What is Algebra?
The part of mathematics in
which letters and other general
symbols are used to represent
numbers and quantities in
formulae and equations.
A system of algebra based on
Most natural quantities that we see are
analog and vary continuously. Analog
systems can generally handle higher power
than digital systems.
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What is Combinational Logic?
Logic gates (AND, OR, NAND,
NOR, NOT, etc.) connected
together to produce a specified
output for a combination of
specified inputs, with no storage
Some Types of Combinati
Difference between Sequential Logic and Combinational Logic
Outputs of combinational logic depend only on the
present values of the inputs
A sequential circuit is specified by a time sequence of
Introduction to Verilog
First, a Digression:
Integrated circuits (ICs, Chips)
An IC is fabricated on a die of silicon semiconductor
crystal, called a chip, containing the electronic
components for constructing digital gates
Chapter 27. Circuits
27.1. What is Physics?
27.2. "Pumping" Charges
27.3. Work, Energy, and Emf
27.4. Calculating the Current in a SingleLoop Circuit
27.5. Other Single-Loop Circuits
27.6. Potential Difference Between Two
27.7. Multiloop Circuits
This lab outlines the process for designing a two stage feedback operational amplifier.
Also this lab observes how the change in gain affects the bandwidth. To accomplish this, various
1 stage feedback amplifiers are simulated in PSpice to see h
This lab explores the characteristics of a regulated power supply through both analysis and
simulation of a circuit with a zener diode and without a zener diode. The analysis backs up the
simulation results that were obtained through the use of
ELEC3290 Quiz #3
1. Find the zero-input response for the following system, if (0) = 0 and (0) = 6.
() + 9() = 3 () + 2()
2. Consider the following system:
Is it linear?
Is it time-invariant?
Is it memoryless?
Is it causal
ELEC3290 Quiz #2 Name: _MW
1. Consider the following system,
(a) Find the system functional H (R).
(b) Find the poles of the system. Is the impulse response of the system convergent or
f 2. The system functional of a system is given below:
The 3-phase loads are connected in parallel. One is a purely resistive load connected in wye. It consumes
300kW. The second is a purely inductive 300kVAR load connected in wye. The third is a purely capacitive
300kVAR load connected in
ELEC3920 Engineering Signals and Systems
Due Thursday, September 15th
Linear Systems and Signals
p75 p82 (Signal operations)
p96 p99 (Even and odd functions)
Module 11: MULTIPLE RANDOM VARIABLES
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MODULE 10: CONTINUOUS R.V. ANALOGIES, DEFINITIONS, PROPERTIES
DISCRETE vs. CONTINUOUS
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