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Name SID # EEM16/CSM51A (Fall 2017) Logic Design of Digital Systems Prof. Ankur Mehta : [email protected] Design lab 1 Assigned Monday Oct. 16, 2017 (draft) due 4pm Monday Oct. 30, 2017 Instructions This lab is to be done individually. You may consult with others to share thoughts and ideas, but all of your submitted work must be yours alone. Be sure to indicate with whom you’ve collaborated and in what manner. You may use any tools or refer to published papers, books, or course notes. You’re allowed to make use of online tools such as Logisim, WolframAlpha, etc., provided you properly cite them in the space below. Submission procedure (coming soon) Collaborators Identify with whom you’ve collaborated and in what manner, if any. Online resources Identify which online tools you’ve used, if any. 1
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0 Morse decoding using a neural network 0.1 Overview Our design labs will revolve around creating a system to decode an input Morse code bitstream into an alphabetic character display. The key element in this system will be a feedforward neural network with 4 input nodes representing the Morse pulse widths, 4 hidden nodes, and 26 output nodes representing the likelihoods of each character. A schematic of the system is shown in Fig. 1.
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