EE 233 Autumn 2015
EE 233 LECTURE 9
INVERSE LAPLACE 1
Eric Drucker
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EE 233 Autumn 2015
Outline 1
Inverse Laplace Transform
Getting from the Laplace domain to the time domain
Partial Fraction Exp
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Winter 2016
1.) Produce the minimum Sum of Products equation of ue following KMap. Name:
2.) Using the rules of Boolean Algebra, minimize this mction, sh
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draw the curcmt diagram (all gates should be
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Review Problem 10
.:. Write the Verilog for a 2input gate that is TRUE
when an odd number of inputs are true.
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Use a 3:8 Decoder to implement the following
Review Problem 26
.:. Given the light display shown, build the FSM for a
"move left" arrow traffic sign. It should animate
an arrow moving left
.:. Hint: Can any of the bulbs be connected to the .
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Review Problem 20
.:. Amy, Bill, Carol, and Dennis each decide independently
whether they want to play Chess or Checkers, each a 2player game. Develop a circuit that can tell if the 4 people
can be o
Review Problem 11
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Converting to NANDINOR Form (cont.)
.:. Some circuits may require internal inverters
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Review Problem 16
.:. Solve this KMap.
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Signals & Systems  Chapter 1
1A. Express each of the following complex numbers in Cartesian form (x + jy):
1 j 1 j j / 2 j / 2 j 5 / 2
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KMap Simplification (cont.)
More KMap Method Examples, 3 Variables
EE271
As you wait for class to start, answer the following
question:
Bob has $500, but owes $300 to Shirley in CA, whos going
to kill him if he doesnt pay off the money in person in a
week. Plane tick
EE 233 Autumn 2015
EE 233 LECTURE 6
POWER 2
Eric Drucker
October 14, 2015
Big AC Motor
1
EE 233 Autumn 2015
Mini Review 1
You have Vm or Im for scalars and Vm or Im for vectors
Vm and Im are the p
EE 233 Autumn 2015
EE 233 LECTURE 2
PHASORS
Eric Drucker
October 5, 2015
1
EE 233 Autumn 2015
Phasors 1
Linear Circuits
Cosine wave in, cosine wave out
Only amplitude and phase need to be determin
EE 233 Autumn 2015
EE 233 LECTURE 3
NETWORK THEOREMS
Eric Drucker
October 7, 2015
POSITION
EE 233 Autumn 2015
Superposition 1
If phasor circuit has 2 or more inputs
We find v and i for each input ac
EE 233 Autumn 2015
EE 233 LECTURE 1
SINUSOIDAL STEADY STATE
Eric Drucker
October 2, 2015
EE 233 Autumn 2015
Review of Complex Numbers 1
e
j t
= cos( t) + j sin( t)
j = 1
= 2 f
j
e +1 = 0
Eulers Equ
EE 233 Autumn 2015
EE 233 LECTURE 4
NODAL AND MESH ANALYSIS
Eric Drucker
October 9, 2015
Mess Analysis
1
EE 233 Autumn 2015
Nodal Analysis Example Independent Sources 1
ZR = R
1
jwC
ZL = jwL
ZC =
F
EE 233 Autumn 2015
EE 233 LECTURE 6
LAPLACE 2
Eric Drucker
October 16, 2015
1
EE 233 Autumn 2015
Outline 1
Deeper Dive Into Laplace Transforms
Laplace Transform Pairs
Some are more important than
EE 233 Autumn 2015
EE 233 LECTURE 5
POWER 1
Eric Drucker
October 12, 2015
Big AC Motor
1
EE 233 Autumn 2015
Leftovers (Mesh Analysis) 1
Blue Mesh
VS = I1ZR1 + (I1 I2 )ZC
VS = I1(ZR1 + ZC )1 I2ZC
5 =
EE 233 Autumn 2015
EE 233 REVIEW 1
Eric Drucker
October 23, 2015
1
EE 233 Autumn 2015
2
EE 233 Autumn 2015
What We Covered 1
Sinusoidal Steady State (Chapter 9)
The sinusoidal source (9.1)
Sinuso
EE 233 Autumn 2015
EE 233 LECTURE 6
LAPLACE 1
Eric Drucker
October 16, 2015
1
EE 233 Autumn 2015
Outline 1
Introduction to Laplace Transforms
What it is in general (start with very simple circuit)
Lab 1
Introduction to MATLAB and Scripts
EE 235: ContinuousTime Linear Systems
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Washington
The development of these labs was originally supported by
271/471 Verilog Tutorial
Prof. Scott Hauck, last revised 10/9/09
Introduction
The following tutorial is intended to get you going quickly in gatelevel circuit design in Verilog. It isn't a comprehens
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Ignore the strikeout part, there was
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able to realize that it is a
Homework 2
EE235, Summer 2012
Solution
1. Find the total energy in the signal
g (t) = expat (u(t) u(t 2),
where u(t) is the unit step function.
E (t)
g (t)2 dt
=
(1)
expat (u(t) u(t 2)2 dt
=
2
exp
Homework 2
EE235, Autumn 2011
Solution
1. Find the total energy in the signal
g (t) = expat (u(t) u(t 2),
where u(t) is the unit step function.
E (t)
g (t)2 dt
=
(1)
expat (u(t) u(t 2)2 dt
=
2
exp
EE235 Autumn 2011
Signals & Systems
Leo Lam
Sample Midterm Exam
Name
Student Number
Notes:
This exam is closed book, closed notes, closed homework and homework solutions. You are
permitted one 8.5 x
Lab 2 Requirements
Eric Swanson
January 11, 2011
1. REMEBER: Comment your functions especially but also your scripts. LABEL and TITLE
ALL plots if you want 10 points. If you know that your x axis is t