Analog Integrated Circuits
Lecture 5: Current Sources and
Current Mirrors
ELC 601 Fall 2013
Dr. Ahmed Nader
Dr. Mohamed M. Aboudina
anader@ieee.org
maboudina@gmail.com
Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering
Faculty of Engineering Cairo U
ELC601- Analog
Circuits
Part II
Brief Course Outline (Part II)
Week #
Topics
1,2
Band gap and regulators
3,4
VGAs and Trans-linear Circuits
5,6
PLLs & CDRs
Instructor: Dr. Mohamed Youssef
Contact info: youssef@ieee.org
Mark distribution (25 marks):
10
Cairo University
Faculty of Engineering
Giza Campus
Department of Electronics and
Communications Engineering
ELC 405b Spring 2014
EXERCISE I: ANTENNA ARRAYS
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Cairo University
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Giza Campus
Department of Electronics and
Communications Engineering
ELC 405b Spring 2014
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A shortwave transmitter launches a radio wave a
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ECEN 303: Homework 8 Solutions
Problem 1:
Let Xi denote the ith experimental value of X. Let Z = X1 +X2 +X3 +X4 , so that Z is the random
variable whose value we observe. For notation, let fZ|H0 (z|H0 ) denote the conditional PDF of Z
given that H0 is tru
ECEN 303: Homework 9 Solutions
Problem 1:
(1) Let M denote the sum of NA and NB . We can nd the PMF of M by convolving the PMFs
of NA and NB . But we just need the probability M = 3, so it is easier to simply do an explicit
enumeration in this case
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Due by noon on April 27, 2012 in ZEC 241.
Problem 1: (18 points) Let X1 , X2 , . . . be independent, identically distributed random variables
with (unknown but finite) mean and positive variance. For i = 1, 2, . . . ,
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Due by noon on Friday, April 20, 2012 in ZEC 241.
Problem 1: (18 points) The Markov chain with transition probabilities listed below is in state 3
immediately before the first trial.
p1,1 = p2,2 = 0.4, p1,2 = p2,1 = 0.6,
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Due by noon on Friday, April 13, 2012 in ZEC 241.
Problem 1: (21 points) The hitherto uncaught burglar is hiding in city A (with a priori probability
0.3) or in city B (with a priori probability 0.6), or he has left the
ECEN 303: Eighth Problem Assignment
Due by noon on Friday, March 30, 2012 in ZEC 241.
Problem 1: (17 points) A random variable X is known to be the sum of K independent and
identically distributed exponential random variables, each with an expected value
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Due in ZEC 241 by noon on Friday, March 23, 2012.
Probiem ‘i: (24 points) Random' variables X and Y are independent and are described by the
probability density functions fx(x) and fY (y)
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Due in ZEC 241 by noon on Friday, March 9, 2012.
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pendently of whether he piayed on any other week. Each time he plays, he has
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Due in ZEC 241 by noon on February 24, 2012.
Problem 1: (24 points) Discrete random variable X is described by the PMF
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, if x = 0, 1, 2
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for all other values of x
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Please give to Ms. Gayle Travis in ZEC 241 by noon on Feb. 10, 2012.
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in forest B (with a priori prohability 0.6). If the
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Due in ZEC 241 by noon on Friday, February 17, 2012.
Problem 1: (25 points) Joe and Helen each know that the a priori probability that her mother
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Please give to Ms. Gayle Travis in ZEC 241 by noon on Fri. Feb 3, 2012.
Problem 1: (30 points) Bo and Cl are the only two people who will enter the Rover Dog Food
jingle contest. Only one entry is allowed per contestant
ECEN 303: First Problem Assignment
Due in class at the beginning of lecture on Thursday, January 26, 2012.
Problem 1: (15 points) Fully explain your answers to the following questions.
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