Part 1: Single waveform
Figure 1: Oscilloscope waveform, 1 ms/div vs. 1 V/div
Observations: sine wave, fluctuates up and down 2 volts.
Figure 2: Oscilloscope waveform, 500 us/div vs. 500 mV/div
What was the result of this change?
The graphs represent the
EE-2060 LABORATORY
Week 1
COMPLEX NUMBERS
Rectangular Form
Polar Form
Complex Exponential Form and Eulers Identity:
z=r e
j
Euler discovered the following important relationship, also called Eulers Identity:
e j =cos ( )+ jsin()
This identity can be used
EE 2050 LABORATORY: EXPERIMENT 2 Week 2
Procedure:
A. Voltage/Current relationship in a Series Circuit.
1. (a) Measure the resistance (using an Ohmmeter) of each of the two resistors:
Rx (220 Ohm resistor , color code: red - red - brown)
= 219.5 Ohms
Ry (
EE-2050 LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 3 Week 3
Meter resistance = 88.6 ohms.
Now, set up the circuit in Fig. 4. Connect the
meter leads so that the meter pointer deflects
toward the right.
The meter pointer should deflect exactly to the
right edge of the scale.
1
AC Sweep for First Circuit, Part I
What do the resulting graphs represent? Why are there two graphs (Hint: Review the Material from
the 1st Lab)?
The two graphs represents the polar magnitude and phase angle versus the frequency. A complex
number contains
EE 2050 LABORATORY
Week 6
SUPERPOSITION
Pre-Lab (do this before lab):
Without Superposition, calculate the voltages and currents in each branch of the circuit of
Figure 1 using the node-voltage method.
IX =
IY = 3.64 mA VX =
VY =
V
PART A. Calculations Us
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Katie Donahoe EE-2050
EE-2050 LABORATORY
Week 5
PreLab
Measure V with Agilent Multimeter
Measure V & I with measure probe
Measure V with multimeter
Measure I with multimeter
Laboratory Assignment
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEE
EE 3220 Digital Signal Processing
Olga A. Imas, PhD
Homework 2: Lecture note sets 2 and 3
Problems 1, 2, 4 are due on Friday, January 6, 2017. But make sure to know how to do these problems for the quiz on 12/
Problems 3, 6 (a, b), and 14 are due on Monda
EE3220 Digital Signal Processing
Olga A. Imas, PhD
Homework 1
Submit problems 1(c), 2(c), 2(e), 3 from Part I, and problem 2 from Part II on Friday of Week 2 in class.
Part I
1.
Consider an analog (continuous) signal below and answer the following questio
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
EE 2050
EE 2050 LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 5 Week 7
SUPERPOSITION
Learning outcomes: Calculate and verify experimentally circuit voltages and currents,
when more than one voltage source is present, by the process of superpositio
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
EE-2050
EE-2050 LABORATORY
Week 6
Computer Circuit Simulation MULTISIM for DC Analysis
Learning outcomes To analyze DC electric circuits using a simulation program (Multisim).
Background In engineering, computer software is
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
EE-2050
EE-2050 LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 3 Week 3
METER DESIGN
Learning Outcomes Analyze DC circuits using equivalent resistance and other analysis
methods. Use electrical principles to prototype and test a voltmeter.
Backgrou
IE 470 HCI & Usability
Assignment #4: End User Profiles
What is it?
End user profiling involves gaining an understanding and building a profile of the final users of
the system in terms of age, gender, socio-economic background, (dis)abilities, knowledge,
Even answer from the answer keythe instructor has not checked these answers yet! Chapter 9, even Solutions 2. 18. 8 A, 1570.8 rad/s, 250 Hz, -7.25 A a) v1 ( t ) = 60 cos(t + 15) c) i1 ( t ) = 2.8 cos(377t /3)
iR 2.5cos(60t 20) mA v o ( t ) 28.57
Milwaukee School of Engineering (c) MSOE 2007 Dr.-Ing. Joerg Mossbrucker
EE100 Introduction to Matlab
1
Starting Matlab
You can start MATLAB by invoking the application from the Start menu of Windows. The main MATLAB window, called the MATLAB Des
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING EE 2050 LABORATORY EXPERIMENT 5 Week 7 SUPERPOSITION
EE 2050
Goal: Calculate and verify experimentally circuit voltages and currents, when more than one voltage source is present, by the process of superposition. Ba
Assembly Instructions: Brushless DC Motor
Instructions (read and understand each step completely before acting!)
1. Insert the T-pin into one of the end caps.
2. Insert the rotor core into the same cap as shown below. Carefully apply some pressure
Jared Salisbury Dr. Thomas EE 1910-004 24 January 2008 1.) 2.) A char is 2 bytes. char a; Main(){ Return 0 } a int has 2 bytes. int x=1 main(){ x=x; x+; } A float has 4 bytes. #define L 10 int v; main(){ v=L*L*L; } A double is 4 bytes. This type is s
Jared Salisbury EE 1910 004 Dr. Thomas 02 December 2007
Procedure: For this lab we first had to download all the required programs and files needed for this class and to verify that the Atmel boards and our laptops worked properly. Once we properly