- Figure 13.1 The pn diode, 2 Diode contain
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #23 April 15th, 2012 1 A simple high pass filter C vs= V0cos t Question: Answer: R + v(t) How does the output, v(t), depend on ? j RC j 0 H(j ) = 1 + j RC = 1 + j 0 What does it mean? 0 = 1/ RC 2 Plot of amplitude and
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #22 April 23rd , 2012 unit step - initial conditions, and particular solutions transfer function particular and homogeneous solutions examples 1 Unit step function represents important type of signal u(t) 1 0 time t=0 u
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #21 April 18th , 2012 Transfer functions Complex frequency Poles and zeros of transfer function Particular solution from transfer function Homogeneous solution from transfer function Response to a unit step 1 Transfer f
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #20 April 16th , 2012 Series LRC circuit excited by a DC source Series LRC circuit excited by an AC source Parallel LRC circuit excited by a source 1 The exam and solutions are posted on the web 14 12 Histogram of Test
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #19 April, 9th , 2012 1 The simplest second order circuit t=0 i=C + vC(t) _ C dv C dt vL = L di dt vC+vL = 0 L d 2 vC v C + LC 2 = 0 dt Two initial conditions are necessary vC(0) = V0 i (0) = 0 i=C dv C dt dv C =0 dt t
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #18 April, 4th , 2012 Exam #2 on April 11th , 2012 Sample problems and solutions are posted in the Exams folder 1 Transients can be excited by initial conditions vc(0-) =V0 + vC(t) t=0 Find VC(t) for t > 0 vR(t) This ci
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #17 April, 2nd , 2012 Exam #2 on April 11th , 2012 1 Material for test #2 HWs 5 - 9 Lectures 9 - 16 Circuit Analysis Methods input impedance, parallel and series connections, symmetry, superposition, nodal and mesh anal
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #16 March, 28th , 2012 Operational amplifiers II Exam #2 on April 9th , 2012 1 Operational amplifier is an ideal differential amplifier v1 v2 + 0 vout = A (v2-v1) + Infinite input impedance Zero output impedance Very hi
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #15 March, 26th , 2012 Operational amplifiers Exam #2 on April 9th , 2012 1 Performance of an amplifier in a system can be calculated from the three parameters RS vS vin + Zin + Avin Zout + vout RL Zin RL Vout = A VS Zi
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #14 March 14, 2012 Amplifiers, Operational amplifiers 1 An example: a real circuit problem Find vout / vs for >1 BJT ib vs RB r ib Re RC + vout 2 Mesh analysis vs RB I1 KVL: ib r ib Re RC I2 + vout vS + r I1 + R e (
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #13 March 12, 2012 Dependent sources, amplifiers 1 New topic: dependent sources Independent sources + Dependent sources + 2 There are four types of dependent sources + vx + Avx Voltage controlled voltage source ix + vx
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #12 March, 7, 2012 1 A linear active circuit can be replaced by a non-ideal voltage source 1 I I V Zs + Vs V 2 VS = Open circuit voltage ZS = Internal impedance 2 Non-ideal voltage and current sources can be modeled by
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ENEE 204 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #11 March, 5, 2012 Nodal and Mesh analysis Non-ideal sources 1 In nodal analysis, the variables are the node potentials. node potentials: v1, v2, v3 Is1 v2 Y3 v1 _ + Y1 _ Is2 + + _ Is3 Y2 v3 KVL equations are automatica
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #10 February 29th, 2012 Nodal analysis 12 10 8 Test #1 Histogram of grades 6 4 2 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 1 In nodal analysis, the variables are the node potentials. v1 _ node potentials: Is1 v1, v2, v3 v2 Y3
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #9 February, 22, 2012 Equivalent transformations of electric circuits Part 2 Exam #1 will be held in class on Monday 2/27/2012 1 Redrawing of circuit may be needed to show the rotational symmetry. Z1 Z1 Z4 Z3 Z4 Z4 Z4 Z
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #8 February, 20, 2012 Equivalent transformations of electric circuits Exam #1 will be held in class on Monday 2/27/2012 1 Test #1 Same time and place as this lecture Material form HWs 1-4, Lectures 1-8 Chapters 1-4.4 in
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #7 February, 15, 2012 AC power Power factor Series and parallel connections 1 At a given current, reactance does not contribute to power dissipation + V _ 1 * P = Re V I avg 2 I Z Note: here R is the real part of com
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0104 Lecture #6 February, 13, 2012 AC power 1 Power dissipation in active and passive devices In passive devices we have a convention relating the sign of voltage drop and the current direction i(t) + v(t) - Positive power means the
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ENEE 205 Sections 0101 0105 Lecture #5 Phasors 1 Imaginary exponential notation can be used to represent complex numbers in polar coordinates z = a +jb = (r, ) = r a = r cos b = r sin Im b r a +jb = r e j e j z= r (cos + jsin ) e j = cos + jsin Eulers
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ENEE 205 Lecture #4 Review of time harmonic signals 1 AC sources are very common Electrical power distribution - 60 Hz Communications (RF 10kHz 100MHz) Microwaves 100MHz - 100GHz 2 Three parameters that characterize an AC signal are amplitude, radial freq
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ENEE 205 Lecture #3 Writing down and solving electrical circuit equations Syllabus, home work, etc. https:/elms.umd.edu 1 Solving a set of simultaneous equations Examples: x+y+z=2 2x -y + z = 2 x - 2y+ z = -1 dx/dt + 5y = 0 x + y=0 x=2 y=1 z = -1 x=Ae-5t
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ENEE 205 Lecture #2 Syllabus, home work, etc. https:/elms.umd.edu Office Hours of J. Goldhar Tuesday 2-4, 2122 Kim Buiding HW#1 is Due: Wednesday, February 1th, 2012 1 Terminal relations require specific reference directions for current and voltage i(t) v
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ENEE 205 Sections 101 -104 Instructor: Julius Goldhar, jgoldhar@umd.edu Office hours TBA or by appointment Room 2122 Kim Building. Syllabus, home work, lab instructions, lectures, etc. https:/elms.umd.edu Labs and discussion sessions start January 30th HW
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Overview Declare strings String input and output functions input and output functions Character input and output functions Strings manipulating functions EE140: Introduction to to Programming Concepts for Engineers Lecture 11 Strings gets() and puts() get
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Standard output function: printf() printf("formatted string", var1, var2, , varn); EE140: Introduction to to Programming Concepts for Engineers Formatted string: Lecture 10 Standard input/output functions text will be printed out as it is will be printed
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PROBLEM 1 (10 pts.) A FIR lter has impulse response h[n] = b0 [n] + b1 [n 1] + b2 [n 2] + b3 [n 3] + b4 [n 4] and amplitude response |H(ej )| = | cos 2 2 cos | (i) (4 pts.) Assuming that b0 > 0, determine the values of b0 , . . . , b4 . (ii) (3 pts.) Dete
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PROBLEM 1 (10 pts.) Calculator allowed. Consider a hypothetical calculator capable of performing additions, subtractions, multiplications and divisions, as well as computing integer powers of real numbers. All these computations are performed with four-di
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PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (4 pts.) What do the equations |z| = |z 6 8j| |z| = 5 where z is a variable point, represent on the complex plane? Sketch the corresponding lines. (ii) (3 pts.) Do the two lines in (i) intersect, and if so, at which point(s)? Par
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PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (6 pts.) Sketch the curve on the complex plane given by |z 4 + 2j| = 5 Find the maximum values of here.) (ii) (9 pts.) Let ecfw_z and mcfw_z as z ranges over this curve. (No calculus is needed x(t) = A cos(t + ) + 3 2 sin(t + /4) ,
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PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (3 pts.) Sketch the curve |z 2 2j| = 1. (ii) (5 pts.) Verify that z(t) = 2 + 2j + ej2t lies on the curve of part (i). Hence determine all positive values of t for which |z(t)| equals its minimum value. Part (iii) is unrelated to pa
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PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (7 pts.) Find the points of intersection of the line |z + 1 + 2j| = |z 3 j| and the two coordinate axes (real and imaginary). (ii) (8 pts.) Express the sinusoid x(t) = A cos(t + ) + A cos(t ) , where A > 0 and [0, ], in the form B
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PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (6 pts.) Sketch the line (or curve) on the complex plane given by |z 9 2j| = |z 7 6j| , indicating clearly whether or not it passes through the origin. (ii) (9 pts.) Let x(t) = cos t + A sin(t /3) For what value A > 0 is the amplit
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PROBLEM 1 (10 pts.) (i) (5 pts.) On the complex (z) plane, sketch the lines given by the following equations (do not use your calculator ): (2 pts.) (3 pts.) |z 1| = |z 2j| |z 1 j| = 2 (ii) (5 pts.) The sinusoid x(t) = A cos(t + /4) + B sin(t + /3) can
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PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) (i) (3 pts.) Sketch the curve |2z + 1| = 3 on the complex plane. (ii) (5 pts.) Express all the roots of z 5 = 32 in the form rej . Do any of these roots lie on the curve found in part (i)? If so, which one(s)? Part (iii) is unrelated t
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ENPM600 MidTermExamSolutions 6. LetXbeanexponentialrandomvariablesuchthat Pcfw_X > 2.0 = e 2 / 3 .LetBbeaneventsuch that X 3 > 5 . a. Find Pcfw_3 < X 5[4points] cfw_ b. Find P 1 < ( X 2 ) 9 2 [6points] c. Deriveandplottheconditionalprobabilitydistributi
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ENPM 600 Fall 2013 Mid-Term Exam Due : October 28, 2013 1. Let A and B be two events in a probability space such that P(A) > 0 and P(B) > 0. a. If A and B are mutually exclusive, show that P( A) P( A /( A B) P( A) P( B) b. For any two events A and B, sho
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ELEG 310 Midterm 1, March 20, 2008 NAME: 1. Let X be a random variable with PMF p(k) = 0.25 for k = 0, 1, 2, 3. What are the following: a) E X b) E X 2 c) Var X d) E sX 1 NAME: 2. In the network below, assume each link works with probability pi independen
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ENEE 222 Signals and Systems Spring 2013 Test 1 2013-02-27 - Solutions Problem 1: (33 points) (a 20 points) Show that the Fourier transform of the convolution of two time signals is the product of their Fourier transforms. (b 13 points) Compute the Fourie
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ENEE 222 Signals and Systems Spring 2013 Test 2 4/10/2013 Solutions Closed book, no calculators. All problems count the same 25 points Problem 1: (a 10 points) Explain the concept of a decibel, and (b 15 points) its application in the Bode plot of the tra
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ENEE 303 (Horiuchi) Exam #1 SOLUTIONS In this exam, we will be ignoring the Early effect and the body effect. E1) CV diode model Use the CV model of the diode with a threshold voltage of V0. Assume that Vdd is > 2 V0. Assume there is current r
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File: G:/coursesF12/303/303F12Final.doc RWN 12/13/12b ENEE 303 Final Exam Fall 2012 150 points, open book, open notes. Notebooks are due at the end of the exam. Good luck and have a good semester break For the CMOS transistors assume KP=3*10E-4, |VTO|=1,
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ENEE 303 (Horiuchi) - Exam #2 Some helpful equations iC = I S e vBE VT g m = kn ' , = +1 iB + iC = iE , ln(ab) = ln(a) + ln(b) , I D = kn ' W 1 2 ( vGS Vt ) vDS 2 vDS L W (VGS Vt ) , r = / g m , re = / g m , a ln x = ln x a L E1) BJT amplifier DC and sm
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ENEE 303 (Horiuchi) - Exam #1 SOLUTIONS E1) The pn-junction diode a) (1 pt) In the pn-junction diode, there are two capacitances that affect high-frequency operation. What are the names of these two capacitances and what is their physical origin? The diff
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MIDTERM I ENEE 313.SPRING 2OII Instructor: Professor Agis Iliadis Place: KEB Question l. 2. 3. 4. 5. State the spatial part of ) Date: 3/8lll Time: 3:30-4:45pm 50"/o Schrodinger's equation for one dimension (x) and explain the physical meaning of each ter
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PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) The two signals r(t) and y (t) shown below are periodic and have complex Fourier series expansions of the form Sk ejk0 t , s(t) = k= where 0 is the fundamental angular frequency. The curved segments are sinusoidal. r(t) 1 . -9 . -6 -3
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PROBLEM 1 (15 pts.) Both signals shown below are periodic and have complex Fourier series expansions of the form Sk ejk0 t , s(t) = k= where 0 is the fundamental angular frequency. x(t) 1 . . -10 -8 -6 -4 -2 2 4 6 8 10 2 4 6 8 10 t -1 y(t) 1 . . -10 -8 -6
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ENEE 303 Fall 2007: Final Exam 14 December 2007, 1:30-2:50 P.M. Name: Note: All work on this exam is to be wholly your own. Consulting (or copying) from other students answers, or aiding other students (by verbal communication or by showing your answers)
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HW1 solns sheet Horiuchi (1) Note that the wire in the center can have current running through it, but it will be all at the same potential. Lets call the potential on this node, Vx. In this problem, the circuit can be collapsed into two series resistors
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ENEE 241 02* HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT 18 Due Tue 04/28 (i) (2 pts.) In the lecture notes, you will nd the Fourier series for the symmetric (even) rectangular pulse train of unit height and duty factor . Write down both the complex and real (cosines-only) form
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Homework #1 ENEE 303 (Horiuchi, Fall 2011) Due: Tuesday, Sept 6th, 2011 (in class) Your goal in the homework is to both explain to me how one solves the problem and to solve for the actual answer. Correct final answers are only a part of the solution. Be
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HW #2 From the Book: ENEE 205- Fall 2011 Due Sept 29 by 9:30AM Read Chapter 3 (Having already read Chapters 1 & 2) 1 k Problem #1 - John explains to Jasmine, after the battery in his calculator died, that a 9 Volt battery can be used to charge a 3Volt bat
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Homework Solution ENPM 600 1 Result for V is from class notes. Hence U and V are not independent 2 3 4 5
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Course: Signal And System Theory
ENEE 322 ASSIGNMENT 4 (*) Do the following problems from the book: 2.4 2.7 2.8 2.16 2.21(a,c) 2.22(a,c,d) Due Thursday 27 February
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ENEE 322 ASSIGNMENT 1 Due Thursday 6 February (*) Do the following problems from the book: 1.21(b,c) transformations, continuous-time 1.22(c,d) transformations, discrete-time 1.24(a,b) even / odd signals 1.25(a,b,c) periodic signals (*) Do the following p
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ENEE 322 ASSIGNMENT 3 (*) Do the following problems from the book: 1.17 causality, linearity 1.27(a,e,f,g) Do (2),(3),(4) parts for each one. 1.31 LTI Due Thursday 20 February
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ENEE 322 ASSIGNMENT 2 Due Thursday 13 February (*) Do the following problems from the book: 1.13 impulse/step/energy 1.16 memory/invertibility 1.21(e,f ) impulse/step/transformations 1.22(e,f ) impulse/step/transformations 1.27(a,e,f,g) Do the (1) Memoryl
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Problem 1.4.3 Solution The first generation consists of two plants each with genotype yg or gy. They are crossed to produce the following second generation genotypes, S = cfw_yy, yg, gy, gg. Each genotype is just as likely as any other so the probability
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ENEE 324H/SPRING 2013 ENGINEERING PROBABILITY HOMEWORK # 12: Please work out the ten (10) problems stated below BT refers to the text: D.P. Bertsekas and J.N. Tsitsiklis, Introduction to Probability (Second Edition), Athena Scientic (2008). Problem 1.55 (
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ENEE 324H/SPRING 2013 ENGINEERING PROBABILITY HOMEWORK # 10: Please work out the ten (10) problems stated below BT refers to the text: D.P. Bertsekas and J.N. Tsitsiklis, Introduction to Probability (Second Edition), Athena Scientic (2008). Problem 1.55 (
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ENEE 324H/SPRING 2013 ENGINEERING PROBABILITY HOMEWORK # 11: Please work out the ten (10) problems stated below BT refers to the text: D.P. Bertsekas and J.N. Tsitsiklis, Introduction to Probability (Second Edition), Athena Scientic (2008). Problem 1.55 (
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ENEE 324H/SPRING 2013 ENGINEERING PROBABILITY HOMEWORK # 9: Please work out the ten (10) problems stated below BT refers to the text: D.P. Bertsekas and J.N. Tsitsiklis, Introduction to Probability (Second Edition), Athena Scientic (2008). Problem 1.55 (B
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ENEE 324H/SPRING 2013 ENGINEERING PROBABILITY HOMEWORK # 8: Please work out the ten (10) problems stated below BT refers to the text: D.P. Bertsekas and J.N. Tsitsiklis, Introduction to Probability (Second Edition), Athena Scientic (2008). Problem 1.55 (B
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ENEE 324H/SPRING 2013 ENGINEERING PROBABILITY HOMEWORK # 7: Please work out the ten (10) problems stated below BT refers to the text: D.P. Bertsekas and J.N. Tsitsiklis, Introduction to Probability (Second Edition), Athena Scientic (2008). Problem 1.55 (B
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ENEE 324H/SPRING 2013 ENGINEERING PROBABILITY HOMEWORK # 6: Please work out the ten (10) problems stated below BT refers to the text: D.P. Bertsekas and J.N. Tsitsiklis, Introduction to Probability (Second Edition), Athena Scientic (2008). Problem 1.55 (B
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
ENEE222 Homework #6 solution Problem 1 _ (a) Since s is real-valued, S has circular conjugate symmetry, i.e., S=[5 1 -2+j*3 j*3 4-j -8 4+j -j*3 -2-j*3 1 ].' (b) Sum of s[n] (where n = 0:9) equals S[0]. Sum of (-1)^n*s[n] equals S[5]. Therefore s[0]+s[2]+s
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ENEE222: HW Assignment #1 Solution Due Tue 9/18/2012 1. Consider the complex numbers z 1 = 4 5j and z 2 = 2 + 7j (a) Plot both numbers on the complex plane. (b) Evaluate |zi | and zi for both values of i (i = 1, 2). 2 (c) Express each of z1 + 3z2 , z1 + 2
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ENEE222: HW Assignment #3 Due Tue 10/2/2012 1. Show that any matrix of the form r s s r (r, s R) represents a counterclockwise rotation on the plane, preceded or followed by scaling (the scaling factor being nonnegative). Express the angle of rotation and
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hw3solution Problem 1 _ A counteclockwise rotation by q = theta on the plane is a linear transformation with matrix [cos(q) -sin(q) ; sin(q) cos(q)] If a = sqrt(r^2 + s^2), then a*[r/a -s/a ; s/a r/a] = [r -s ; s r] is rotation matrix scaled by a, i.e., i
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hw2solution Problem 1 _ (a) The aliases of f0 = 420 Hz with respect to fs = 600 samples/sec are at (all frequencies in Hz): f = 420 + k*600, k = 0,1,.; i.e., 420, 1020, 1620, 2220, 2820,. and f = -420 + k*600, k = 1,2,.; i.e., 180, 780, 1380, 1980, 2580,.
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ENEE222 Homework #7 solution Problem 1 _ s = [ a b c d e f g h ].' (a) s1 = s - F^4*s = [a b c d e f g h].' - [a -b c -d e -f g -h].' = [0 2*b 0 2*d 0 2*f 0 2*h].' s2 = F^2*s + F^(-2)*s = 2*Real(F^2)*s Thus for every n, s2[n] = 2*cos(w*n)*s[n] where w = p
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ENEE222: HW Assignment #9 WILL NOT BE GRADED 1. Consider the FIR lter with input-output relationship n Z. y [n] = x[n] + 3x[n 1] + 3x[n 3] + x[n 4] , (Note the missing, i.e., zero, coefcient.) (a) The lter above is connected in series (cascade) with a lte
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hw11 Problem 1 _ (a) Since it is a LTI system, the impulse response is simply h[n] = (-1/12)*delta[n] + (2/3)*delta[n-1] - (2/3)*delta[n-3] + (1/12)*delta[n-4] (b) If x[n] = 1 for all n, then y[n] = - =1/12 + 2/3 - 2/3 + 1/12 = 0 If x[n] = (-1)^n for all
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Problem 1 _ (a) H1(z) = 1 + 3*z^(-1) + 3*z^(-3) + z^(-4) H2(z) = 1 - 2*z^(-1) + z^(-2) System function of the cascade is H(z) = H1(z)*H2(z) = 1 + z^(-1) - 5*z^(-2) + 6*z^(-3) - 5*z^(-4) + z^(-5) + z^(-6) (b) Input-output relationship of the cascade: y[n]
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ENEE222: HW Assignment #8 Due Tue 11/20/2012 1. Consider an LTI system with by the following input-output relationship: y [n] = 2 2 1 1 x[n] + x[n 1] x[n 3] + x[n 4] , 12 3 3 12 nZ (a) Find the impulse response of the system. (b) Show that the input sequ
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ENEE222 Homework #5 solution Problem 1 _ Note: ' denotes conjugate transpose (Hermitian) .' denotes (plain) transpose (a) V = [ v1 v2 v3 v4 ] v1'*v2 = a + j*b + 2 - j + 6 + j*3 + 3*a - j*3*b = (4*a + 8) + j*(2 - 2*b) Setting this equal to zero, we obtain
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ENEE222: HW Assignment #5 Due Tue 10/23/2012 1. (Solve by hand without using your calculator. Show all intermediate steps.) Consider the complex-valued matrix V= v(1) v(2) v(3) v(4) = 1 a + jb 3 2+j 2+j 1 a + jb 3 3 2+j 1 a + jb a + jb 3 2+j 1 (a) Show th
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ENEE222: HW Assignment #2 Due Tue 9/25/2012 1. Answer the following questions. (a) Consider the frequency f0 = 420 Hz and the sampling rate fs = 600 samples/sec. List all the aliases of f0 with respect to fs in the frequency range 0.0 to 3.0 kHz. (b) If w
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ENEE222: HW Assignment #6 Due Tue 10/30/2012 1. The real-valued signal vector s has DFT S= 5 z1 z2 z3 z4 8 4+j 3j 2 3j 1 T (a) What are the values of z1 , z2 , z3 and z4 ? (b) Without using complex algebra (or MATLAB), determine the value of s[0] + s[2] +
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Homework #6 ENEE 303 Fall 2013 Horiuchi For all problems in this homework, use the following transistor parameters: Vdd For the nFET: kn ' 57 A / V 2 , Vt _ n 0.7V , n 0.01 , (W / L)n 1 200A For the pFET: k p ' 20 A / V 2 , Vt _ p 0.9V , p 0
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Vdd Problem 1 The super source follower (output resistance) In this problem, ignore the Early effect. 1a) (1 pt) What is the highest voltage to which we can raise VIN and keep M1 in saturation? Assume that R is a large resistance comparable to ro 1b)
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Homework #8 (Horiuchi) Fall 2013 Solution Sheet Vdd Due: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 (in class) M2 3*IB V2 Problem #1 folded cascode (3 pts) In the circuit on the right, V1, V2, and V3 are all fixed DC M3 voltages. M2 provides the DC current (3*IB)
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Homework #7 ENEE 303 (F2013) Problem 1 Input resistance Commondrain amplifier 1 1 v v v Rin a ia a a va R1 R2 ia R1 R2 va ro2 R1 Rin gmb2vbs2 gm2vgs2 va 1 R1 | R2 1 1 ia R1 R2 R2 vb vgs2 ro1 RL Commonsource amplifier Rin va v vb v v v ia
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Homework #11 ENEE 303 SOLUTIONS (Horiuchi F2013) Due: Friday, December 13th, 2013 (3 pm under my office door AVW 2231; no late policy) Vout =10V 10V Problem 1) (4 pts) DC Biasing Darlington Pair In the circuit on the right, if both transistors are
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HW #1 solutions sheet Horiuchi (1) Note that the wire in the center can have current running through it, but it will be all at the same potential. Lets call the potential on this node, Vx. In this problem, the circuit can be collapsed into two series resi
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Homework #4 DC Biasing of nFETs ENEE303 (Horiuchi) Due Date: Tuesday, October 8, 2013 (in class) Problem 1 (2 pts) inverting amplifier 1a) (1.5 pt) In the nFET circuit on the right, if we want to pull V2 down to the edge of saturation, what gate
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SOLUTION SET HW#3 ENEE 303 Horiuchi Problem #1 (4.5 pts total) each section 1.5 pts each. Assuming Vdd > 1.4V, where the diode threshold voltage is 0.7V, 1a) Write expressions for the two currents I1 and I2. Because R3 is pulling up on D1, th
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Homework #2 Solutions ENEE 303 (Horiuchi Fall 2013) Problem #1 (1 pt) In class, we introduced the intrinsic silicon carrier concentration ni, which describes the concentration of broken bonds (i.e., the concentration of mobile electrons and holes)
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ENEE 303 Homework #10 Solution Set 1) 1 pts In the circuit on the right, a current I flows into the transistor. If we know Is, for the transistor, give the formula describing the voltage V in terms of I. Assume that the transistor is in the forward a
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Home Work 2 1. Consider a pn junction diode biased at I D = 1 mA. A sinusoidal voltage is superimposed on V D such that the peak-to-peak sinusoidal current is 0.05I D . Find the value of the applied peak-topeak sinusoidal voltage if n = 1.5. Repeat the pr
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
LABORATORY 2 - Synchronous and Asynchronous Counters Lab Goals The main purpose of this lab is to introduce the basic laboratory procedures necessary to evaluate simple digital circuits: how to convert logic diagrams into circuit diagrams, how to use b
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Course: Electric Machines
Scott R. Smith ENEE473 Lab 5: Three-Phase Induction Machine Equivalent Circuit Model March 9, 2007 Purpose: This experiment will allow me to determine the equivalent circuit model parameters for the three-phase induction machine. The equivalent circ
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Laboratory1:Introduction 1.1 Objectives The objectives of this laboratory are: To become familiar with the Agilent InfiniiVision 2000 X series oscilloscope and its built-in function generation DVM, with which you will learn to acquire, save, and manipulat
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Laboratory 5: Half Adder and Full Adder 5.1 Objectives The objectives of this laboratory are: To become familiar with the Xilinx Foundation Series Tools for the design of logic circuits. To understand and use Verilog HDL for the design of simple combina
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Laboratory 4: Latches and Flip-Flops 4.1 Objectives The objectives of this laboratory are: To design various latch and flip-flop circuits To test various latch and design circuits To measure the non-ideal properties of your circuits and compare the perfor
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Laboratory 3: Switching Circuits and Digital Logic Analyzers Objectives 3.1 The objectives of this laboratory are: To design a minimal switching circuit To test the switching circuit with all possible input combinations To identify glitches and measure ti
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Laboratory 2: Synchronous and Asynchronous Counters 2.1 Objectives The objectives of this laboratory are: To introduce the basic laboratory procedures necessary to evaluate simple digital circuits. To implement small counter circuits using simple ICs. The
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
ENEE 245 Digital Circuits and Systems Laboratory Instructor: Manoj Franklin E-mail: manoj@eng.umd.edu Phone: 301-405-6712 Office: 1317 A.V. Williams Building Office Hours: TBA Online: https:/elms.umd.edu In this course you will learn how to design, simula
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 12 (due 04/24/13) _ (15 pts.) The surface shown in surfplot12.pdf is "physically" generated in three steps: - A flat sheet is tilted above the horizontal square S = cfw_(x,y): -1.5<=x<=1.5 , -1.5<=y<=1.5 so that its height above S va
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 11 (due 04/17/13) _ (20 pts.) The signal in the file DIALTONES11.WAV is a sequence of eight DTMF tones obtained using a nonstandard set of frequencies (in Hz): Frow = [622 715 823 946] Fcol = [1183 1360 1565] The signal vector x was ge
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 13 (due 05/08/13) _ (20 pts.) The signal in the file NOISY_CLIP_HW.WAV is a music clip corrupted with noise. The objective of this assignment is to denoise it. i) Use WAVREAD to import the noisy audio signal as vector x. What is the sampli
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 10 (due 04/10/13) _ (20 pts.) The signal in the file AUDIO10.wav consists of N samples of a signal y, which is a modulated version of a bandlimited audio signal x: y[n] = x[n]*cos(w*n), n = 0:N-1 Here, w = K*(2*pi/N) for some K. The obj
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 9 (due 04/03/13) _ The 512x512 floating-point matrix HIDDENMSG contains a faint message (very dark grey on a black background) obscured by additive noise. Message and noise are orthogonal to each other; specifically, - noise has zero pro
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 7 (due 03/13/13) _ (Total Points: 15) Consider the function s(t) defined for t in [0,4) by cfw_ e^(t-1) , for t in [0,1) s(t) = cfw_ (t-2)^2 , for t in [1,3) cfw_ e^(3-t) , for t in [3,4) (i) Generate a column vector s consisting of 512
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 8 (due 03/27/13) _ (Total Points: 15) In Lab 8, item 7, we wrote the function COMPRESS1 which finds the M absolutely largest entries of a real or complex vector X, nulls out the remaining entries, and also computes the energy (square
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 6 (due 03/06/13) _ (Total Points: 15) Submit EITHER Part 1 OR Part 2 _ Part 1 _ TASK 1.1 - Launch MATLAB and open the figure triangles.fig - As in item 5 in Lab 5, generate a square X-Y grid using m = 200 ; a = -1 : 1/m : 1 ; (note th
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 3 (due 02/13/13) _ A linear filter acts on a real-valued input sequence u[n] to produce an output sequence v[n], where n is an integer representing discrete time. At time n, the output sample is given by v[n] = 0.5*v[n-1] - 0.4*v[n-2] +
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 4 (due 02/20/13) _ DATA: The vector chirp04 contains a sinusoid of unit amplitude generated by chirp04 = cos(2*pi*v) ; where the angle 2*pi*v is a NONLINEAR function of the sample index. As a result, the signal frequency varies with time.
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Course: Elements Of Discrete Signal Analysis
LAB ASSIGNMENT 2 (due 020613) _ In Lab 2, you learned various plotting techniques and created an exponentially faded version of a given sinusoidal signal. In this assignment, you will use the so-called Hamming window to obain a modified sinusoid with sy
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Ramatou Cisse ENEE473 Lab Experiment #10 Synchronous Motor Prof: Patrick Date: April 24, 2013 Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to be familiar with the synchronous machine used to operate as a synchronous motor. The students will be asked to obtain its
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Ramatou Cisse ENEE473 Lab Experiment #9 SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR (ISOLATED OPERATION) Prof: Patrick Date: April 19, 2013 Purpose The purpose of this lab is to be familiar with the three-phase synchronous machine rated at approximately 1kw and connected has a
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Ramatou Cisse ENEE473 Lab Experiment #9 SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR (ISOLATED OPERATION) Prof: Patrick Date: April 19, 2013 Purpose The purpose of this lab is to be familiar with the three-phase synchronous machine rated at approximately 1kw and connected has a
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Ramatou Cisse ENEE473 Lab Experiment #7 and #8 Single-Phase Induction Motor Using three-phase Inductor Machine Prof: Patrick McAvoy Date: April 12, 2013 Purpose: The purpose of these two labs is to have a better understanding of single-phase IM. First, st
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Ramatou Cisse ENEE473 Lab Experiment #6 Three-Phase Induction Motor Prof: Patrick Date: March 25, 2013 Purpose The purpose of this experiment is to perform measurements and understand the mechanical characteristics of a three-phase induction motor looking
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Ramatou Cisse ENEE473 Lab Experiment #5 Three-Phase Induction Motor Prof: Patrick Date: March 15, 2013 Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to be familiar with the DC dynamometer (DCD) which has various functions: mechanical load or rotor, or used for torq
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Ramatou Cisse ENEE473 Lab Experiment #5 Three-Phase Induction Motor Prof: Patrick Date: March 15, 2013 Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to be familiar with the DC dynamometer (DCD) which has various functions: mechanical load or rotor, or used for torq
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Purpose The purpose of this experiment is to introduces a three-phase synchronous machine (SM) rated at approximately 1kW that has a Y-connected stator and a phase voltage of 120V , determine the synchronous reactance Xs of its per-phase equivalent circui
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Purpose This experiment will perform measurements on a single-phase induction motor (IM) with a power rating of 750W. Lab equipment The wattmeter to measure the power Induction machine (IM) An ammeter to measure the electric current in a circuit. Voltmete
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Purpose The purpose of this experiment is to perform measurements on a three phase induction motor using a single phase. Lab equipments The wattmeter to measure the power Induction machine (IM) An ammeter to measure the electric current in a circuit. Volt
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Purpose The purpose of this experiment is to perform measurements and understand the mechanical characteristics of a three-phase induction motor looking at three regimes of operation: motor, brake, and asynchronous generator. Lab equipments The wattmeter
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
Lab redo after TA COMMENTs 1) %motor regime clc f=60; R=50.9; nsyn=1800; n=[1794,1790,1790,1772,1779,1771,1761,1743,1736,1720,1701,1681,1657,161 2]; %SLIP s=(nsyn-n)./nsyn; %Power Factor Pwa=[-13,-6,8,28,60,101,139,195,217,244,271,280,280,270]; Pwc=[119,1
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Course: Electrical Machines Laboratory
CODE LAB 6 1) %motor regime clc f=60; R=50.9; nsyn=1800; n=[1794,1790,1790,1772,1779,1771,1761,1743,1736,1720,1701,1681,1657,161 2]; %SLIP s=(nsyn-n)./nsyn; %Power Factor Pwa=[-13,-6,8,28,60,101,139,195,217,244,271,280,280,270]; Pwc=[119,122,143,167,208,2
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Name Ramatou Cisse Section 0101 Lab Experiment # Four Response of Simple Transistor Circuits Professor Agis IliadiS Date April 4, 2011 Introduction: In this lab, the goal is to expand on the concepts learned in lab 2 by not only considering the amplifier
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Name Ramatou Cisse Section 0101 Lab Experiment # Six WIRELESS COMMUNICATION Professor Agis Iliadis Date May 2, 2011 Introduction: In this lab, the goal is to design and build a basic wireless communicator receiver given certain specifications. The input s
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Name Ramatou Cisse Section 0101 Lab Experiment #5: DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIERS AND OP-AMP CIRCUITS Professor Agis Iliadis Date April 12, 2011 Introduction: III. Analysis, Design, and Practical Realization: This lab can be organized into two sections. Differen
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Name Ramatou Cisse Section 0101 Lab Experiment # Three Compact Disk Hi Fi Audio System Professor Agis Iliadis Date March 12, 03 2011 Introduction The goal is to build a compact disk hi fi audio system by putting together the concepts applied in the previo
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Introduction: The purpose of this lab is to make simple amplifiers from NPN BJT by examining the DC characteristics of a BJT and investigating how changing the DC condition gives rise to amplification. Analysis, Design, and Practical realization Part I: D
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Introduction: In this lab, the goal is to design and build a basic wireless communicator transmitter to complement the receiver designed and built in lab 6. The output signal from the transmitter will serve as the input signal for the receiver. In the tra
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
February 14th , 2011 Cisse, Ramatou ENEE307/0101 LABORATORY 1: EQUIPMENT AND MEASUREMENTS Lab Station: E Lab Instructor: Agis Iliadis Introduction The purpose of this lab is to design, build and test a non-inverting and inverting op-amp amplifiers with a
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
February 28th , 2011 Cisse, Ramatou ENEE307/0101 LABORATORY 2: SIMPLE TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIERS Lab Station: E Lab Instructor: Agis Iliadis Introduction: The purpose of this lab is to make simple amplifiers from NPN BJT by examining the DC characteristics of
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Name Mewael Yebassew Section 0108 Lab Experiment # Three Compact Disk Hi Fi Audio System Professor Agis Iliadis Date April, 04 2010 Introduction The main goal of this lab is to make a high quality audio amplifier for a compact disc player by taking a smal
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Name Mewael Yebassew Section 0108 Lab Experiment # Two Simple Transistor Amplifiers Professor Agis Iliadis Date March, 12 2010 Introduction The purpose of this lab is to make simple amplifiers from NPN BJT by examining the DC characteristics of a BJT and
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Name Mewael Yebassew Section 0108 Lab Experiment # Two Simple Transistor Amplifiers Professor Agis Iliadis Date March, 12 2010 Introduction The purpose of this lab is to make simple amplifiers from NPN BJT by examining the DC characteristics of a BJT and
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Name Mewael Yebasssew ENEE 307 Section 0108 02/26/10 Lab Report #0 Introduction The objective of this experiment was to familiarize the students with the lab equipments; lab's meter, oscilloscopes, power supplies, signal generators, and learn how to captu
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Introduction The objective of this lab is to examine the effect of frequency on circuit performances. Analysis, Design and Practical Realization Low frequency response of CE amplifier experiment First we designed a CE amplifier circuit with mid band gain
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Introduction The objective of this experiment was to familiarize the students with the lab equipments; lab's meter, oscilloscopes, power supplies, signal generators, and learn how to capture data for later use. Test and measurement results In this lab we
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Introduction The objective of this lab is to design, build and test a non-inverting and inverting op-amp amplifiers with a given voltage gain. After the experiment we will be able to build amplifiers and be able to understand the effect of changing the ch
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Course: Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory
Name Mewael Yebassew Section 0108 Lab Experiment # One Operational Amplifiers Professor Agis Iliadis Date March, 7 2010 Introduction The objective of this lab is to design, build and test a non-inverting and inverting op-amp amplifiers with a given voltag
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Course: Introduction To Programming Concepts For Engineers
EE140 Lab 11 1.What are the differences and connections between a string and a charater? A string is a special type of character. In fact, a string is an array of character type elements. Character can hold only one character, but string can hold a series
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Course: Introduction To Programming Concepts For Engineers
EE140 Lab 9 Q1: a. b. c. d. e. f. int x[2][5]; 2 rows and 5 columns 10 elements x[1][0] x[1][1] x[1][2] x[1][3] x[1][4] x[0][2] x[1][2] x[1][2]=0; Q2: #include<stdio.h> void display(int ary[][100],int row,int column) cfw_ int i,j; for(i=0;i<row;i+) cfw_ f
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Course: Introduction To Programming Concepts For Engineers
Lab#6 EE140 /-/Lab#6 Question#1 /A program that ask users for velocity and angle. The program calculate /time, distance, and height using functions and display the results /on the screen. /-#include<stdio.h> #include<math.h> double const pi=3.1415926,g=9.
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Course: Introduction To Programming Concepts For Engineers
EE140 Lab4 2) #include<stdio.h> int main(void) cfw_ int a,b; printf("Enter two integers: "); scanf("00",&a,&b); if(a>b) printf("0 is larger than 0\n",a,b); else if (a=b) printf("Two numbers are equal.\n"); else printf("0 is larger than 0\n",b,a); return 0
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
LAB REPORT 8 LABORATORY/TEAM INFORMATION Authors: Iniese Umah, Tim Beecher Course & Section: ENEE245 Section 0103 Laboratory Number: 8 Date: 10/24/12 Procedure: Lab Procedure: Part 1: First we generated Verilog code for the 4 bit ripple and carry look ahe
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
LAB REPORT 4 LABORATORY/TEAM INFORMATION Authors: Iniese Umah, Ihekweme, Howells Course and Section: ENEE245 Section 0103 Laboratory Number: 4 Lab-Title: Latches and Flip-Flops Date: 9/26/12 Bench: A OBJECTIVES The objectives of this laboratory are: To de
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
LAB REPORT 3 LABORATORY/TEAM INFORMATION Authors: Iniese Umah, Connor Bruso Course and Section: ENEE245 Section 0103 Laboratory Number: 3 Lab-Title: Switching Circuits and Digital Logic Analyzers Date: 9/12/12 Bench: A OBJECTIVES To design a minimal switc
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
LAB REPORT 2 LABORATORY/TEAM INFORMATION Authors: Sam Alqasem (111137152) and Iniese Umah Course and Section: ENEE245 Section 0103 Laboratory Number: 2 Laboratory Title: Asynchronous and Synchronous Counters Date: 9/12/12 Bench: F OBJECTIVES To introduce
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Course: Digital Circuits And Systems Laboratory
Iniese Umah Alex Kim ENEE 245 Lab 11 Laboratory 11: Vending Machine Controller Objective Design a vending machine controller circuit that accepts coins and product selections as inputs, and supplies requested product and cash balance. Display the cash bal
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LABORATORY 12 Rectifier Circuits A. Lab Goals In this lab you will learn about the operation of diodes, and characterize half-wave and fullwave rectifier circuits both with and without filtering. You will also learn about zener diodes and design, construc
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LABORATORY 11 Transient Response in 1st And 2nd Order Circuits A. Lab Goals In this lab you will design, construct, and test a number of circuits with one or two en ergy-storing elements. The goal of the lab is to characterize and understand the transient
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LABORATORY 10 Active Filter Designs A. Lab Goals For this lab you will design, scale, construct, and test active filter circuits. You will compare the frequency performance of two different filters. B. Background Reading Read sections 9.3-9.7 in (M/L) on
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ENEE 303: Analog and Digital Electronics Course Outline, Spring 2013 Instructor: Alireza Khaligh Office: 2347 A.V. Williams; Tel: 301-405-8985; EML: khaligh@ece.umd.edu; URL: http:/www.ece.umd.edu/~akhaligh Grading: Homework Mid-Term Exam 1 Mid-Term Exam
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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742-3285 Glenn L. Martin Institute of Technology A. James Clark School of Engineering Fall 2010 Dr. Charles B. Silio, Jr. Telephone 301-405-3668 Fax 301-314-9281 sil
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ENEE244: Digital Logic Design Fall, 2011 Lecture Times: Monday & Wednesday 11:30 am - 12:15 pm Classroom: Room 1102, Martin Hall (EGR 1102) Instructor/Office: Professor Kazuo Nakajima/Room 2345, A. V. Williams Bldg. Contact Information: By phone 301-405-3
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ENEE244: Digital Logic Design Fall 2012 Course Syllabus Lecture: M,W 3:00-4:45pm, EGR 0108 Sections 0101-0103 Instructor: Joseph JaJa, 3433 A.V. Williams Bldg; 301-405-1925, josephj@umd.edu Course Objectives: Students are supposed to learn the basic techn
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ENEE 646: Digital Computer Design Fall 2004 Handout #1 Course Information and Policy Room: CHE 2108 TTh 2:00p.m. - 3:15p.m. http:/www.ece.umd.edu/class/enee646 Donald Yeung 1327 A. V. Williams (301) 405-3649 yeung@eng.umd.edu http:/www.ece.umd.edu
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ENEE 322: Signal and System Theory Course Information Fall 2002 General Information Course Information: Title: Lecture: Recitation: ENEE 322: Signal and System Theory TuTh 12:30 1:45, PLS 1140 Section 0301 Fri 1:00 - 1:50 EGR 1104 Section 0302 Mon
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ENEE324: Engineering Probability Course Syllabus Spring 2009 Instructor: Joseph JaJa http:/www.umiacs.umd.edu/~joseph/classes/enee324/index.htm Course Objectives: Axioms of probability; conditional probability and Bayes' rule; random variables, pro
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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742-3285 Glenn L. Martin Institute of Technology A. James Clark School of Engineering Dr. Charles B. Silio, Jr. Telephone 301-405-3668 Fax 301-314-9281 sil
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Course: Computer Organization
ENEE 350H- Computer Organization Fall 2003 Welcome to the class homepage for ENEE350H for fall 2003. Please look at this site frequently for the latest course information, homeworks and announcements. Information: Course Information Outline of topics