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University of California, Santa Barbara Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering ECE 147b: Digital Control Winter 2006 Midterm Exam 12.30 to 1.45pm, 14th February, 2006 3361 Engineering II You have 75 minutes to do this exam. No notes, books, or discussion with anyone else is allowed. No calculators are allowed. Do not ask any questions of the person proctoring the exam. There 2 questions, each with 4 parts. Each part carries equal weight. They are of varying difficulty and the hardest parts are not necessarily last. It is up to you to make your answer clear to me. I need to be able to easily see the logic leading to your answer. If you do not understand the question, reformulate it in a way that makes sense to you. Use it as a good excuse to demonstrate some understanding in the general area of the question. The next three pages contain some of the design rules and formulae that you may need. If you finish within 15 minutes of the end; please remain seated. The others will appreciate not being disturbed by you leaving as they are trying to finish their exams.
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