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Unformatted text preview: 1/28/12 S llabus Reading Assignments Page contents: M eeting Times and Locations Teaching Assistants and Support Summar Course I nformation Ph sics 335 Ph sics 335, Spr ing Quar ter 2011 Electr ic Cir cuits Labor ator II Digital Electr onics, M icr opr ocessor s and M icr ocontr oller s Instructor: Prof. Leslie J Rosenberg Email: ljrosenberg@ph s.washington.edu Office: Ph sics and Astronom Building C503 Office Hours: Thursda s 10:30- 11:20am Telephone: (206) 221- 5856 Cour se Announcements Mar 29 1:10 pm: Datasheets Comment on Lab enrollment: Some of the lab times ma be full. If ou'd like to enroll in one of the full labs, please show up at the beginning of that lab (week of 4- 8 April). You'll fill out a form that let's us know ou'd like to enroll. If there's room, we'll seat ou then. If not, we'll put ou on a wait list. It's likel , but not certain, that b the 3rd week of class, enough spaces will open to accomodate ever one. M eeting T imes and Locations Le cture : Ph sics Astronom Building - Awing - - Room A110 Tuesda s & Thursda s - 9:30- 10:20 am Lab Se ctions : Ph sics Astronom Building - Bwing - Room B280 Section AA - Wednesda s 1:30 pm - 4:20 pm (TA: Ben Krueger) Section AB - Thursda s 1:30 pm - 4:20 pm (TA: Brent Graner) Section AC - Tuesda s 1:30 - 4:20 pm (TA: Ben Krueger) *** NOTE: Lab Se ctions be gin the s e cond e e k of the quarte r -- We e k of April 48th *** T eaching Assistants and Suppor t TA's Ben Krueger, office B147, bkrueger@uw.edu Brent Graner, office B245, bgraner@uw.edu Support courses.washington.edu/ph s335/ 1/3 1/28/12 Ph sics 335 Ja on Alfe ne P og am Ope a ion Speciali B256B Ph ic A onom (206) 221- 2974 email alf@ . Summar Cour se Infor mation O objec i e i fo o o lea n he kind of ba ic digi al elec onic o 'll need in he labo a o . Yo 'll begin b de igning and b ilding ci c i a o nd 74- e ie TTL and CMOS logic ga e . Yo 'll hen lea n o ho o in e face ADC' and DAC' and o he pe iphe al . Yo 'll hen a emble and p og am ci c i con aining mic ocon olle . Along he a , o 'll lea n f ndamen al of comp e a chi ec e and machine- le el p og amming. Op ional Te (copie a e a ailable fo ie ing in B280): (1) Ha e and Ho o i , S den Man al f o he A of Elec onic , Cam. Uni . P e ; (2) Ho o i and Hill, The A of Elec onic , Cam. Uni . P e . We'll al o po a n mbe of hando and da a- hee on hi eb i e a he co e p og e e . Unfo na el , he e' no one good e fo hi co e. I'll le o kno in he eading li he e in he book and co e eb i e o find ma e ial fo lec e and lab. G ading: E am 25%, Home o k 15%, Lab p ac ice (a e ed b epo 40%. See he llab fo mo e g ading info ma ion. o TA) 20%, Lab Home o k: Occa ionall , home o k ill be a igned on a T e da and d e he follo ing T e da in lec e. E am: The e' one e am on Th da Ma 12. I ill co e digi al ci c i and PIC con olle p o ha poin in he co e. The e am i clo ed- book. Among o he hing , o ' e e pec ed o kno he h- able fo ba ic logic ga e and ho co n e , flip- flop and la che f nc ion. Yo ' e e pec ed o kno ho o d a a iming diag am. The e am ill incl de a mma able of PIC in c ion . Plea e ee he S llab ( ppe lef ) fo mo e info ma ion. He e' a p ac ice e am He e' ol ion o he e am He e' he e am co e di ib ion Homewor k Assignments and Solutions A ignme n Home o k 1 Home o k 1 ol ion Home o k 2 Home o k 2 ol ion courses.washington.edu/ph s335/ 2/3 1/28/12 Ph sics 335 H H H H N N H 3 3 4 4 5 6. P . 7: . Lab No e L S .T .T .T , .L , , . Y .T , , T R ,J A L 1-T L L 2-F F S L 3 - MSI L C L 4-A D C L 5-I M L 6-P L 2-C L 7-T C P . P ,D .B P H J ,P S .O V ,L . L C B - AT A - AS -P G P PB W G S en d ma il to : a lf@u La st mo d ified : Ma 1 6 , 2 0 1 1 , 1 3 :4 5 courses.washington.edu/ph s335/ 3/3 ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course PHYSICS 335 taught by Professor Leslierosenberg during the Spring '11 term at University of Washington.

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