EEGR 211 -Quiz 1 (Chapters 1 and 2)
Drs. Ladeji-Osias (AM/PM) and Dr. Sissinto (PM)
Allotted Time is 15 minutes. Attempt all questions to be eligible for partial credits. No electronic devices
should be used during the exam calculators, cell phones, watch
Name
EEGR 211 - Quiz 4 PM
May 3, 2016
1. Complete the following characteristic table and timing diagram for a rising-edge
triggered D ip-flop with asynchronous clear. Assume the initial state for Q is 0.
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2. Using D flip-flops, design a t
EEGR 211 Quiz 1 (Chapters 1 and 2)
Drs. LadejiOsias (AM/PM) and Dr. Sissinto (PM)
Allotted Time is 15 minutes. Attempt all questions to be eligible for partial credits. No electronic devices
should be used during the exam calculators, cell phones, watches
Name
EEGR 211 - Quiz 4
May 3, 2015
1. Draw the characteristic table for the D-fiip-flop and Complete the following timing
diagram for a rising-edge triggered D flip-flop.
2. Using D flip-flops, design a two-bit counter which counts the sequence 00,
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EEGR 211
Digital Logic
Final Examination
May 19, 2015
1. i) Perform the following conversions
a. A4E.4C16 = ?2 =?8
b. 330.710 = ?16 (2 decimal places)
ii) Simplify the following function, obtain a SOP expression, and
show all possible solutions:
F(
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Lab 1
"I have read the Morgan State University academic honesty integrity
policy and the definitions of academic dishonesty in the policy, and I
have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this assignment. I
have completed this assignment in full
EEGR 390 Principles of Design
Spring 2012
Mrs. LaDawn Partlow
Brittney Alexander
Travis Tangham
Tanoni Williams
Ashley Williams
LAB 4
LIGHT SENSOR CAR
MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Table of Contents:
Objective.P
Brittney Alexander
30 November 2015
EEGR 453: Communications Theory
Project
Generating Hamming Code using Matlab
Introduction
In the course we have learned what channel and hamming code is and what its purpose is.
Channel coding is transforming signals to
Electromagnetic Theory and Application
EEGR 305
DR.SCOTT
Power Monitoring Project:
SOLAR POWERED RC CAR
AUTHORS:
Chiffon Watkins
Chukwuemeka Nwaopara
Najeeb Sanzar
FALL 2011
INTRODUCTION
In todays society the demand for vehicles
that are not run on fuel i
Applications of Electromagnetics : EEGR 305.001
Author:
Chiffon Watkins (chwat8@morgan.edu),
Due Date: 09/26/2011
Electric Field
Instructor: Dr. Craig Scott
ASSIGNMET
For the figure shown below the line charge (red dot) is along the x axis and infinite wi
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Brittney Alexander
00065131
22 November 2011
Signals and Systems EEGR 221
Project 2
INTRODUCTION
Signals and systems is a course which allows students to learn the fundamental theories
and pr
Brittney Alexander
2 December 2012
EEGR 390
Final Study Guide
Final Exam Topics
1) Operational Amplifiers
-Inverting Amplifier
-Summing Amplifier
-Difference Amplifier
*Possible questions: definitions, output voltage and gain equations, current flow, feed
EEGR 215 Materials & Devices
Lab 2
Instructor: Dr Juan White Due
Date: October 3, 2016
With the help of a computer and a commercial software package such as Matlab to solve the
following problems:
1. Write a Matlab program to confirm that the ni versus T
Review Questions
3.7. What is the relationship between a signals spectrum and its
bandwidth?
-Answer: The relationship between a signals spectrum
and its bandwidth involves the spectrum of a signal which is the
range of frequencies that it contains while
(2.1)
The guest, the host, the pizza Cook, and the order clerk are the source. They are the ones who generate
the data to be transmitted. The guests and the host are the people who with the enquiry relating to the
ordering of the pizza. The phone and the
Jasmine Oliver
Homework 3
Chapters 5 and 6
Data and Communications
5.3.ExplainthedifferencebetweenNRZLandNRZI.
Answer:ThedifferencebetweenaNRZLandMRZIareasfollows.TheNRZLis
typicallythecodeusedtogenerateorinterpretdigitaldatabyterminalsandotherdevices.In
Jasmine Oliver
EEGR 410.W01
March 12, 2016
Homework #5
Problems: 8.6, 8.12, 8.13, 8.15, 8.16, 8.18, 8.19
8.6) Explain in terms of data link control and physical layer concepts how error and flow control
are accomplished in synchronous time division multip
EEGR 409: C Programming Applications
Assignment 3
The current-voltage characteristic or I-V curve is a relationship, typically represented as a chart or
graph, between the electric current through a circuit, device, or material, and the corresponding
volt
EEGR 221.001
MATLAB Project 1
MATLAB PROJECT 1
1
Introduction
In This Project we were introduced to plotting basic signals
and system properties in a programming language called
MATLAB. MATLAB (matrix laboratory) is a programming language
which allows mat
Morgan State University
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
EEGR 409: C Programming Applications
Project 1
Objective:
The objective of this project is to create an application that simulates the capabilities of a function
generator. For the mo
EEGR 409: Java Programming Applications
Assignment 3
The current-voltage characteristic or I-V curve is a relationship, typically represented as a
chart or graph, between the electric current through a circuit, device, or material, and the
corresponding v
EEGR 409
Assignment 2
Problem: Use linear interpolation to compute a new freezing temperature for water
with a specified salinity. The user is asked to enter a desired salinity; your code
uses the look up table on the previous page to find