Online study resources available anywhere, at any time
High-quality Study Documents, expert Tutors and Flashcards
Everything you need to learn more effectively and succeed
We are not endorsed by this school |
We are sorry, there are no listings for the current search parameters.
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
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
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
School: Maryland
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
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 ENEE 350 Homework S
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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. (
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
School: Maryland
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
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 ENEE 350 Homework S
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
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
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
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
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
School: Maryland
%!PS-Adobe-2.0 %Creator: dvips(k) 5.95a Copyright 2005 Radical Eye Software %Title: outlsp08.dvi %Pages: 3 %PageOrder: Ascend %BoundingBox: 0 0 595 842 %DocumentFonts: CMSS10 CMSS8 MSAM7 CMSS9 CMBX10 CMMI10 CMR10 CMSL10 %+ CMSY10 %DocumentPaperSizes:
School: Maryland
Text: Grading: 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 30