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Lab Assignments ECE 5497 – Spring 2004 Lab 1: Do Experiments 1A – 1D in the textbook. An updated, more accurate version of the experiments is found on the course web site. There is no work to be turned in, but when you have completed all four of the experiments, you must demonstrate them to the TA. Lab 2: Do Experiments 2A – 2B in the textbook. When you have completed both experiments, you will demonstrate them to the TA. You must then turn in your Experiment2 directory for grading. Follow the guidelines posted on the course web site for turning in work. Lab 3 : Do Experiments 3A, 3C, 3E in the textbook. 3A: Should be straightforward. 3C: Note in Figure 3.21 the locations for the break points. Those are the same locations for probe
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Unformatted text preview: points to the graphical display. Read the code carefully so that you understand how to set up the display (buffer sizes, what to expect). 3E: Insert a probe point to store the contents of the table of results into a file named results.dat. Are the results correct? When you have completed the experiments, you will demonstrate them to the TA. Be prepared to answer questions about how the programs work. You must then turn in your Experiment3 directory for grading. Follow the guidelines posted on the course web site for turning in work. Lab 4: The Lab4 folder contains the Word document describing this assignment, along with a .zip file containing the Code Compose Studio files that are the starting point for this lab....
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