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# me104_quiz7 - C oscillate with a period of 1.50...

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ME 104 Lab #7 Quiz Name: Fall 2002 CIRCLE THE CORRECT RESPONSE TO EACH QUESTION.   1) According to Transistor-Transistor Logic (TTL),       which of the following voltages would      not       be considered either “logic low” or “logic high”? A. 0 V. B. 0.1 V. C. 2 V. D. 5 V. 2) T    he      Slotted Disc      on the DC Motor module can be used to obtain       A. one low pulse per 360 degrees of shaft rotation. B. one high pulse per 360 degrees of shaft rotation. C. 4 low pulses per 360 degrees of shaft rotation. D. 16 high pulses per 40 degrees of shaft rotation. 3) While driving the DC motor using pulse width modulation (P.W.M.),          pulse duration      (pulse       width) of 1.50 milliseconds will make the DC motor         A. rotate clockwise at a rate of 1 rotation per 1.50 milliseconds. B. rotate counter-clockwise at a rate of 1 rotation per 1.50 milliseconds.

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Unformatted text preview: C. oscillate with a period of 1.50 milliseconds D. stop rotating and remain stationary. 4) The Gray-Code Disc on the DC motor module has a resolution of A. 4 bits per 40 degrees of shaft rotation. B. 4 bits per 360 degrees of shaft rotation. . C. 8 bits per 80 degrees of shaft rotation. D. 4 bits per radian of shaft rotation. 5) The block diagram shown on the right can be used to A. read an external voltage using Analog Voltage Channel 0 and convert it to a decimal number. B. read an external TTL voltage using Digital Port 0 and convert it to a decimal number. C. generate a TTL voltage using Digital Port 0 and display it as a decimal number. D. read an analog decimal voltage using Digital Port 0 and convert it to a gray-code....
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