W09 314 HW10 Extra credit

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Unformatted text preview: decimal
and
binary
form
for
the
following
RPM
 values:
 RPM
 72%
max
reverse

 28%
max
forward
 55%
max
forward
 D
in
the
decimal
form

 D
in
the
binary
form
 
 
 
 
 
 
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simplicity
of
calculations,
neglect
the
difference
between
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 EC
Problem
3
(15
points)
 As
shown
in
lecture
notes,
a
16‐bit
address
provides
access
to
64
KB
of
memory.
 Determine
the
address
length
needed
to
access
the
memory
of
the
following
size:

 Memory
size

 Address
length
 52
MB
 442
MB
 840
GB
 
 
 
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 ©
2009
A.
Ganago

 Page
4
of
11
 Extra
credit
assignment
Due
Tuesday
April
14,
2009

 EECS

314

 Winter
2009

 Related
to
HW
set
10
 
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 EC
Problem
4
 
 
 
 Switched
capacitor
circuits

 (15
points)
 Consider
a
capacitor
whose
capacitance
 can
be
varied
from
1
to
31
units;
each
unit
 being
2.5
pF
(note
that
1
pF
=
10‐12
F).

 Calculate
the
minimal
and...
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