(#9): Chap 7: Questions 2,6,7,11,12;
(2) Because a perfect ground has the same potential anywhere along its length, with no potential
difference between any two points. A real ground has resistance, inductance, and capacitance that result
in some potentia
Alexis Acevedo
HW #11
Chap 10: Questions 1,3,5,7,8,9;
(1) The big difference between analog and digital waves. Analog waves are smooth and continuous,
digital waves are stepping, square, and discrete. It means analog is more precise but requires more
band
IT 318 - Lab #1
Ohm's Law and Series Circuits
Objective
The objective of this lab is to give students a chance to observe the basic relationship
described by Ohm's Law and the basic relationships of combining loads in series.
Equipment Required
For this l
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IT 318 - Lab 4
Fixed Resistors and Potentiometers
Objective
The objective of this lab is to give students a chance to observe the materials and
processes used in manufacturing fixed resistors and potentiometers.
Equipment Required
For this lab, you
IT 318 - Lab #9
IC Packaging
Objective
The objective of this lab is to give students a chance to observe some of the IC packages and
processes used in the IC manufacturing industry, and to describe your observations.
Equipment Required
The stereo zoom mic
IT 318 - Lab #2
Parallel Circuits and the Power Formula
Objective
The objective of this lab is to give students a chance to observe the basic relationships of
combining loads in parallel, and to observe the relationship described by the power formula.
Equ
IT 318 - Lab #3
Electronic Test and Measuring Equipment
Objective
The objective of this lab is to experience some of the problems associated with using electronic
test and measuring equipment, and to gain experience using the oscilloscope and function gen
IT 318 Supplementary Material
Chapter 6
IT 318 SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL
CHAPTER 6
Digital Communications
V. 2016
BARRY M. LUNT
Brigham Young University
1
IT 318 Supplementary Material
Chapter 6
Table of Contents
Chapter 6: Digital Communications .3
6-1
Over
Alexis Acevedo
HW #11
Chap 10: Questions 1,3,5,7,8,9;
(1) The big difference between analog and digital waves. Analog waves are smooth and continuous,
digital waves are stepping, square, and discrete. It means analog is more precise but requires more
band
Alexis Acevedo
HW #11
Chap 10: Questions 1,3,5,7,8,9;
(1) The big difference between analog and digital waves. Analog waves are smooth and continuous,
digital waves are stepping, square, and discrete. It means analog is more precise but requires more
band
(#9): Chap 7: Questions 2,6,7,11,12;
(2) Because a perfect ground has the same potential anywhere along its length, with no potential
difference between any two points. A real ground has resistance, inductance, and capacitance that result
in some potentia
IT 318 Supplementary Material
Chapter 5
IT 318 SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL
CHAPTER 5
Computers
V. 2016
BARRY M. LUNT
Brigham Young University
0
IT 318 Supplementary Material
Chapter 5
Table of Contents
Chapter 5: Computers .1
5-1
Overview .2
5-2
Computer Organ