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School: Berkeley
Course: Microfabrication Technology
EE143 Microfabrication Technology Spring 2011 Prof. J. Bokor Midterm Exam 2 Name: -=~- Signature: _ SID: _ l' CLOSED BOOK. TWO 8 1/2" X 11" SHEET OF NOTES, AND SCIENTIFIC POCKET CALCULATOR PERMITTED. MAKE SURE THE EXAM PAPER HAS PAGES. DO ALL WORK ON THE
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
HW 2 EE40 Maharbiz Spring 2014 Posted Wednesday 2/5/2014 Due Friday 2/14/2014 1. Select R in the circuit below so that VL = 5 V. 2. Consider the circuit below. Determine the amount of power dissipated in the 3-k resistor. 3. Find I0 in the circuit below.
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
EE 40 Spring 2014 / Homework 2 Solutions Problem 1 Select R in the circuit below so that VL = 5 V. Solution: Multiple application of the source-transformation method leads to the final circuit below. Problem 2 Determine the amount of power dissipated in t
School: Berkeley
Course: Signals And Systems
EE20N: Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Spring 2014 Lecture 06: February 7 Lecturer: Thomas Courtade 6.1 Scribe: Ka-Kit Lam LTI Systems Time invariance Weve been talking about linear systems. Now lets talk about another system property,
School: Berkeley
Course: Integrated Circuits For Communications
University of California, Berkeley EECS 142/242M Fall 2013 Prof. A. Niknejad Homework 2 Solutions 1. We can neglect gmb since body is tied with source and therefore drain current is not modulated by VBS . (a) Since this is series-series (current-voltage)
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear Integrated Circuits
HW7-P3-Solution Sunday, March 03, 2013 3:39 PM EE 140 GSI Page 1 EE 140 GSI Page 2 HW7-P3-Solution Friday, March 08, 2013 10:26 AM EE 140 GSI Page 1 VDD M4 M3 RB RB Vout Vin1 Vin2 M1 M2 RE VT RE MT EE 140 GSI Page 2 EE 140 GSI Page 3 VCC VT Vin1 Q1 QT Q8
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear System Theory
1. _ _ _ .-L .L-.-L-+- . ) E GCS 2-2-1 Levl-vr'~ L A ( G0A L~ : 0. n j Y1 ~cmU-fk hr 0 a<vu e.,V-, m oj mo~ of fA'lJ il'\J.Lr i1 - cr. O J -. ~ c: . : .'-'. . J .\ O ~ fa '-I1v- b-v- () fA.- tJL a yv~ r Artd ~/T1 w1J) : -mo~J zw - ()( Y1 ~ a ni cfw_!;O'YZ
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 17.1 Nov 1 Lecturer: TA. Se Yong Park .1 Scribe: Chao Liu This is a review lecture, we go over two problems in the exercise exam: practice midterm 1.1 Prove MMSE practice midterm 1.2 17.1 pract
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 23 November 29 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Lisa Yan This lecture covers: Introduction to Markov Chains A Vector View on Markov Chains 23.1 What are Markov Chains? So far, the random phen
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 22 November 22 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Kevin Shih This lecture covers: Review of the AEP Bernoulli Process Poisson Process 22.1 Review of the AEP Recall from 11/15s lecture we deriv
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 20 November 15 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Soi Lon, Lei This lecture covers: The Weak Law of Large Numbers 99% of the time! Central Limit Theorem 20.1 Introduction In this lecture, we a
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 19 November 10 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Cherno Bounds and Transition to CLT Scribe: Jared Porter This lecture covers: Last Time Actual Probability vs. Approximations Cherno Bound K-L Diverg
School: Berkeley
Course: Signals And Systems
EE20N: Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Spring 2014 Lecture 06: February 7 Lecturer: Thomas Courtade 6.1 Scribe: Ka-Kit Lam LTI Systems Time invariance Weve been talking about linear systems. Now lets talk about another system property,
School: Berkeley
Course: Networking
CS168 Fall 2014 Discussion End-to-End and Switched Ethernet An end-to-end view Consider the following set-up: You have come to Soda Hall for CS168 office hours and would like to know the complete networking view of
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Course: Networking
CS 168 Section 10: Wireless Q1: Youve got the power! A big problem in wireless is signals attenuating as they propagate through the physical environment. One solution for this would be to boost the strength of signal
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Course: Networking
CS 168 Section 7: Advanced Congestion Control 1. TCP Fast Recovery Consider a TCP connection, which is currently in Congestion Avoidance (AIMD). The last ACK sequence number was 101 (the receiver expects the
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Course: Networking
Section 8 No Such A record Some organizations might get touchy about us browsing their DNS records, so we chose an innocuous target: the National Scrabble Association, whose website is presumably www.nsa.gov. a) In gen
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Course: Networking
CS 168 Section 6: TCP 1. TCP Sequence Numbers A TCP connection has been established between hosts A and B. B receives the following packet from A with the field values shown below: Sequence Number ACK 101
School: Berkeley
Course: Microfabrication Technology
EE143 Microfabrication Technology Spring 2011 Prof. J. Bokor Midterm Exam 2 Name: -=~- Signature: _ SID: _ l' CLOSED BOOK. TWO 8 1/2" X 11" SHEET OF NOTES, AND SCIENTIFIC POCKET CALCULATOR PERMITTED. MAKE SURE THE EXAM PAPER HAS PAGES. DO ALL WORK ON THE
School: Berkeley
Course: Microfabrication Technology
EE143 Midterm Exam #2 Solutions Problem 1 (a) (i )Let translational error be (xt, yt). After subtracting the translational error, we have: Top x y Right +3 -xt +3 - yt Center 0 0 Left -2 -xt +1 - yt Fall 2003 Bottom Since thermal run out/in error is antis
School: Berkeley
Course: Digital Communication Systems
Tuan Le EE 121 - Midterm Solutions Spring 1997 Problem 1 a) False. If X and Y are continuous-valued random variables, then = Z 1 Z 1 1 Z E (X + Y ) = 1 1 Z x 1 (x + y)fX;Y (x; y)dxdy 1 Z1 1 fX;Y (x; y)dydx + Z 1 Z 1 1 y Z 1 1 fX;Y (x; y)dxdy = xfX (x)dx +
School: Berkeley
Course: Microfabrication Technology
EE143 Microfabrication Technology Spring 2012 Prof. J. Bokor Midterm Exam 2 Name: So lu+i 0 (\5 , -=~=-~- Signature: SID: _ - CLOSED BOOK. ONE 8 112" X 11" SHEET OF NOTES, AND SCIENTIFIC POCKET CALCULATOR PERMITTED. MAKE SURE THE EXAM PAPER HAS 10 PAGES.
School: Berkeley
Course: Microfabrication Technology
Midterm Exam #1 Solutions Problem 1 (a) Cross-section along B-B EE143, Fall F2003 Poly-Si Gate oxide Al SiO2 (FOX) p (channel stop) CVD SiO2 p (channel stop) p- substrate (b) Cross-section along C-C Al CVD SiO2 CVD SiO2 SiO2 (FOX) p (channel stop) n+ p (c
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear System Theory
EE221A Linear System Theory Final Exam Professor C. Tomlin Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley Fall 2010 12/14/10, 3-6pm Your answers must be supported by analysis, proof, or counterexample. There are 9 questions: Pleas
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
HW 2 EE40 Maharbiz Spring 2014 Posted Wednesday 2/5/2014 Due Friday 2/14/2014 1. Select R in the circuit below so that VL = 5 V. 2. Consider the circuit below. Determine the amount of power dissipated in the 3-k resistor. 3. Find I0 in the circuit below.
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
EE 40 Spring 2014 / Homework 2 Solutions Problem 1 Select R in the circuit below so that VL = 5 V. Solution: Multiple application of the source-transformation method leads to the final circuit below. Problem 2 Determine the amount of power dissipated in t
School: Berkeley
Course: Integrated Circuits For Communications
University of California, Berkeley EECS 142/242M Fall 2013 Prof. A. Niknejad Homework 2 Solutions 1. We can neglect gmb since body is tied with source and therefore drain current is not modulated by VBS . (a) Since this is series-series (current-voltage)
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear Integrated Circuits
HW7-P3-Solution Sunday, March 03, 2013 3:39 PM EE 140 GSI Page 1 EE 140 GSI Page 2 HW7-P3-Solution Friday, March 08, 2013 10:26 AM EE 140 GSI Page 1 VDD M4 M3 RB RB Vout Vin1 Vin2 M1 M2 RE VT RE MT EE 140 GSI Page 2 EE 140 GSI Page 3 VCC VT Vin1 Q1 QT Q8
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear Integrated Circuits
HW3-P1-Solution Sunday, February 03, 2013 EE 140 GSI Page 1 EE 140 GSI Page 2 EE 140 GSI Page 3 EE 140 GSI Page 4 EE 140 GSI Page 5 EE 140 GSI Page 6 HW3 Monday, February 18, 2013 4:20 PM Solutions Page 1 Solutions Page 2 Solutions Page 3 Solutions Page 4
School: Berkeley
Course: Structure And Interpretation Of Systems And Signals
Problem Set 2 EECS 20N: Structure and Interpretation of Signals and Systems Issued: 11 February 2012 Department of EECS OPTIONAL University of California Berkeley Circumstances Favorable and Unfavorable to Original Ideas It will be fairly clear to the rea
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
YOUR NAME: EE40/43/100 Fall 2011 YOUR SID: K. Skucha V. Lee, YOUR PARTNERS NAME: Lab 6: Filters YOUR PARTNERS SID: Pre-Lab: _/10 Lab: _/90 Total: _/100 Filters Filters LAB 6: Filters ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 40 INTRODUCTION TO MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS Unive
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Course: ELECTRONICS
Lab 5: RC Oscillators EE43/100 Summer 2013 YOUR NAME: YOUR NAME: C. J. Chang-Hasnain YOUR SID: YOUR SID: DESK NUMBER: SOLUTION LAB SECTION: SOLUTION RC Oscillators (Pre-Lab) LAB 5: RC Oscill
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Course: ELECTRONICS
NAME: NAME: Lab 3: Operational Amplifiers EE43/100 Summer 2013 SID: SID: C. J. Chang-Hasnain DESK NUMBER: SOLUTION LAB SECTION: SOLUTION O p e r a t i o n a l A m p l i f i e r s LAB 3: O
School: Berkeley
Course: ELECTRONICS
YOUR NAME: YOUR SID: YOUR NAME: Lab 4: Instrumentation Amplifier YOUR SID: DESK NUMBER: SOLUTION LAB SECTION: SOLUTION Pre-Lab Score: _/40 In-Lab Score: _/60 Total: _/100 I n s t r u m e n
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
EE40 Lab 1: Soldering Practice YOUR NAME: YOUR SID: EE40 Summer 2011 B. Muthuswamy, V. Lee Lab Score: _/100 Soldering Practice Lab 1: Soldering Practice ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 40 INTRODUCTION TO MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS University Of California, Berkeley
School: Berkeley
Course: Signals And Systems
Lab 7: Build your own Shazam 1 Introduction This lab is about using the DFT to do real audio signal processing. In particular, you will build a music recognition tool (like Shazam) in MATLAB. You will start out by experimenting with spectrograms and their
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
Mesh Analysis Behnam Behroozpour Michel M. Maharbiz Vivek Subramanian Mesh-Current Method Step 1: Identify all meshes, and assign each an unknown mesh current. For convenience, use clockwise current Step 2: Set up KVLs for each mesh Step 3: Solve the r
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Course: Signals And Systems
122 LAPLACE TRANSFORM AND CONTINUOUS-TIME LTI SYSTEMS [CHAR 3 1. Causality: For a causal continuous-time LTI system, we have h(t) = 0 t < 0 Since h(t) is a right-sided signal, the corresponding requirement on H(s) is that the ROC of H(s) must be of the fo
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Course: Non Linear Systems - Analysis, Stability, And Control
EE222 Nonlinear Systems: Analysis, Stability, and Control http:/inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/ee222/ Course Outline Professor C. Tomlin Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California at Berkeley Spring 2013 Lecture Informatio
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Course: Hands On Practical Electronics
IEEEs Hands on Practical Electronics (HOPE) Syllabus Day/Time: Wednesday 8:00-10:00PM Location: 125, 140 Cory Hall Website: http:/ieee.berkeley.edu/hope/ Objective: This course is designed to introduce the concepts of electrical engineering to a broad aud
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Course: Signals And Systems
EECS120 Signals and Systems Fall 2014 Instructor: Prof. Ronald Fearing Office Hours (725 Sutardja Dai Hall) Tues 3-4 pm, Thurs. 130-230 pm, or email ronf@eecs for appointment. Teaching Assistants: Timothy Tsai, tjtsai@eecs.berkeley.edu, OH TBA Suchit Bhat
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Course: Introduction To Digital Integrated Circuits
8/15/2014 EE141 (Spring 2010) EE141: Digital Integrated Circuits Spring 2010 WeFr 2:00-3:30pm, 127 Dwinelle Professor Jan Rabaey Quick jump to: Main Page | News Group | Course Information | Instructor Information | Assignments | Projects | Resources | Lab
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EE C125/EE 215A/BIOE C125: Introduction to Robotics Description This course is an introduction to the kinematics, dynamics and control of robot manipulators, as well as robotic vision, sensing and the programming of robots. We'll begin with the forward an
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EE128/ME134 Feedback Control Systems, Fall 2011 Instructor: Prof. Ronald Fearing Office Hours (725 Sutardja Dai Hall) Tues 3-4 pm, Wed 1-2 pm, or email ronf@eecs for appointment. Teaching Assistants: Andrew Tinka, tinka@berkeley.edu , OH: tba 204 Cory Kev
School: Berkeley
Course: Microfabrication Technology
EE143 Microfabrication Technology Spring 2011 Prof. J. Bokor Midterm Exam 2 Name: -=~- Signature: _ SID: _ l' CLOSED BOOK. TWO 8 1/2" X 11" SHEET OF NOTES, AND SCIENTIFIC POCKET CALCULATOR PERMITTED. MAKE SURE THE EXAM PAPER HAS PAGES. DO ALL WORK ON THE
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
HW 2 EE40 Maharbiz Spring 2014 Posted Wednesday 2/5/2014 Due Friday 2/14/2014 1. Select R in the circuit below so that VL = 5 V. 2. Consider the circuit below. Determine the amount of power dissipated in the 3-k resistor. 3. Find I0 in the circuit below.
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
EE 40 Spring 2014 / Homework 2 Solutions Problem 1 Select R in the circuit below so that VL = 5 V. Solution: Multiple application of the source-transformation method leads to the final circuit below. Problem 2 Determine the amount of power dissipated in t
School: Berkeley
Course: Signals And Systems
EE20N: Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals Spring 2014 Lecture 06: February 7 Lecturer: Thomas Courtade 6.1 Scribe: Ka-Kit Lam LTI Systems Time invariance Weve been talking about linear systems. Now lets talk about another system property,
School: Berkeley
Course: Integrated Circuits For Communications
University of California, Berkeley EECS 142/242M Fall 2013 Prof. A. Niknejad Homework 2 Solutions 1. We can neglect gmb since body is tied with source and therefore drain current is not modulated by VBS . (a) Since this is series-series (current-voltage)
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear Integrated Circuits
HW7-P3-Solution Sunday, March 03, 2013 3:39 PM EE 140 GSI Page 1 EE 140 GSI Page 2 HW7-P3-Solution Friday, March 08, 2013 10:26 AM EE 140 GSI Page 1 VDD M4 M3 RB RB Vout Vin1 Vin2 M1 M2 RE VT RE MT EE 140 GSI Page 2 EE 140 GSI Page 3 VCC VT Vin1 Q1 QT Q8
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear Integrated Circuits
HW3-P1-Solution Sunday, February 03, 2013 EE 140 GSI Page 1 EE 140 GSI Page 2 EE 140 GSI Page 3 EE 140 GSI Page 4 EE 140 GSI Page 5 EE 140 GSI Page 6 HW3 Monday, February 18, 2013 4:20 PM Solutions Page 1 Solutions Page 2 Solutions Page 3 Solutions Page 4
School: Berkeley
Course: Structure And Interpretation Of Systems And Signals
Problem Set 2 EECS 20N: Structure and Interpretation of Signals and Systems Issued: 11 February 2012 Department of EECS OPTIONAL University of California Berkeley Circumstances Favorable and Unfavorable to Original Ideas It will be fairly clear to the rea
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear System Theory
EE221A Linear System Theory Problem Set 2 Professor C. Tomlin Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley Fall 2011 Issued 9/8; Due 9/16 All answers must be justied. Problem 1: Linearity. Are the following maps A linear? (a) A(
School: Berkeley
Course: Integrated-Circuits Devices
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences EE 130/230M Spring 2013 Prof. King & Dr. Xu Solution to Homework Assignment #3 Problem 1: Non-Uniformly Doped Semiconductor a) Equilibrium condition
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
Problem 4.28 For the circuit in Fig. P4.28, generate a plot for L as a function of s over the full linear range of s . 20 k 4 k _ vo 4V + vL _ vs + RL + Vcc = 12 V 0.5 V _ Figure P4.28: Circuit for Problem 4.28. Solution: The part of the given circuit to
School: Berkeley
Course: Signals And Systems
EECS 20N: Structure and Interpretation of Signals and Systems Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences U NIVERSITY OF C ALIFORNIA B ERKELEY Problem Set 1 SOLUTIONS HW 1.1 Consider a pair of complex numbers z = a + bi and v = c + di, wher
School: Berkeley
Course: Microfabrication Technology
EE143 Midterm Exam #2 Solutions Problem 1 (a) (i )Let translational error be (xt, yt). After subtracting the translational error, we have: Top x y Right +3 -xt +3 - yt Center 0 0 Left -2 -xt +1 - yt Fall 2003 Bottom Since thermal run out/in error is antis
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
HW 3 due Friday 9/22/2011 EE40 Maharbiz Fall 2011 1. The magnitude of the dependent current source in the circuit of below depends on the current Ix flowing through the 10resistor. Determine Ix. 2. Apply nodal analysis to find node voltages V1 to V3 in th
School: Berkeley
Course: Structure And Interpretation Of Systems And Signals
EECS 20N: Structure and Interpretation of Signals and Systems Problem Set 1 Department of EECS Issued: 26 January 2012 U NIVERSITY OF C ALIFORNIA B ERKELEY Due: 1 February 2012, 5pm I believe that excessive admiration for the work of great minds is one of
School: Berkeley
Course: Signals And Systems
EECS 20N: Structure and Interpretation of Signals and Systems Problem Set 1 Department of EECS Issued: 8 September 2012 U NIVERSITY OF C ALIFORNIA B ERKELEY Due: 14 September 2012, 5pm I believe that excessive admiration for the work of great minds is one
School: Berkeley
Course: Digital Communication Systems
Tuan Le EE 121 - Midterm Solutions Spring 1997 Problem 1 a) False. If X and Y are continuous-valued random variables, then = Z 1 Z 1 1 Z E (X + Y ) = 1 1 Z x 1 (x + y)fX;Y (x; y)dxdy 1 Z1 1 fX;Y (x; y)dydx + Z 1 Z 1 1 y Z 1 1 fX;Y (x; y)dxdy = xfX (x)dx +
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear System Theory
EE221A Problem Set 2 Solutions - Fall 2011 Problem 1. Linearity. a) Linear: A(u(t) + v (t) = u(t) + v (t) = A(u(t) + A(v (t) b) Linear: t e (u(t ) + v (t )d = A(u(t) + v (t) = 0 t e u(t )d + 0 t e u(t )d 0 = A(u(t) + A(v (t) c) Linear: 2 s 2 A(a1 s + b1 s
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
EE40 P4.3 Homework #4 Solution The voltage at t=+infinity is Vs=100V. The time constant of the circuit is = RC = 1mS So the general expression for the voltage across the capacitor would be V (t ) = 100 (100 Vinit )e , t 0 t where Vinit is the voltage acr
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Course: EE227A
UC Berkeley Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science EECS 227A Nonlinear and Convex Optimization Problem Set 2 Fall 2009 Issued: Tuesday, September 8 Due: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 Reading: Sections 1.21.3 of Nonlinear programming by Be
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Course: Microfabrication Technology
EE143 Microfabrication Technology Spring 2012 Prof. J. Bokor Midterm Exam 2 Name: So lu+i 0 (\5 , -=~=-~- Signature: SID: _ - CLOSED BOOK. ONE 8 112" X 11" SHEET OF NOTES, AND SCIENTIFIC POCKET CALCULATOR PERMITTED. MAKE SURE THE EXAM PAPER HAS 10 PAGES.
School: Berkeley
Course: Microfabrication Technology
Midterm Exam #1 Solutions Problem 1 (a) Cross-section along B-B EE143, Fall F2003 Poly-Si Gate oxide Al SiO2 (FOX) p (channel stop) CVD SiO2 p (channel stop) p- substrate (b) Cross-section along C-C Al CVD SiO2 CVD SiO2 SiO2 (FOX) p (channel stop) n+ p (c
School: Berkeley
Course: ELECTRONICS
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Problem Set 3 Due Tuesday, February 12, 2008 B. E. BOSER EE 42 / 100 Spring 2008 In problems you are asked to verify your result with a circ
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 3 Problem 4 Problem 5 Problem 6
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Course: IC Devices
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences EE 130 / EE 230M Spring 2013 Prof. Liu and Dr. Xu Homework Assignment #2 Due at the beginning of class on Thursday, 2/7/13 Problem 1: Density of Sta
School: Berkeley
Course: Integrated Circuits For Communications
Fall 2013 EE142/242A Homework#1 1. Many simple antennas, such as a dipole, are most efficient when they are a significant fraction of the wavelength (quarter or half). (a) For operation at 900 MHz, what is the half-wave dipole length? (b) At 2.4 GHz? (c)
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear System Theory
1. _ _ _ .-L .L-.-L-+- . ) E GCS 2-2-1 Levl-vr'~ L A ( G0A L~ : 0. n j Y1 ~cmU-fk hr 0 a<vu e.,V-, m oj mo~ of fA'lJ il'\J.Lr i1 - cr. O J -. ~ c: . : .'-'. . J .\ O ~ fa '-I1v- b-v- () fA.- tJL a yv~ r Artd ~/T1 w1J) : -mo~J zw - ()( Y1 ~ a ni cfw_!;O'YZ
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear System Theory
EE221A Linear System Theory Problem Set 6 Professor C. Tomlin Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley Fall 2007 Issued 11/6; Due 11/15 Problem 1: Sti Dierential Equations. In the simulation of several engineering systems we
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear Integrated Circuits
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 5:38 PM Solutions Page 1 Solutions Page 2 Solutions Page 3 Solutions Page 4 HW1-P4-Solution Monday, January 14, 2013 11:45 AM EE 140 GSI Page 1 VGS=0.0V VGS=1.5V VGS=3.0V Sat. Region 5 ID (mA) 4 3 2 1 0 0 0.5 1 1.5 VDS (V) EE 1
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Course: IC Devices
2.4 MATLAB Laboratory Experiment on Signals Purpose: This experiment introduces the graphical representation of common signals used in linear systems. Time shifting, time scaling, signal addition, and signal multiplication will also be demonstrated. It is
School: Berkeley
Course: Linear System Theory
1. _ _ _ .-L .L-.-L-+- . ) E GCS 2-2-1 Levl-vr'~ L A ( G0A L~ : 0. n j Y1 ~cmU-fk hr 0 a<vu e.,V-, m oj mo~ of fA'lJ il'\J.Lr i1 - cr. O J -. ~ c: . : .'-'. . J .\ O ~ fa '-I1v- b-v- () fA.- tJL a yv~ r Artd ~/T1 w1J) : -mo~J zw - ()( Y1 ~ a ni cfw_!;O'YZ
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 17.1 Nov 1 Lecturer: TA. Se Yong Park .1 Scribe: Chao Liu This is a review lecture, we go over two problems in the exercise exam: practice midterm 1.1 Prove MMSE practice midterm 1.2 17.1 pract
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 23 November 29 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Lisa Yan This lecture covers: Introduction to Markov Chains A Vector View on Markov Chains 23.1 What are Markov Chains? So far, the random phen
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 22 November 22 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Kevin Shih This lecture covers: Review of the AEP Bernoulli Process Poisson Process 22.1 Review of the AEP Recall from 11/15s lecture we deriv
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 20 November 15 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Soi Lon, Lei This lecture covers: The Weak Law of Large Numbers 99% of the time! Central Limit Theorem 20.1 Introduction In this lecture, we a
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 19 November 10 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Cherno Bounds and Transition to CLT Scribe: Jared Porter This lecture covers: Last Time Actual Probability vs. Approximations Cherno Bound K-L Diverg
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Lecture 18 November 15 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Fall 2011 Scribe: Brian Lin This lecture covers: Law of Large Numbers Intro to Central Limit Theorem Markov Inequality Proof of Weak Law of Large Numbers Law of La
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Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 17.5 November 1 Lecturer: GSI Se Yong Park .5 Scribe: Min Su Chung This lecture covers: Minimum Mean Square Error (MMSE) Linear Least Squares Estimation (LLSE) 17.1 Minimum Mean Square Error (MM
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Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 17: 10/27/11 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Brian Suh This lecture covers: General 2D Case n-dimensional Gaussian 17.1 Recap In the last lecture, we dened that two random variables X and Y
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Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 15 October 20 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Yin Huang This lecture covers: Gaussian random variables continued: Gaussian in 2 dimensions 15.1 Gaussian random variables continued Recall that
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Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 14 October 18 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Andrew Lee This lecture covers: The Gaussian Random Variable Derivation Properties The Standard Normal 14.1 The Gaussian Random Variable This
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Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 13 October 13 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Ziang Xie This lecture covers: Moment Generating Function (continued) Estimation and Iterated Expectations 13.1 Recap Thus far we have been anal
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 10 September 29 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Kenrick Lam This lecture covers: Information about the rst midterm Continuation of the discussion of conditioning on continuous random variabl
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 12 October 11 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Charles Lee This lecture covers: Midterm thoughts Transforms 12.1 Midterm thoughts Students gave opinions about what they thought of the midterm
School: Berkeley
Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 9 September 22 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai Scribe: Lisa Yan This lecture covers: Mixed Random Variables CDFs Limits of Distribution Functions 9.1 Mixed Random Variables For this lecture we will
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Course: Probability And Random Processes
EE 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 7 September 15 Lecturer: Prof. Anant Sahai 7.1 Scribe: Anuran Makur Agenda This lecture covers: Review of probability mass function, expectation and variance Conditioning discrete random variabl
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Course: Probability And Random Processes
EECS 126: Probability and Random Processes Fall 2011 Lecture 8 September 20 Lecturer: Anant Sahai Scribe: Ern Sheong Lin This lecture covers: Continuous Random Variables Mixed Random Variables 8.1 Introduction While discrete random variables are useful
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Course: EE227A
Notes Optimization Models EE 127 / EE 227AT Laurent El Ghaoui EECS department UC Berkeley Spring 2015 Sp15 1 / 15 Notes LECTURE 17 Geometric Programs There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres. Pythagoras
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Course: EE227A
Notes Optimization Models EE 127 / EE 227AT Laurent El Ghaoui EECS department UC Berkeley Spring 2015 Sp15 1 / 31 Notes LECTURE 16 Semidenite Programming Models Theory is when you know something, but it doesnt work. Practice is when something works, but y
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Course: EE227A
Notes Optimization Models EE 127 / EE 227AT Laurent El Ghaoui EECS department UC Berkeley Spring 2015 Sp15 1 / 18 Notes LECTURE 6 Linear Equations One pint of good wine costs 50 gold pieces, while one pint of poor wine costs 10. Two pints of wine are boug
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Course: EE227A
Notes Optimization Models EE 127 / EE 227AT Laurent El Ghaoui EECS department UC Berkeley Spring 2015 Sp15 1 / 20 Notes LECTURE 18 Subgradients The gradient does not exist, implying that the function may have kinks or corner points, and thus cannot be app
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EE 42/100, Summer 2011 The Midterm Name: THE SOLUTIONS SID: 08675309 SCORES: Q1 4 / 25 Q2 8 / 20 Q3 15 / 25 Q4 16 / 15 Q5 23 / 15 TOTAL 42 / 100 1 Figure 1: (a) Find ix in this circuit. (b) If we insert an ammeter into the original circuit and measure ix
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Midterm 2 EE4O Fall 2 0 14 NAME: Instructions Read all of the instructions and all of the questions before beginning the exam. There are 4 problems in this exam. The total score is 100 points. Points are given next to each problem to help you allocate tim
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HW 5 Behroozpour Summer 2015 Posted: Wed 7/15/2015 Due: Wed 7/22/2015 - 5pm 1. The voltage source in the following circuit is a periodic signal generator with a triangular waveform as sh
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HW 2 EE40 Maharbiz Spring 2014 Posted Wednesday 2/5/2014 Due Friday 2/14/2014 1. Select R in the circuit below so that VL = 5 V. 2. Consider the circuit below. Determine the amount of power dissipated in the 3-k resistor. 3. Find I0 in the circuit below.
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EE 40 Spring 2014 / Homework 2 Solutions Problem 1 Select R in the circuit below so that VL = 5 V. Solution: Multiple application of the source-transformation method leads to the final circuit below. Problem 2 Determine the amount of power dissipated in t
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Problem 4.28 For the circuit in Fig. P4.28, generate a plot for L as a function of s over the full linear range of s . 20 k 4 k _ vo 4V + vL _ vs + RL + Vcc = 12 V 0.5 V _ Figure P4.28: Circuit for Problem 4.28. Solution: The part of the given circuit to
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EE40 P4.3 Homework #4 Solution The voltage at t=+infinity is Vs=100V. The time constant of the circuit is = RC = 1mS So the general expression for the voltage across the capacitor would be V (t ) = 100 (100 Vinit )e , t 0 t where Vinit is the voltage acr
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Problem 5.33 After having been in position 1 for a long time, the switch in the circuit of Fig. P5.33 was moved to position 2 at t = 0. Given that V0 = 12 V, R1 = 30 k, R2 = 120 k, R3 = 60 k, and C = 100 F, determine: (a) iC (0 ) and C (0 ) (b) iC (0) and
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HW 3 EE40 Maharbiz Spring 2014 Posted Wednesday 2/12/2014 Due Friday 2/21/2014 1. Consider the circuit shown below. (a) How many extraordinary nodes does it have? (b) How many independent meshes does it have? (c) The values of how many of those mesh curre
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HW 8 EE40 Maharbiz Spring 2014 Posted Saturday 4/5/2014 Due Friday 4/11/2014 1. Determine the equivalent impedance: (a) Z1 at 1000 Hz (b) Z2 at 500 Hz (c) Z3 at = 106 rad/s (d) Z4 at = 105 rad/s (e) Z5 at = 2000 rad/s 2. In the circuit below, what should
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EE221A Linear System Theory Problem Set 2 Professor C. Tomlin Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley Fall 2007 Issued 9/18; Due 9/27 Problem 1: Useful properties of eigenvalues. Let A Rnm , B Rmn and let n m. Observe that
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EE229A Spring 2011 HW6 solutions Solution to Problem 1 (a) If X is the range of values that X takes on with non-zero probability, then E[X] = x Pr(X = x) xX If for all x X , x > E(X), then the R.H.S. is greater than E[X], a contradiction. Hence, there exi
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Problem 9.16 Determine the voltage transfer function H( ) corresponding to the Bode magnitude plot shown in Fig. P9.16. The phase of H( ) is 90 at = 0. M [dB] 60 dB 40 dB 20 dB 0 0.5 5 50 500 (rad/s) Figure P9.16: Bode magnitude plot for Problem 9.16. So
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EE 140 ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS SPRING 2011 C. Nguyen PROBLEM SET #3 Solutions 1. Fig. 3.1 shows the schematic Fig. 3.1 (a) . 1.08 . 10 1.07 . 5.1 . 10.6 . 1.04 1.05 , 10 1.13 , 1.13 0.7 0.43 1.03 , 1 Thus all transistors are operating at (b) 1.07 4.5
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Problem 7.37 Determine the Th venin equivalent of the circuit in Fig. P7.37 at e terminals (a, b), given that vs (t ) = 12 cos 2500t V, is (t ) = 0.5 cos(2500t 30 ) A. 5 4 mH + _ vs(t) 4 mH a is(t) 80 F 10 b Figure P7.37: Circuit for Problem 7.37. Soluti
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YOUR NAME: EE40/43/100 Fall 2011 YOUR SID: K. Skucha V. Lee, YOUR PARTNERS NAME: Lab 6: Filters YOUR PARTNERS SID: Pre-Lab: _/10 Lab: _/90 Total: _/100 Filters Filters LAB 6: Filters ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 40 INTRODUCTION TO MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS Unive
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EE40 Lab 1: Soldering Practice YOUR NAME: YOUR SID: EE40 Summer 2011 B. Muthuswamy, V. Lee Lab Score: _/100 Soldering Practice Lab 1: Soldering Practice ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 40 INTRODUCTION TO MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS University Of California, Berkeley
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Lab 7: Build your own Shazam 1 Introduction This lab is about using the DFT to do real audio signal processing. In particular, you will build a music recognition tool (like Shazam) in MATLAB. You will start out by experimenting with spectrograms and their
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Lab 5: RC Oscillators YOUR NAME: EE40/43/100 Fall 2011 YOUR SID: M. Maharbiz, V. Lee YOUR PARTNERS NAME: YOUR PARTNERS SID: Pre-Lab Score: _/40 In-Lab Score: _/60 Total: _/100 RC Oscillators LAB 5: RC Oscillators ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 40/43/100 INTRODUCT
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences EE105 Lab Experiments Experiment 1: Non-Ideal Op-Amps Contents 1 Introduction 1 2 Pre-Lab 2.1 DC Open Loop Transfer Characteristic . . .
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EE40, Summer 2015 Final Project Guideline Logistics During the last three sessions of the lab, you will complete the final course project by adding some extra feature(s) to your robot. This guideline will provide a clear roadmap and answer most of the que
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HW 1 Behroozpour Summer 2015 Posted: Wed 6/17/2015 Due: Fri 6/26/2015 - 11pm 1. A device is designed to deplete all the electrons in a 1cm3 piece of copper in 1 hour. How much average current it should be able to provide? (10pt) 2. If the current flowing
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YOUR NAME: YOUR SID: YOUR PARTNERS NAME: Lab 4: Instrumentation Amplifier YOUR PARTNERS SID: STATION NUMBER: LAB SECTION: Pre-Lab GSI Sign-off Pre-Lab Score: _/40 In-Lab Score: _/60
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YOUR NAME: Spring 2013 EE43/100 YOUR SID: YOUR PARTNERS NAME: Lab 6: Filters YOUR PARTNERS SID: STATION NUMBER: LAB SECTION: Filters Pre-Lab GSI Sign-Off: LAB 6: Filters ELECTRICAL ENGIN
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Course: ELECTRONICS
NAME: NAME: Lab 3: Operational Amplifiers EE43/100 Fall 2013 SID: SID: M. Maharbiz, V. Subramanian STATION NUMBER: LAB SECTION: Pre-Lab GSI Sign-off Operational Amplifiers LAB
School: Berkeley
Course: ELECTRONICS
YOUR NAME: YOUR SID: YOUR PARTNERS NAME: Lab 5: RC Oscillators YOUR PARTNERS SID: EE43/100 Spring 2013 Kris Pister STATION NUMBER: LAB SECTION: Pre-Lab GSI Sign-Off: RC Oscillators LAB
School: Berkeley
Course: ELECTRONICS
Lab 2: Resistive Circuits EE43/100 Spring 2013 V. Lee, L. Dai, H. Kawana NAME: SID: NAME: SID: STATION NUMBER: LAB SECTION: Pre-Lab: _/46 Lab: _/54 Total: _/100 Resistive Circuits
School: Berkeley
Course: Hands On Practical Electronics
Lab 2: Resistors and LEDs Names: Your first goal today is to find the following resistors and build the following circuit on a bread board. R1: 100Ohms R2: 1kOhms R3: 100Ohms R4: 3.9kOhms R5: 1.5kOhms R6: 300Ohms R7: 4.7kOhms Using the Power Supply, set V
School: Berkeley
Course: Hands On Practical Electronics
Lab 9: CMOS Logic Names: Experiment 1: As mentioned last week, more complex logic operations are implemented with CMOS (both N- and PMOS transistors). However, it's kind of tricky implement CMOS logic with discrete transistors on a breadboard. Luckily, lo
School: Berkeley
Course: Hands On Practical Electronics
Lab 3: Resistor Calculations Names: Calculated: Calculated: Measured: Measured: Calculated: Measured: Fun Permutations: Using only 100 resistors in any combination, how would you get the following equivalent resistances? Draw the circuits out below and th
School: Berkeley
Course: Hands On Practical Electronics
Lab 7: Breadboards, Solar Cells Names: Experiment 1 : Get comfortable building circuits on breadboards! If you have any doubts, build the following resistive network and verify the following node voltages via the digital multimeter: A ~ 2.5V, B ~ 1.25V, C
School: Berkeley
Course: Hands On Practical Electronics
Names: Lab 8: NMOS Transistors Experiment 1: MOS transistors can be used as voltage controlled switches, i.e. they act like a wire when a certain voltage is applied to the gate and act like an open circuit when a different voltage is applied to the gate.
School: Berkeley
Course: Hands On Practical Electronics
Names: Lab 6: Relaxation Oscillator Experiment 1: Consider the relaxation oscillator schematic below (and the op amp pin diagram on the back): 2 1 1 Let C = 1uF, R1 = 1k. Note that audible frequencies are those in the range 20Hz 20kHz. With this in mind,
School: Berkeley
Course: Hands On Practical Electronics
Names: Lab 5:Amplifiers Experiment 1: Dr. Seuss needs your help! His dear cat (who was wearing a hat) took a mighty fall and the cats hat fell off. Due to the shock from losing his precious hat, the cat had an acute myocardial infarction! Dr. Seuss needs
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Course: Hands On Practical Electronics
Lab 4: Capacitors Names: Diodes are semiconductor devices that only allow current to flow when the voltage drop across the device is positive. We model diodes as plain wires when they allow current to flow and broken circuits when they don't. LEDs (light
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
EE40 Robot Layout 9V Battery DC motor DC motor 6484 Voltage Regulator (1) LM1086 (2) 10 F caps Photocells + comparators (6) 2.7 k resistors (2) photocells (1) LMC6484 (2/4 amps) (2) indicator LEDs - optional (2) 300 current-limiting resistors Speaker buff
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Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
EE40, Spring 2015 Final Project Guideline Logistics In the last three sessions of the lab you will complete the final course project by adding some extra feature(s) to your robot. This guideline will provide a clear roadmap and answer most of the question
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
Vout (V) 0.2130 0.2130 0.2130 0.2130 0.2130 0.2130 0.2130 0.2130 0.2130 0.2170 0.2130 0.2050 0.1970 0.1730 0.1210 0.0680 0.0320 0.0280 0.0300 0.0280 0.0280 Gain (Linear) 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0383 1.0390 1.0847 1
School: Berkeley
Course: Introduction To Microelectronic Circuits
Mesh Analysis Behnam Behroozpour Michel M. Maharbiz Vivek Subramanian Mesh-Current Method Step 1: Identify all meshes, and assign each an unknown mesh current. For convenience, use clockwise current Step 2: Set up KVLs for each mesh Step 3: Solve the r
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Course: Signals And Systems
122 LAPLACE TRANSFORM AND CONTINUOUS-TIME LTI SYSTEMS [CHAR 3 1. Causality: For a causal continuous-time LTI system, we have h(t) = 0 t < 0 Since h(t) is a right-sided signal, the corresponding requirement on H(s) is that the ROC of H(s) must be of the fo
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Course: Signals And Systems
1 Notes 17 largely plagiarized by %khc 1 Laplace Transforms The Fourier transform allowed us to determine the frequency content of a signal, and the Fourier transform of an impulse response gave us the frequency response of a system. Likewise, the Laplace
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Course: Signals And Systems
1 Notes 10 largely plagiarized by %khc 1 Some Ideal Systems Four major ideal systems that we will encounter all over the place are the ideal wire, the ideal differentiator, the ideal integrator, and the ideal delay. Their impulse and frequency responses a
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Course: Microelectronic And Devices
EE105 Fall 2014 Microelectronic Devices and Circuits Prof. Ming C. Wu wu@eecs.berkeley.edu 511 Sutardja Dai Hall (SDH) Lecture19-Review of Single Transistor Amplifiers 1 Terminal Resistance of Generally Loaded Transistors RC RD RB RG BJT MOSFET RE Re = RS
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Course: Designing Information Devices And Systeems I
EECS 16A Spring 2015 Designing Information Devices and Systems I Discussion 3W Vector Spaces Let (V, F) be a vector space. To qualify as a vector space, the set V and the operations of addition and multiplication must adhere to a number axioms. Let u, v a
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Course: Designing Information Devices And Systeems I
EECS 16A Spring 2015 Designing Information Devices and Systems I Discussion 3F 1. Intersection of Subspaces Given a vector space (V, F), a non-empty subset W of V that is closed under addition and multiplication, such that (W, F) is a vector space itself,
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Course: Designing Information Devices And Systeems I
EECS 16A Spring 2015 Designing Information Devices and Systems I Discussion 4W Hamming Code Hamming code is the rst type of error-correcting codes, and is still used in transmission (e.g. WiFi) and storage (e.g. ash memory). It is a linear binary block co
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Course: Designing Information Devices And Systeems I
EECS 16A Spring 2015 Designing Information Devices and Systems I Discussion 6W Take the case of rectangular wire and go over how resistance varies between different faces 1. Series and Parallel Resistance Derive the effective resistance when two resistors
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Course: Designing Information Devices And Systeems I
EECS 16A Spring 2015 Designing Information Devices and Systems I Discussion 2F 1. Property of a norm We know that if f : v R is a norm, then f ( x) = | | f (x). Prove this. 2. True or False? Can three vectors in the R2 plane have u v < 0 and v w < 0 and u
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Course: Designing Information Devices And Systeems I
EECS 16A Spring 2015 Designing Information Devices and Systems I Discussion 2W Charge Unit of charge is Coulomb. Charge can either be positive or negative. Charge of an electron is e = 1.6 1019 C. Law of conservation of charge: charge can neither be c
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Course: Designing Information Devices And Systeems I
EECS 16A Spring 2015 Designing Information Devices and Systems I Discussion 6F 1. Wheatstone bridge 60 15 18V I1 I2 10 I5 3 12 I3 I4 Determine all the branch currents. EECS 16A, Spring 2015, Discussion 6F 1 2. Circuits to matrices! Following the node meth
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Course: Designing Information Devices And Systeems I
EECS 16A Spring 2015 Designing Information Devices and Systems I Discussion 4W 1. Invertible? Determine if the following matrices are invertible. If they are, what is the inverse? (a) 1 2 2 4 (b) 2 1 2 3 (c) 0.8 0.3 0.2 0.7 2. Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
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Course: SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS
1734 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES, VOL. 52, NO. 8, AUGUST 2005 Transport Effects on Signal Propagation in Quantum Wires Sayeef Salahuddin, Mark Lundstrom, Fellow, IEEE, and Supriyo Datta, Fellow, IEEE Abstract-Currently, nanowire-based circuits a
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Course: Non Linear Systems - Analysis, Stability, And Control
EE222 Nonlinear Systems: Analysis, Stability, and Control http:/inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/ee222/ Course Outline Professor C. Tomlin Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California at Berkeley Spring 2013 Lecture Informatio
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Course: Hands On Practical Electronics
IEEEs Hands on Practical Electronics (HOPE) Syllabus Day/Time: Wednesday 8:00-10:00PM Location: 125, 140 Cory Hall Website: http:/ieee.berkeley.edu/hope/ Objective: This course is designed to introduce the concepts of electrical engineering to a broad aud
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Course: Signals And Systems
EECS120 Signals and Systems Fall 2014 Instructor: Prof. Ronald Fearing Office Hours (725 Sutardja Dai Hall) Tues 3-4 pm, Thurs. 130-230 pm, or email ronf@eecs for appointment. Teaching Assistants: Timothy Tsai, tjtsai@eecs.berkeley.edu, OH TBA Suchit Bhat
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Course: Introduction To Digital Integrated Circuits
8/15/2014 EE141 (Spring 2010) EE141: Digital Integrated Circuits Spring 2010 WeFr 2:00-3:30pm, 127 Dwinelle Professor Jan Rabaey Quick jump to: Main Page | News Group | Course Information | Instructor Information | Assignments | Projects | Resources | Lab
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EE C125/EE 215A/BIOE C125: Introduction to Robotics Description This course is an introduction to the kinematics, dynamics and control of robot manipulators, as well as robotic vision, sensing and the programming of robots. We'll begin with the forward an
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EE128/ME134 Feedback Control Systems, Fall 2011 Instructor: Prof. Ronald Fearing Office Hours (725 Sutardja Dai Hall) Tues 3-4 pm, Wed 1-2 pm, or email ronf@eecs for appointment. Teaching Assistants: Andrew Tinka, tinka@berkeley.edu , OH: tba 204 Cory Kev
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Course: ELECTRONICS
EE 100 42 43 Spring 2011 Course Information Welcome! My name is Kameshwar, and I will teach you EE 100 42 43 this semester. EE 42 is the lecture component of the course for L&S majors in Computer Scien
School: Berkeley
Course: SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS
University of California, Berkeley Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences EE230: DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING INFORMATION SHEET Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays: 11:00 am 12:30 pm 140 Barrows Hall Lecturer: Sayeef Salahuddin 550C Cory Hal
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Course: Signals And Systems
EE 20N: Structure and Interpretation of Signals and Systems, Fall 2013 ORIENTATION Signals convey information. Systems transform signals. This course introduces the mathematical models used to design and understand both. It is intended for students intere
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Course: Linear Integrated Circuits
EE 140 ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS SPRING 2011 C. Nguyen DETAILED COURSE SYLLABUS (TENTATIVE) The following comprises a tentative syllabus describing the material to be covered in this course. Material to be covered for each dated lecture is indicated alon
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Course: Microelectronic Devices And Circuits
COURSE SYLLABUS AND TENTATIVE SCHEDULE SPRING 2013 Text Book: Fundamentals of Microelectronics by Behzad Razavi, Wiley Press, January 2008. Week Date Lecture 1 1/23 1 1/25 2 1/28 3 1/30 4 2/1 5 2/4 6 2/6 7 2/8 8 2/11 9 2 3 4 2/13 16 17 3/8 3/11 19 21 3/20
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Course: Microelectronic And Devices
EE-105-Fall-2011 COURSE SYLLABUS AND TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FALL 2010 Week Day Lecture Date 1 1 1 8/25 Introduction. Basic Semiconductor Physics: charge carriers, doping, 1, 2.1 2 2 2 8/30 2.2 3 3 9/1 carrier drift & diffusion. pn Junction Diodes: electrostat