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Electrical Engineering 145M - Spring 2000 - Derenzo - Midterm 2

Electrical Engineering 145M - Spring 2000 - Derenzo - Midterm 2

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Name (Last, First) EECS145M 2000 Midterm #2 Page 1 Derenzo UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA College of Engineering Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Department EECS 145M: Microcomputer Interfacing Laboratory Spring Midterm #2 Monday, April 17, 2000 Closed book (equation sheet handed out with this midterm) Calculators OK You must show your work to get full credit Problem 1 (20 points) In this course we studied several types of A/D converters: Tracking Successive Approximation Dual Slope or Integrating Flash 1a. (5 points) Which is the best A/D converter for very high rates (> 100 MHz) at moderate resolution (10 bits)? 1b. (5 points) Which is the best A/D converter for high resolution (16 bits) at moderate rates (<500 kHz)? 1c. (5 points) Which has the best differential linearity and an accuracy that does not depend on the accuracy of internal resistors? 1d. (5 points) Which requires a sample-and-hold amplifier for full accuracy at its maximum conversion rate?
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Name (Last, First) EECS145M 2000 Midterm #2 Page 2 Derenzo PROBLEM 2 (35 points) An arbitrary waveform h ( t ) is periodic with period P
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