EEE 333, ASU
David R. Allee
Homework #2
The objective of this homework is to exercise your learning of VHDL syntax, basic module
definitions and modeling of combinational logic. You can try to use mod
EEE 333, ASU Fall 2009, David R. Allee Lab #2 Due Thursday, 1October 2009. The objective of this lab is to practice your VHDL coding and the modeling of combinational logic units. Submission: Demo you
EEE 333, ASU
David R. Allee
Homework #2 solutions
The objective of this homework is to exercise your learning of VHDL syntax, basic module
definitions and modeling of combinational logic. You can try
EEE 352Fall 2010
Homework 1
1.1
Determine the number of atoms per unit cell in a (a) face-centered cubic, (b)
body-centered cubic, and (c) diamond lattice.
(a) The body centered cubic has 8 corner ato
EEE 352Fall 2008
Homework 1
1.1
Determine the number of atoms per unit cell in a (a) face-centered cubic, (b)
body-centered cubic, and (c) diamond lattice.
(a) The body centered cubic has 8 corner ato
EEE 352Fall 2010
Homework 2
(a) An electron is moving with a velocity of 2 106 cm/s. Determine the electron
energy (in eV), momentum, an de Broglie wavelength (in ). (b) The de Broglie
wavelength of a
EEE 352Fall 2008
Homework 2
2.11
When the uncertainty principle is considered, it is not possible to locate a photon
in space more precisely than about 1 wavelength. Consider a photon with
wavelength
EEE 333, ASU
FPGA Practice
Last Semester Lab #4
The objective of this lab is to be familiar with on the Spartan-3 FPGA board.
Submission: Submit a file with the VHDL code to the digital drop box. You
EEE 333, ASU
Homework #4
Data Path with Parity Check
library ieee;
use ieee.std_logic_1164.all;
use ieee.std_logic_unsigned.all;
use ieee.std_logic_arith.all;
entity parity is
generic ( length : integ
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Spring 2008, Yu (Kevin) Cao
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EEE 352Fall 2010
Homework 3
2.22
An electron is bound in a one-dimensional infinite potential well with a width of
100 . Determine the energy levels for n = 1,2,3.
From (2.37), we have
Hence
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EEE 352Fall 2008
Homework 3
2.32
Evaluate the transmission coefficient for an electron of energy 2.2 eV impinging
upon a potential barrier of 6.0 eV and thickness 10-10 m. Repeat the calculation
for a
EEE 352 Fall 2010
Homework 4
2.25
Calculate the lowest energy level for a neutron in a nucleus, by treating it as if it
were in an infinite potential well of width equal to 10-14 m. Compare this to th
EEE 333 Exam 1 Fall 17 Name AMSDOEV
ASU_lD
1) Boolean Algebra and Karnaugh maps
a. Simplify this expression using the Karnaugh map to a minimum SOP
b. Usinga Karn/ g map find tXe/mini / mPOS F/Z 6
Homework 3 V1 (5 points each)
The objective of this homework assignment is to review Boolean Algebra.
1) The I) operation says if and only if all inputs are on, the output will be on. The output will
Exam2 Version 1 102417
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Show all work, only one solution per problem will be graded, so if there are multiple answers provided, the
problem will be counted as wrong.
All code sho
Quiz 2
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it or underline it.
Problem 1
a) What does CMOS stand for? Complimentary Metal Oxide Semiconduc
EEE 333 Quiz 4 10917 V1 Name_ ASUID _
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be counted wrong.
All code should compile without errors or warni
Quiz 5 101017 V1
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be counted wrong.
All code should compile without errors or wa
Homework 8 Coin Counter Solution
Build a (Finite State Machine) FSM using a Moore Model to count change. It must be done
using a FSM. On each clock the input should be either 1 nickel, dime or quarter
Sol Off M
Homework 4b, Karnaugh maps
In this homework you will be asked to simplify Boolean expressions using Karnaugh maps. Along the way
you need to demonstrate understanding of key terms. This mate
Homework 4a Solution
The graders have been instructed to give liberal credit on this homework set in case your results vary
The objective is to give you an understanding of the order of execution of s
Homework 2a
1) F = ABC + ABC + ABC + ABC
ABC+ABC = AB by adjacency
ABC + ABC = BC by adjacency
F = AB + BC
Note F and Fs are the same for all cases
2) same problem as 1
F = ABC + ABC + ABC + ABC
ABC +
Exam 2 pretest 102117 v1 Solution
This homework is provided to help you study and test where you are in your
preparation for Exam2.
In each case provide the code that you developed for that question.
Homework 6 FSM
In this home work we will write a Verilog code that detects the sequence 1101 on
input x. Use a Moore Model.
1) Draw a state diagram to detect the sequence 1101 on input variable x. You