EE6367 Homework #1
Instructor: Q. Liang,
Assigned Date: Sept 12, 2013
Fall 2013
Due Date: Sept 19, 2013
1. For an MISO system with M transmit antennas and Space-Time Block Codes design, if
real orthogonal design with generation matrix G, and STBC codes C
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EE6367 MIDTERM EXAM
Thursday, October 2, 2014
11:00am 12:20pm
Instructions:
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To understand the Viterbi decoding algorithm, it is convenient to expand the state
diagram of the encoder in time, that is, to represent each time unit with a separate
state diagram. The resulting structure is a trell
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EE6367 MIDTERM EXAM
Thursday, October 2, 2014
11:00am 12:20pm
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EE6367 MIDTERM-II EXAM B
(For ETV Students)
Monday, November 24, 2008
1:00pm 2:20pm
Instructions:
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Open book exam.
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EE6367 Homework #1
Instructor: Q. Liang,
Assigned Date: Sept 15, 2015
Fall 2015
Due Date: Sept 22, 2015
1. Given the following STTC scheme,
STTC Scheme: Four-state STTC, 1bit/s using BPSK
(a) What are the transmitted symbols from each antenna for the foll
EE6367 Homework #2
Instructor: Q. Liang,
Assigned Date: October 5, 2015
Fall 2015
Due Date: October 8, 2015
In the lecture, we covered STBC decoding for real-orthogonal design. For complex orthogonal
design, its very similar. Please refer to Hamid Jafarkh
University of Texas at Arlington
Engineering Center for Distance Education
Exam Cover Sheet
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EE6367 FINAL EXAM
Monday, December 11, 2005
11:00am 1:00pm
Instructions:
Verify that your exam contains 13 pages (including the cover page).
Closed book, lecture notes, homeworks, and any written notes, only two pieces of
letter-siz
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EE6367 MIDTERM-II EXAM
(For Remote Students)
Thursday, November 21, 2012
11:00am 12:20pm
Instructions:
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EE6367 FINAL EXAM
Monday, December 11, 2005
11:00am 1:00pm
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Closed book, lecture notes, homeworks, and any written notes, only two pieces of
letter-siz
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EE6367 MIDTERM-II EXAM
B
(For ETV Students)
Thursday, December 1, 2011
11:00am 12:20pm
Instructions:
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Open book exam.
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EE6364 Advanced Data Networks
Mid Term Exam 2
November 14, 2005
1. (60 points)
Answer the following questions in the space provided. Be brief and concise.
(a) A company has 960 employees. How many class C network addresses are
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EE6364 Advanced Data Networks
Final Exam
December 7, 2009
1. (50 points)
Answer the following questions in the space provided. Be brief and concise.
(a)
A host in an organization has an IP address 150.32.64.34 and a subnet
mask 255
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EE6364 Advanced Data Networks
Final Exam
December 6, 2010
1. (50 points) *Use the space provided below each question to write down your
answers*
(a) Identify the address class of the following IPv4 addresses: (1) 125.211.25.184;
(2
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EE6364 Advanced Data Networks
Final Exam
December 8, 2006
1. (50 points)
Answer the following questions in the space provided. Be brief and concise.
(a) Identify the address class of the following IP addresses: (i) 201.99.23.88; (i
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EE6364 Advanced Data Networks
Final Exam
December 9, 2013
1. (50 points)
Answer the following questions in the space provided. Be brief and concise.
(a)
A company has 150 employees and has obtained a class C IPv4
addresses, 195.12.
Whites, EE 320
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We saw in the previous lecture that Zener diodes can be used in
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voltage regulatio
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Up to this point in your career as an ECE student, youve been
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(and
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Page 1 of 8
Lecture 10: Bipolar Junction Transistor
Construction. NPN Physical Operation.
For the remainder of this semester we will be studying
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The transistor is a three terminal device: prob
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Page 1 of 9
Lecture 8: Peak Rectifiers.
The output of the rectifier circuits discussed in the last lecture is
pulsating significantly with time. Hence, its not useful as the
output from a DC power supply.
One way to reduce this ri
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA
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