Electrical Engineering 145M - Spring 1997 - Derenzo - Final

Electrical Engineering 145M - Spring 1997 - Derenzo - Final...

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NAME (please print) STUDENT (SID) NUMBER UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA College of Engineering Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Berkeley EECS 145M: Microcomputer Interfacing Lab LAB REPORTS: 1 _________________ 2 __________________ 3 ___________________ 8 _________________ 9 __________________ 10 ___________________ 21 _________________ 22 __________________ 23 ___________________ 24 _________________ Total of top 4 Lab Grades Total of top 4 Question Sections Lab Participation Mid-Term #1 Mid-Term #2 Final Exam Total Course Grade _______________ (400 max) _______________ (100 max) _______________ (100 max) _______________ (100 max) _______________ (100 max) _______________ (200 max) _______________ (1000 max) COURSE LETTER GRADE Spring 1997 FINAL EXAM (May 23) Answer the questions on the following pages completely, but as concisely as possible. The exam is to be taken closed book . Use the reverse side of the exam sheets if you need more space. Calculators are OK but not needed. In answering the problems, you are not limited by the particular equipment you used in the laboratory exercises. Many formulae from the course have been provided for you on the last pages. Partial credit can only be given if you show your work. FINAL EXAM GRADE : 1 __________ (30 max) 2 __________ (30 max) 3 _________ (30 max) 4 __________ (60 max) 5 _________ (50 max) TOTAL __________ (200 max) Spring 1997 EECS 145M Final Exam page 1 S. Derenzo
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Initials Problem 1 (total 30 points): Briefly describe the essential differences between the following pairs of terms: 1a. (10 points) Transparent latch vs. sample and hold amplifier 1b. (10 points) Differential linearity error vs. relative accuracy error (of a D/A converter) 1c. (10 points) Frequency aliasing vs. spectral leakage. Spring 1997 EECS 145M Final Exam page 2 S. Derenzo
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Initials Problem 2 (30 points) In this course we studied several types of A/D converters: Tracking ( TR ) Successive Approximation ( SA ) Dual Slope ( DS ) Flash ( FL ) Half-flash ( HF ) Sigma-delta ( SD ) For each part below, list the correct two letter codes: 2a. (6 points) Which would provide conversion with low relative accuracy error that does not depend on resistor accuracy? 2b.
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