Lecture 2:Pipelined Processors
Dr. Zhaohui Wang
Texas A&M University - Kingsville
EEEN 5321 Digital Computer Design
Fall 2015
1
Introduction
Pipelining is a powerful implementation technique
for enhancing system throughput without
requiring massive repli
Lecture 1: Processor Design
Dr. Zhaohui Wang
Texas A&M University Kingsville
EEEN 5321 Digital Computer Design
Fall 2016
1
Introduction
Microprocessors are instruction set processors (ISPs)
Evolution of Microprocessors
2
Moores Law
Cramming More Compon
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
EEEN 5321-002 Digital Computer Design
Fall 2016
Meeting:
Lecture: TR 09:30 am-10:45 am, ENGC 109
Instructor Information
Dr. Zhaohui Wang
Office: EC208
Email: zhaohui
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Assignment 6 EE 3320/5320
Digital Communications
Submission on
16/09/2013
1) Plot the modified Bessel function I0 (x) with respect to x using the builtin function in sagemath.
What do you observe?
2) Plot the simulation and analytical results for noncoh
1
Assignment 9 EE 3320/5320
Digital Communications
Submission on
24/10/2013
1) Verify the results of Quiz 15 and 16 using SAGEMATH.
2) Implement any algorithm that you know for generating hamming codes of arbitrary size.
1
Assignment 1 EE 3320/5320
Digital Communications
Submission on
12/08/13
Contact TAs Sree Charan Teja Reddy (M.Tech), Anugu Rathnakar (M.Tech) and Sachin Kumar (B.Tech
final year) for help with installation.
1) Install Ubuntu on your laptop (if you have
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Assignment 4 EE 3320/5320
Submission on
Digital Communications
Note: This assignment is not to be submitted. It is meant for gaining some useful insights.
1) Given two orthonormal pulses 1 and 2 , verify that the noise outputs of the filters matched to
1
Assignment 8 EE 3320/5320
Digital Communications
Submission on
10/10/2013
1) Prove Chernoff bound for the Q-function.
2)
3)
4)
5)
1 x2
(1)
Q (x) e 2 .
2
Find the modulation schemes used in digital video broadcast (DVB), 2G, 3G and 4G-LTE cellular
system
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Assignment 7 EE 3320/5320
Digital Communications
1)
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3)
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Submission on
After 27/09/2013
Verify the simulation and approximate analytical SER for 8-PSK.
Repeat the exercise for 16-PSK.
Plot the approximate SER for 8, 16,32 and 64 PSK on the same grap
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Assignment 3 EE 3320/5320
Digital Communications
Submission on
26/08/13
Note: The mpmath,numpy and scipy python libraries would be useful in SAGEMATH. Use of SAGEMATH is mandatory. Mr. Sachin Kumar (B.Tech final year) will evaluate the assignment.
1) Co
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Assignment 2 EE 3320/5320
Digital Communications
Submission on
19/08/13
Note: The mpmath,numpy and scipy python libraries would be useful in SAGEMATH. Use of SAGEMATH is mandatory. Mr. Sachin Kumar (B.Tech final year) will evaluate the assignment.
1) Pl
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Assignment 5 EE 3320/5320
Digital Communications
Submission on
11/09/2013
Note: Only the first problem is to be submitted. Interested students may discuss the solutions of the
other problems with me.
1) For two equiprobable, equienergy pulses g1 (t) and
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Fall 1998
One formula sheet allowed. All problems carry equal weight.
Given: November 23, 1998
Problem 1:
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Spring 1998
One formula sheet allowed. All problems carry equal weight.
Given: April 16, 1998
Problem 1:
Consider binary signaling through an additive white Gaussian noise channel. The spectral density of the
noise is known from
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Final
Georghiades
Given: May 7, 1997.
All problems carry equal weight.
1. Consider the design of a radio frequency digital communication system which will be used
to communicate analog video signals of bandwidth 4MHz. Towards this end, the signals
EE 455 Sample Test 1
In-class, closed-book, closed notes
1. For a low-pass signal with bandwith 6KHz, what is the minimum sampling frequency
and the value of K for perfect reconstruction, if the reconstruction filter has the
following frequency response:
EE 455 Test 1 Spring 1998
Instructor: C.N. Georghiades
In-class, closed-book, closed notes, one formula sheet allowed.
1. The spectrum of a low-pass, bandlimited signal is shown in the figure below:
X(f )
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f , KHz
If the signal is sampled 20% above
EE 455
Test 2
Fall 1997
Closed-book
Given: April 22, 1997
Problem 1:
Consider signaling over an additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel of spectral density
N0 2 :
r (t ) = si (t ) + n(t ), i = 1,2,3,4, 0 t T .
The four modulation signals are as descr
EE 455
Solution to Test # 1
Georghiades
Given: October 16, 2003
Closed-book, closed notes. One formula sheet allowed.
1. A source, modelled by a stationary stochastic process X (t), is known to have a power-spectral
density bandlimited to 10KHz and amplit
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