Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 3
Due: Friday, September 27 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 2
Problems:
1. List the truth table of the functions: (a) F = xy + xy + yz ; (b) F = xz + y z .
2. Simplify the following
ENGIN 112
University of Massachusetts Amherst
ENGIN 112: Homework 10 Solution
Every question has 1 A-credit which adds up to the total of 6 A-credits for this homework. Questions 2, 4
and 5 have 10 B-credits which adds up to the total of 30 B-credits.
Que
ENGIN 112
University of Massachusetts Amherst
ENGIN 112: Homework 6 Solution
Due date: 10/23/15 at beginning of lecture
Every question has 1 A-credit which adds up to the total of 6 A-credits for this homework. Questions 2, 3
and 6 have 10 B-credits which
ENGIN 112 Fall 2015
Homework 9 Solutions
1. There are many factors that contribute to the high cost of medical imaging systems,
including:
The complexity of sensing and control equipment (e.g., x-ray tubes and
d
ENGIN 112 Fall 2015
Homework 7 Solutions
1. The block diagram is shown below. The temperature setting is the input. The room
temperature is the output. We can view the feedback loop as unity feedback (that is,
ENGIN 112 Fall 2015
Homework 2 Solutions
1. Transducers include thermostats, which convert heat (temperature) to electrical
signals; potentiometers (position sensors) that convert distance measurements to
voltage; antennas tha
ENGIN 112
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ENGIN 112: Homework 4
Due date: 10/9/15 at beginning of lecture
Please submit your answers on letter size paper. If you use multiple pages, please staple them together (no
paper clips, please, since they fall
ENGIN 112 Fall 2015
Homework 3 Solutions
1. A radio spectrum map (published by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce) can be found at:
http:/www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/publications/spectrum_wall_chart_aug2011.pdf
- as can be seen
ENGIN 112
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ENGIN 112: Homework 1
Due date: 9/18/15 at beginning of lecture
Please submit your answers on letter size paper. If you use multiple pages, please staple them together (no
paper clips, please, since they fall
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2. In all the following cases, numbers are unsigned:
1) M = 0, means it is an adder:
S = 0001, C = 1, V = 1;
2) M = 1, it is a subtractor:
S = 0000, C = 1, V = 1;
3) M = 1
S = 1110, C=0, V=0;
4) M = 0
S = 0001, C = 1, V = 1;
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Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 8
Due: Friday, November 8 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Sections 5.1 - 5.4
Problems:
1. A D latch is normally constructed from a SR latch, two additional NAND gates and
an inverter. Create
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 2
Due: Friday, September 20 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 1 & Chapter 2
Problems:
1. Obtain the 1s and 2s complements of the following binary numbers:
(a) 00100010
(b) 10101011
(c)
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 3
Due: Friday, September 27 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 2
Problems:
1. List the truth table of the functions: (a) F = xy + xy + yz ; (b) F = xz + y z .
2. Simplify the following
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 4
Due: Friday, October 4 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Problems:
CMOS lecture notes and Textbook Chapter 3
1. Simplify the following expressions using Karnaugh maps: (a) F (x, y, z ) = (1, 4, 5, 6,
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 4
Due: Friday, October 4 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Problems:
CMOS lecture notes and Textbook Chapter 3
1. Simplify the following expressions using Karnaugh maps: (a) F (x, y, z ) = (1, 4, 5, 6,
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 5
Due: Friday, October 11 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Problems:
CMOS lecture notes, Textbook Chapter 3 and Sections 4.1 - 4.5.
The following problems refer to the Problems section of textbook (Man
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 1
Due: Friday, September 13 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 1
Problems:
1. Answer the following questions:
(a) What is the largest decimal number that can be expressed in 12 bits? an
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 6
Due: Friday, October 25 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Problems:
Textbook, Sections 4.6-4.11
1. Design a 4-bit incrementer, a circuit that adds 1 to a 4-bit binary number. How many
output will your
ENGIN 112 Midterm Exam 1
Fall 2012
Prof. Ciesielski and Prof. Vouvakis
Name:
_SOLUTIONS_
ID Number:
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Maximum
Question 1
15
Question 2
20
Question 3
15
Question 4
15
Question 5
15
Question 6
15
Question 7
5
Total
Earned
100
This exam is closed book, close
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 2
Due: Friday, September 20 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 1 & Chapter 2
Problems:
1. Obtain the 1s and 2s complements of the following binary numbers:
(a) 00100010
(b) 10101011
(c)
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 5
Due: Friday, October 11 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Problems:
CMOS lecture notes, Textbook Chapter 3 and Sections 4.1 - 4.5.
The following problems refer to the Problems section of textbook (Man
Engin 112 Intro to ECE
Fall 2013
Homework # 1
Due: Friday, September 13 (beginning of lecture)
Reading Assignment:
Textbook, Chapter 1
Problems:
1. Answer the following questions:
(a) What is the largest decimal number that can be expressed in 12 bits? an