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School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
Lecture Note 08 Electric energy (pp. 150-154) Electric dipole (pp. 146-149) Electric field line (pp. 148)
School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 05 (Due Thursday, Feb. 20, Class Time) Electric Energy, Electric Dipole, Convection and Conduction Currents, Conductors, Polarization and Dielectric Constant (6 questions) 1. (15 pts) An electric dipole is located at origin, where the two
School: Purdue
School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
Lecture Note 08 Electric energy (pp. 150-154) Electric dipole (pp. 146-149) Electric field line (pp. 148)
School: Purdue
School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
Differential Elements Cartesian coordinates Cylindrical coordinates Spherical coordinates
School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 05 (Due Thursday, Feb. 20, Class Time) Electric Energy, Electric Dipole, Convection and Conduction Currents, Conductors, Polarization and Dielectric Constant (6 questions) 1. (15 pts) An electric dipole is located at origin, where the two
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 03 (Due Thursday, Feb. 6, Class Time) Coulombs law, Electric Field Intensity, and Gausss law (7 questions) 1. (15pts) 2. (15pts) Point charges of +4 o C are placed at (1, 0, 0) and (1, 0, 0) and a point charge of 4 o C is placed at (0, 0,
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EE 311 Homework 04 (Due Thursday, Feb. 13, Class Time) Work done by moving a point charge, Faradays law, Electric Potential (4 questions) 1. (25pts) 2. (25pts) There are 1 nC charges in the XY-plane at (3, 4, 0), (3, 4, 0), (3, 4, 0), and (3, 4, 0). What
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 10 (Due Thursday, April 10) Magnetic Boundary Conditions, Inductance, Magnetic Energy, Faradays Law (7 questions) 1. (15pts) z>0 2. (15pts) 3. (15pts) 4. (15 pts) Calculate the inductance per unit length of a cylindrical conductor of radiu
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Course: Feedback
ECE433 Power Electronics Instructor: Steve Pekarek Office: 148 Electrical and Computer Engineering Office Phone: 494-3434 Fax: 494-6671 Email: spekarek@purdue.edu Office Hours: Wed,Thur 2:30-4:00 PM, and by appointment TA: Office: Office Hours: TBD Text:
School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
Lecture Note 08 Electric energy (pp. 150-154) Electric dipole (pp. 146-149) Electric field line (pp. 148)
School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 05 (Due Thursday, Feb. 20, Class Time) Electric Energy, Electric Dipole, Convection and Conduction Currents, Conductors, Polarization and Dielectric Constant (6 questions) 1. (15 pts) An electric dipole is located at origin, where the two
School: Purdue
School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 03 (Due Thursday, Feb. 6, Class Time) Coulombs law, Electric Field Intensity, and Gausss law (7 questions) 1. (15pts) 2. (15pts) Point charges of +4 o C are placed at (1, 0, 0) and (1, 0, 0) and a point charge of 4 o C is placed at (0, 0,
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 04 (Due Thursday, Feb. 13, Class Time) Work done by moving a point charge, Faradays law, Electric Potential (4 questions) 1. (25pts) 2. (25pts) There are 1 nC charges in the XY-plane at (3, 4, 0), (3, 4, 0), (3, 4, 0), and (3, 4, 0). What
School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 10 (Due Thursday, April 10) Magnetic Boundary Conditions, Inductance, Magnetic Energy, Faradays Law (7 questions) 1. (15pts) z>0 2. (15pts) 3. (15pts) 4. (15 pts) Calculate the inductance per unit length of a cylindrical conductor of radiu
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Course: ECE 311
Question 1: r Q [ (0,0,2) (1, 1,0) ] Q [(0,0,2) ( 1,1,0) ] Q [ (0,0,2) (1,1,0) ] (b) E = + + + 3 3 3 4 0 (0,0,2) (1, 1,0) 4 0 (0,0,2) ( 1,1,0) 4 0 (0,0,2) (1,1,0) Q [ (0,0,2) (1, 1,0) ] 4 0 (0,0,2) (1, 1,0) 3 + Q [(0,0,2) (0,0,0) ] 4 0 (0,0,2) (0,0,0) 3 r
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Course: ECE 311
Differential Elements Cartesian coordinates Cylindrical coordinates Spherical coordinates
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 07 (Due Thursday, Mar. 6, Class Time) Laplaces Equations, Capacitances, Image Theory (4 questions) 1. (25 pts) The region between concentric spherical conducting shells r = 0.5 m and r = 1 m are charge free. If V(r = 0.5) = 10V and V(r = 1
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EE 311 Homework 02 (Due Thursday, Jan. 30) Coordinate Systems, and Differential Length, Area, Volume (7 questions) 1. (10 pts) 2. (20 pts) 3. (20 pts) 4. (5 pts) 5. (15 pts) 6. (15 pts) 7. (15 pts)
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EE 311 Homewo 12 H ork (Due Tuesday, April 29, Class Time) A , Time-H Harmonic Fields (Phasors) Wave P c ( Propagation, ), Reflection and Tra R n ansmissio (6 que on estions) 1. (15 pts) 2. (15 pts) 5 3. (15 pts) 5 (20 pts) 4. In a uniform mate p u erial
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EE 311 Homework 01 (Due Thursday, Jan. 23) Vector Algebra (7 questions) 1. (10 pts) Find the unit vector directed from (0, 5, 2) toward (4, 5, 9). 2. (20 pts) r r r r r Given A = ax a y , B = 2az , C = ax + 4a y . Find (a) A B C . (b) A B C 3. (15 pts) 4.
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EE 311 Homework 11 (Due Tuesday, April 15, Class Time) Augmented Faradays Law, Amperes Law, Maxwells Equations (4 questions) 1. (25 pts) A 2m 1m rectangular loop contains a 10 resistor and is moving at 1 m/s towards a region of uniform magnetic fields 10
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EE 311 Homework 08 (Due Tuesday by 5 pm, Mar. 11, MSEE 230) Biot-Savarts Law (3 questions) 1. (50 pts) 2. (25 pts) 3. (25 pts) An infinitely long current is placed along the x-axis and carries current of r 10A in the ax direction. Find H at (0, 2, 5).
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EE 311 Homework 09 (Due Thursday, April 3) Amperes Law, Gausss Law-Magnetic, Magnetic Force, Magnetic Torque, B-H in Materials (8 questions) 1. (15pts) 2. (10pts) 3. (15pts) An x-orientated infinitely long, hollow cylindrical shell of radius 1 m has K = 1
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EE 311 Homework 06 (Due Thursday, Feb. 27, Class Time) Conductors, Dielectrics, Boundary Conditions, Poissons and Laplaces Equations (7 questions) 1. (10 pts) 2. (15 pts) 3. (15 pts) A perfectly conducting sphere is immersed in a dielectric medium having
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Course: Feedback
ECE433 Power Electronics Instructor: Steve Pekarek Office: 148 Electrical and Computer Engineering Office Phone: 494-3434 Fax: 494-6671 Email: spekarek@purdue.edu Office Hours: Wed,Thur 2:30-4:00 PM, and by appointment TA: Office: Office Hours: TBD Text:
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EE650R: Lecture 28: Date: ClassNotes: Reviewer: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Hot Carrier Injection Summary of experimental observations Dec. 01, 2006 Haldun Kufluoglu Vijay Rawat 32.1- Background and Mechanism Hot carrier injection is ano
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EE650R: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Lecture 14: NBTICharacteriz ation T echniques- shift Measurem ent Vt Oct. 2006 13, Date: Class Notes: Dennis ( Han Chung)Lin Review: Ninad Pim parkar 14. Review/ 1 Background In the previous lectures v
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EE650R: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Lecture 15: Negative Bias Temperature Instability Date: Oct. 16th, 2006 ClassNotes: Haldun Kufluoglu Review: Vijay Rawat 16.1 Review/Background The interface trap densities created due to broken Si:H b
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EE650R: Lecture 5: Date: ClassNotes: Review: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Statistical Projection Sep 20, 2006 Jing Li Jaydeep P. Kulkarni 5.1 Review/Background In discussing the BFRW problem, we mentioned that viable reliability tests mus
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EE650R: Lecture 8: Date: Class Notes: Reviewed by: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Negative Bias Temperature Instability Sep 27 2006 Vijay Rawat Saakshi Gangwal 8.0 Negative Bias Temperature Instability (NBTI) It has been seen in the case of
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EE650R: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Lecture 32: Summary of Reliability for Nano-electronics Devices Date: Dec 8, 2006 Class Notes: Animesh Datta 32.0 Review So far, in this course we have discussed some of the major reliability concerns
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EE650R: Lecture 28: Date: ClassNotes: Review: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic TDDB: Theory of pre-existing damage Nov 27th 2006 Han Chung Lin (Dennis) Ninad V. Pimparkar 28.1 Review In the last two classes, we discuss
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Course: Digital Signal Processing I
EE538 Final Exam Digital Signal Processing I Cover Sheet Fall 2001 12 December 2001 Test Duration: 2 hours. Open Book but Closed Notes. Calculators not allowed. This test contains ve problems. All work should be done in the blue books provided. You must s
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Gate Oxide Reliability: Physical and Computational Models Andrea Ghetti 1 Introduction Since its birth, the microelectronics industry has been characterized by the continuous struggle to nd new technological processes that allow the reduction of the physi
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Course: ECE 311
Lecture Note 08 Electric energy (pp. 150-154) Electric dipole (pp. 146-149) Electric field line (pp. 148)
School: Purdue
EE650R: Lecture 28: Date: ClassNotes: Reviewer: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Hot Carrier Injection Summary of experimental observations Dec. 01, 2006 Haldun Kufluoglu Vijay Rawat 32.1- Background and Mechanism Hot carrier injection is ano
School: Purdue
EE650R: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Lecture 14: NBTICharacteriz ation T echniques- shift Measurem ent Vt Oct. 2006 13, Date: Class Notes: Dennis ( Han Chung)Lin Review: Ninad Pim parkar 14. Review/ 1 Background In the previous lectures v
School: Purdue
EE650R: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Lecture 15: Negative Bias Temperature Instability Date: Oct. 16th, 2006 ClassNotes: Haldun Kufluoglu Review: Vijay Rawat 16.1 Review/Background The interface trap densities created due to broken Si:H b
School: Purdue
EE650R: Lecture 5: Date: ClassNotes: Review: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Statistical Projection Sep 20, 2006 Jing Li Jaydeep P. Kulkarni 5.1 Review/Background In discussing the BFRW problem, we mentioned that viable reliability tests mus
School: Purdue
EE650R: Lecture 8: Date: Class Notes: Reviewed by: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Negative Bias Temperature Instability Sep 27 2006 Vijay Rawat Saakshi Gangwal 8.0 Negative Bias Temperature Instability (NBTI) It has been seen in the case of
School: Purdue
EE650R: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Lecture 32: Summary of Reliability for Nano-electronics Devices Date: Dec 8, 2006 Class Notes: Animesh Datta 32.0 Review So far, in this course we have discussed some of the major reliability concerns
School: Purdue
EE650R: Lecture 28: Date: ClassNotes: Review: Reliability Physics of Nanoelectronic Devices Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic TDDB: Theory of pre-existing damage Nov 27th 2006 Han Chung Lin (Dennis) Ninad V. Pimparkar 28.1 Review In the last two classes, we discuss
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Overview of Circuit Simulation Programs ECE 546 DIGITAL COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES FOR ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS January 10, 2005 Oleg Wasynczuk Need for System-of-Subsystems Approach Complex engineered systems such as aircraft, modern automobiles, or the terrest
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School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
Differential Elements Cartesian coordinates Cylindrical coordinates Spherical coordinates
School: Purdue
Course: Digital Signal Processing I
EE538 Final Exam Digital Signal Processing I Cover Sheet Fall 2001 12 December 2001 Test Duration: 2 hours. Open Book but Closed Notes. Calculators not allowed. This test contains ve problems. All work should be done in the blue books provided. You must s
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Course: Digital Signal Processing I
Digital Signal Processing I In-Class Exam 3 Fall 2005 Live: 2 Dec. 2005 Cover Sheet Test Duration: 55 minutes. Open Book but Closed Notes. Calculators allowed. This test contains three problems. All work should be done in the blue books provided. Do not r
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Course: Signals And Systems
EE301 Signals and Systems Exam 1 In-Class Exam Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009 Cover Sheet Test Duration: 75 minutes. Coverage: Chaps. 1,2,3 Open Book but Closed Notes. Calculators NOT allowed. This test contains two problems. All work should be done in the blue b
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Course: Signals And Systems
NAME: EE301 Signals and Systems 26 September 2013 Exam 1 Cover Sheet Test Duration: 75 minutes. Coverage: Chaps. 1,2 Open Book but Closed Notes. One 8.5 in. x 11 in. crib sheet Calculators NOT allowed. This test contains two problems. All work should be d
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Course: Signals And Systems
Name: ECE301 Signals and Systems Final Exam Monday, Dec. 9, 2013 Cover Sheet Write your name on this page and every page to be safe. Test Duration: 120 minutes. Coverage: Comprehensive Open Book but Closed Notes. Three two-sided handwritten sheets. Calcul
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Course: Signals And Systems
NAME: EE301 Signals and Systems 13 February 2013 Exam 1 Cover Sheet Test Duration: 75 minutes. Coverage: Chaps. 1,2 Open Book but Closed Notes. One 8.5 in. x 11 in. crib sheet Calculators NOT allowed. This test contains two problems. All work should be do
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
NAME:_ EE 438 Exam 1 Solutions, 9/24/2001. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed one standard (8.5-by-11) sheet of notes. Total number of points: 120. This exam counts for 12% of your nal grade. You have 50 minutes to complete FOUR problems.
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
NAME:_ EE 438 Exam 2 Solutions, 10/19/2001. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed one standard (8.5-by-11) sheet of notes. Total number of points: 120. This exam counts for 12% of your nal grade. You have 50 minutes to complete FIVE problems.
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
NAME:_ EE 438 Exam 3 Solutions, 11/16/2001. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed one standard (8.5-by-11) sheet of notes. Total number of points: 120. This exam counts for 12% of your nal grade. You have 50 minutes to complete FOUR problems.
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
NAME:_ EE 438 Final Exam Solutions, 12/11/2001. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed three standard (8.5-by-11) sheets of notes. Total number of points: 190. This exam counts for 19% of your course grade. You have two hours to complete FIVE
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
NAME:_ ECE 438 Exam 1 Solutions, 10/05/2006. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed one standard (8.5-by-11) sheet of notes. No calculators are allowed. Total number of points: 50. This exam counts for 20% of your nal grade. You have 75 minute
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
NAME:_ ECE 438 Exam 1 Solutions, 10/06/2004. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed one standard (8.5-by-11) sheet of notes. No calculators are allowed. Total number of points: 105; in addition, 10 bonus points will be awarded for getting 100%
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
NAME:_ ECE 438 Exam 1 Solutions, 10/08/2003. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed one standard (8.5-by-11) sheet of notes. No calculators are allowed. Total number of points: 120. This exam counts for 20% of your nal grade. You have 75 minut
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
NAME:_ ECE 438 Exam 2 Solutions, 11/08/2006. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed one standard (8.5-by-11) sheet of notes. No calculators are allowed. Total number of points: 50. This exam counts for 20% of your nal grade. You have 75 minute
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
NAME:_ ECE 438 Exam 2 Solutions, 11/16/2004. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed one standard (8.5-by-11) sheet of notes. No calculators are allowed. Total number of points: 110; in addition, 10 bonus points will be awarded for getting at le
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
NAME:_ ECE 438 Exam 2 Solutions, 11/19/2003. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed one standard (8.5-by-11) sheet of notes. No calculators are allowed. Total number of points: 120. This exam counts for 20% of your nal grade. You have 75 minut
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
NAME:_ ECE 438 Final Exam Solutions, 12/12/2006. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed two standard (8.5-by-11) sheets of notes. No calculators are allowed. Total number of points: 100. This exam counts for 32% of your nal grade. You have two
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
NAME:_ ECE 438 Final Exam Solutions, 12/13/2005. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed two standard (8.5-by-11) sheets of notes. No calculators are allowed. Total number of points: 100. This exam counts for 32% of your nal grade. You have 120
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
NAME:_ ECE 438 Final Exam Solutions, 12/14/2004. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed two standard (8.5-by-11) sheets of notes. No calculators are allowed. Total number of points: 135. This exam counts for 25% of your nal grade. You have 120
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
NAME:_ ECE 438 Final Exam Version 1 Solutions, 12/16/2003. This is a closed-book exam, but you are allowed two standard (8.5-by-11) sheets of notes. No calculators are allowed. Total number of points: 150. This exam counts for 25% of your nal grade. Yo
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
NAME: NAME EE301 Signals and Systems In-Class Exam Exam 3 Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2013 Cover Sheet Test Duration: 60 minutes. Coverage: Chaps. 5,7 Open Book but Closed Notes. One 8.5 in. x 11 in. crib sheet Calculators NOT allowed. All work should be done on
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
Name: ECE301 Signals and Systems Final Exam Friday, May 3, 2013 Cover Sheet Write your name on this page and every page to be safe. Test Duration: 120 minutes. Coverage: Comprehensive Open Book but Closed Notes. Four two-sided handwritten sheets. Calculat
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
14 February 2003 EE 438 Name:_ Exam No. 1 Spring 2003 You have 50 minutes to work the following four problems. Be sure to show all your work to obtain full credit. The exam is closed book and closed notes. Calculators are permitted. 1. (25 pts.) Consider
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
DSP With Applications Exam 1 9 Feb. 2001 Problem 1. [35 points] The continuous time signal xa (t) with CTFT plotted below X a (f) 1 -4000 -3000 3000 4000 f (Hz) is sampled at a rate fs = 8 KHz to produce the discrete-time signal x(n), i.e., x(n) = xa (n/f
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
EE438 DSP With Applications Exam 2 9 March 2001 Problem 1. [30 points] Consider the following two N = 16 point sequences: n cfw_u(n) u(n 16) 2 x(n) = cos and 1n h(n) = cfw_u(n) u(n 16), 2 where u(n) is the DT unit step function. Let X16 (k ) and H16 (k )
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
EE438 DSP With Applications Exam 3 18 April 2001 Problem 1. [30 points] Let sn (m) be a windowed speech segment of length N which is nonzero for 0 m N 1. The energy of the segment is determined to be unity, i.e., N 1 s2 (m) = 1 n m=0 N +p1 In addition, th
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NAME:_ EE 302 Division 1 MWF 3:30-4:20 (Prof. Pollak) Final Exam Solutions, 4/29/2002. This is a closed-book exam. A formula sheet is provided. No calculators are allowed. You have two hours to complete FOUR problems. Be sure to fully and clearly
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 05 (Due Thursday, Feb. 20, Class Time) Electric Energy, Electric Dipole, Convection and Conduction Currents, Conductors, Polarization and Dielectric Constant (6 questions) 1. (15 pts) An electric dipole is located at origin, where the two
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 03 (Due Thursday, Feb. 6, Class Time) Coulombs law, Electric Field Intensity, and Gausss law (7 questions) 1. (15pts) 2. (15pts) Point charges of +4 o C are placed at (1, 0, 0) and (1, 0, 0) and a point charge of 4 o C is placed at (0, 0,
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 04 (Due Thursday, Feb. 13, Class Time) Work done by moving a point charge, Faradays law, Electric Potential (4 questions) 1. (25pts) 2. (25pts) There are 1 nC charges in the XY-plane at (3, 4, 0), (3, 4, 0), (3, 4, 0), and (3, 4, 0). What
School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 10 (Due Thursday, April 10) Magnetic Boundary Conditions, Inductance, Magnetic Energy, Faradays Law (7 questions) 1. (15pts) z>0 2. (15pts) 3. (15pts) 4. (15 pts) Calculate the inductance per unit length of a cylindrical conductor of radiu
School: Purdue
Course: ECE 311
Question 1: r Q [ (0,0,2) (1, 1,0) ] Q [(0,0,2) ( 1,1,0) ] Q [ (0,0,2) (1,1,0) ] (b) E = + + + 3 3 3 4 0 (0,0,2) (1, 1,0) 4 0 (0,0,2) ( 1,1,0) 4 0 (0,0,2) (1,1,0) Q [ (0,0,2) (1, 1,0) ] 4 0 (0,0,2) (1, 1,0) 3 + Q [(0,0,2) (0,0,0) ] 4 0 (0,0,2) (0,0,0) 3 r
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EE 311 Homework 07 (Due Thursday, Mar. 6, Class Time) Laplaces Equations, Capacitances, Image Theory (4 questions) 1. (25 pts) The region between concentric spherical conducting shells r = 0.5 m and r = 1 m are charge free. If V(r = 0.5) = 10V and V(r = 1
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 02 (Due Thursday, Jan. 30) Coordinate Systems, and Differential Length, Area, Volume (7 questions) 1. (10 pts) 2. (20 pts) 3. (20 pts) 4. (5 pts) 5. (15 pts) 6. (15 pts) 7. (15 pts)
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homewo 12 H ork (Due Tuesday, April 29, Class Time) A , Time-H Harmonic Fields (Phasors) Wave P c ( Propagation, ), Reflection and Tra R n ansmissio (6 que on estions) 1. (15 pts) 2. (15 pts) 5 3. (15 pts) 5 (20 pts) 4. In a uniform mate p u erial
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 01 (Due Thursday, Jan. 23) Vector Algebra (7 questions) 1. (10 pts) Find the unit vector directed from (0, 5, 2) toward (4, 5, 9). 2. (20 pts) r r r r r Given A = ax a y , B = 2az , C = ax + 4a y . Find (a) A B C . (b) A B C 3. (15 pts) 4.
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EE 311 Homework 11 (Due Tuesday, April 15, Class Time) Augmented Faradays Law, Amperes Law, Maxwells Equations (4 questions) 1. (25 pts) A 2m 1m rectangular loop contains a 10 resistor and is moving at 1 m/s towards a region of uniform magnetic fields 10
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 08 (Due Tuesday by 5 pm, Mar. 11, MSEE 230) Biot-Savarts Law (3 questions) 1. (50 pts) 2. (25 pts) 3. (25 pts) An infinitely long current is placed along the x-axis and carries current of r 10A in the ax direction. Find H at (0, 2, 5).
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 09 (Due Thursday, April 3) Amperes Law, Gausss Law-Magnetic, Magnetic Force, Magnetic Torque, B-H in Materials (8 questions) 1. (15pts) 2. (10pts) 3. (15pts) An x-orientated infinitely long, hollow cylindrical shell of radius 1 m has K = 1
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Course: ECE 311
EE 311 Homework 06 (Due Thursday, Feb. 27, Class Time) Conductors, Dielectrics, Boundary Conditions, Poissons and Laplaces Equations (7 questions) 1. (10 pts) 2. (15 pts) 3. (15 pts) A perfectly conducting sphere is immersed in a dielectric medium having
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Course: Digital Signal Processing
EE 438 Homework 8, due Friday, 10/12/2001. Problem 1. Circulant matrices: Linear systems invariant to a circular shift. Note that a substantial portion of this problem was done in class. Consider a linear system which takes an N -periodic signal as an inp
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Course: Digital Signal Processing With Applications
ECE 438 Homework 9, due in class Friday, 10/28/2005. Problem 1. Let X (n) be a wide-sense stationary sequence of random variables with zero mean and autocorrelation function 1, |n| 1 rXX (n) = 0, otherwise. Suppose this sequence is ltered to generate the
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Course: Electronic Circuit Analysis
ECE 255 ELECTRONIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Homework 2 Solutions Spring 2013 Problem 1 (Text 3.74) Find the Q-points for the diodes in the four circuits shown using: (a) The ideal diode model (a) Both diodes are forward biased [ 0 (6)] V = 140 A I D2 = 43k (9
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Course: Electronic Circuit Analysis
ECE 255 ELECTRONIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Homework 1 Solutions Spring 2013 Problem 1 (Text 2.14) (a) A silicon sample is supporting an electric field of 2000 V/cm, and the mobilities of electrons and holes are 1000 and 400 cm2/V-s, respectively. What are the
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Course: Electronic Circuit Analysis
ECE 255 ELECTRONIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Homework 3 Solutions Spring 2013 Problem 1 (Text 5.88) Find the Q-point for the circuit shown below if R1 = 120 k, R2 = 270 k, RE = 100 k, RC = 150 k, F = 100, VBE = 0.7 V, and the positive power supply voltage is 15
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Course: Electronic Circuit Analysis
ECE 255 ELECTRONIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Homework 4 Solutions Problem 1 (Text 13.65) Spring 2013 Compute AVs The ac equivalent circuit for an amplifier is shown. Assume the capacitors have infinite value and that RS = 750 , RB = 100 k, RC = 100 k, and R3 =
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Course: Electronic Circuit Analysis
ECE 255 ELECTRONIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Homework 5 Solutions Spring 2013 Problem 1 The FET in the circuit below is characterized by |IDSS| = 22.5 mA and |VP| = 3.6 V. Determine suitable values for the external circuit elements to obtain an operating point
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Course: Electronic Circuit Analysis
ECE 255 ELECTRONIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Homework 6 Solutions Spring 2013 Problem 1 An FET in an electronic kit is to be biased as in the circuit shown below with the specified component values. The FET is characterized by VT = 3 V , K = 9 m A , and a Beyon
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EE544: Digital Communications HW1 (Fall 2002) (due on Class 4) 1. A communication system is shown in Fig. 1. Let s(t) = b0 PT (t), where b0 {1, 1} and PT (t) = 1 0 if 0 t < T, elsewhere. The thermal noise n(t) is an additive white Gaussian noise w
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Course: Feedback
ECE433 Power Electronics Instructor: Steve Pekarek Office: 148 Electrical and Computer Engineering Office Phone: 494-3434 Fax: 494-6671 Email: spekarek@purdue.edu Office Hours: Wed,Thur 2:30-4:00 PM, and by appointment TA: Office: Office Hours: TBD Text: