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USC EE 105 Introduction to Electrical Engineering
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Course Syllabus, Student Information Form (Survey),
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EE 105 Lecture Scribe Notes
5 September 2013
Group 2
Shizhong Hao
Yidong Zhou
First Homework Set is due next Thursday, 12 September,
2013
The Axioms of Probability
1. The probability P(A) of an event outcome A is positive.
P(A) > 0
e.g. , Heads and tails,
USC EE 105 Introduction to Electrical Engineering
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Midterm Review, October 24th, 2013  1
Midterm Examination, OHE 230
Tuesday, October 29th, 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Covers: All material through class on Oct. 18th
Open book; open lecture notes; open sc
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Final Course Review, December 10th, 2013
Laboratory Report on Synthesizer Experiment
Due last Tuesday, December 3rd
Homework Set 11
Handed out in class
Posted to the course website
Due last Thursday, Dec
. The new operator yields a pointer
0a e the Inter
2: variaPEIe. / to a memory block of the given type.
int* var_ptr = new int;
Use the memory. *var_ptr = 1000;
Delete the memory de1ete var_ptr;
when you are done. Use this form to allocate
an array of the
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EE 105 Scribe Notes
October 1, 2013
I. Fundamentals of Wave Propagation in Space
1. Wavelength
1) Definition of wavelength:
Distance traveled by wave in one period.
2) Whereas the function of time illustrat
Ji, Chang
Zhou, Weichen
Group 22
EE 105 Scribe Report
17 October, 2013
Analog to Digital Conversion
The A/D Conversion Process
Sampling => Discretize time (or space)
Quantization => Discretize amplitude
Coding => Redundancy and compactness
Example:
Zhicheng Wang
Yijia Chang
Lecture Notes
10/15/13
AM and FM radio; TV
Concept of Pixellization (Image Encoding)
Introduction to AM Radio, FM Radio, TV
O Communications links must be designed to be robust, in
that they are
Shih, Gabriel and Wong, Alvin
2259181052, 3544669099
September 26th, 2013
Prof. Tanguay
EE 105 Lecture Scribe Notes
Group 9
26 September, 2013
Parity Bits:
Error Detection and Error Correction
 Accomplished by adding redundancy
Block Codes (Repetition)
Brent Johnson, Jose Serrano
EE 105
Dr. Tanguay
EE 105 Scribe Notes
3 October, 2013
Electromagnetic Wave Propagation; Complex Signals for Communication of Information
Wavelength
Distance between two similar points on the sine wave in space.
Has symbol
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USC
EE 105 Introduction to Electrical Engineering
University of Southern California
Viterbi School of Engineering
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
EE 105
Introduction to
Electrical Engineering
Fall, 2016
L1FALL
2016
USC
EE 105 Introduction to Electrical E
Direct electric current is measured in Coulombs/sec o Coulomb = 1 C = 6.3 1018 electric
charges Measured in Coulombs per second = 1 Ampere 1 milliAmp (mA) = 0.001 Amps o
If current varies, then it is alternating current (AC) Q (qe) = magnitude of electric
EE 105 Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Fall, 2016
Course Syllabus
30 June, 2016
EE 105 Course Web Site:
https:/blackboard.usc.edu/
Instructor
Armand R. Tanguay, Jr.
Professor of Electrical EngineeringElectrophysics,
Chemical Engineering and Materia
Axioms of the Uncertainty Function:
1. If all outcomes are equally likely, the uncertainty increases with the
number of possible outcomes
2. The combined uncertainty of the outcomes of two independent events,
each with a set of equally likely outcomes, is
EE 105 Lecture 10
25 September, 2014
Signals 2
Zhang Haochen
Chen Zhaoqi
Sinusoidal signals (oscillating motion)
Hanging pendulum
A swing
Highest potential energy and lowest velocity occur at points A and C.
Highest velocity and lowest potential energy oc
EE 105 Lecture
93014
Waves
Ashley Walker
Chen Liang
Fundamentals of Wave Propagation in Space
1. Wavelength: Distance traveled by a wave in one whole period
y axis Pressure (or amplitude): Like a snapshot of a moving wave
x axis Time
Wavelength (distanc
Erica Esserman
Zhu Yan
Prof. Tanguay, EE 105
EE 105
Lecture 12
10214
Complex Signals and AM Radio
Electromagnetic Waves

The basic idea of wave and wave propagation: Frequency, wavelength
Complex signals for communication of information
Wavelength = Di
Stephen Zimmerman, John Lazzeroni, Jr.
EE 105
September 2014
Lecture Scribe Notes 9/23/14
Main Ideas
Analog and Digital Signals
Properties of Waves
Waveforms
Sinusoidal Signal Characteristics
Oscilloscopes
Spectrum Analysis
Periodicity and Aperiodicity
Fo
EE 105 Lecture Scribe Report
18 September, 2014
Ng, Andrew
Pan, Danny
Topics:
Parity Bits
Check Code Words
Credit Cards, Magnetic Stripes,
Data Compression
Error Detection and Correction
Accomplished by adding redundancy to
transmitted information
o M
Vu, Courtney
Kim, Richard
Prof. Tanguay, EE 105
Sept. 19, 2014
EE 105 Lecture 7
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Barcodes
Digital barcodes are used extensively to easily identify products.
They are easy to:
Produce
Read
Interpret
by machines.
They have a high information density.