ECE 210 Introduction to Digital Logic Design
Lab 2 Combinational Logic Design
Fall Term 2014 University Of Alberta
INTRODUCTION
In this lab, you will implement combinatorial logic circuits using the Xilinx FPGA
development board. The lab contains two part
1. (5 pts) Simplify the following Boolean expression:
(X+Y)(X+Z)ZY + X(Y+Z) + (ZYX+Y)(ZYX+XZ)
The answer should be X(Y+Z). Note that they are several ways to perform
simplification. Show all steps of the simplification process.
a.
(1.5 pt) Perform simplif
Solutions to Assignment 4: PHYS230 Winter 2016/17
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23.5.(a) IDENTIFY: Use conservation of energy: K a U a Wother Kb U b . U for the pair of point charges is
given by U
1 q1q2
.
4 0 r
SET UP:
Let point a be where q2 is 0.800 m from
q1 and po
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27.32.
IDENTIFY and SET UP: For a velocity selector, E vB. For parallel plates with opposite charge,
V Ed .
EXECUTE: (a) E vB (1.82 106 m s)(0.650 T) 1.18 106 V m.
(b) V Ed (1.18 106 V m)(5.
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CHAPTER 28:
PROBLEMS
28.64.
IDENTIFY: Consider the forces on each side of the loop.
SET UP: The forces on the left and right sides cancel. The forces on the top and bottom segments of
the lo
Solutions to Assignment 5: PHYS230 Winter 2016/17
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24.26.
24.30.
0 A
IDENTIFY:
C
IDENTIFY:
Capacitance depends on the geometry of the object.
. The stored energy can be expressed either as
Q2
CV 2
or as
, whichever is
2C
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d
more convenient
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22.35.
IDENTIFY: Use Eq.(22.3) to calculate the flux through each surface and use Gausss law to relate the
net flux to the enclosed charge.
SET UP: Flux into the enclosed volume is negative
HWK_1
14th Edition of University Physics [Young and Freedman] Chapter 21 Exercises: 212, 21 6, 21,12, 21 14, 21 20
Equwalehtly in the 13th Edition (regular; and with technology update) the questions are: 21.2r 21.6 (but with force changed to 3.33 x100-21N
HWK_3
14th Edition University Physics [Young and Freedman]. Chapter 22.
Problems: 22.35, 22.40, 22.41, 22.42, 22.48.
Due Date: by 5pm Friday Feb. 10th 201?.
Submit to course dropbox in CCIS.
The equivalent problems 'In the 13th Edition onoung and Freedman
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25.55.
IDENTIFY:
Conservation of charge requires that the current be the same in both sections of the wire.
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EL. The voltages across each section
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. Givenv', =2osjm(wt+ 60) and Ug - . , f 1 )5 + 5 +j11
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60 cosfwt - 10), determine the phase angle 0 _ a
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HOMEWORK 8 Solutions
Instructor : Karthik Shankar
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wave
ECE 203 Winter 2014
University of Alberta
HOMEWORK 5 : Filters and Resonance
Instructor : Karthik Shankar
(All five questions will be graded. Make sure your answers show the work in solving the problem.
If the final answer is wrong, partial credit will be
EE101 Homework #7 Answers Fall 2011
This homework is based on lectures 16 and 17, and Chapter 9 of your textbook on RLC
circuits. The problems are in the order of your textbook chapter and are related to different
sections of the text as noted below. For
Assignment 6 (150p)
Electrical Circuits I (ECE 202) A3, Fall 2016
(Due: 4pm, 18th Nov. 2016)
1. The current in a 50-mH inductor is specified as follows:
i(t) = 0 t < 0
i(t) = 2te4t A t > 0
Find (a) the voltage across the inductor, (b) the time at which th
Assignment 1 (100p)
Electrical Circuits I (ECE 202) A3, Fall 2016
(Due: 4pm, 15th Sep. 2016)
1. Five coulombs of charge pass through the elements in below Fig. 1.1 from point A
to point B. If the energy absorbed by the element is 120J, determine the volta
ECE 210 INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
ASSIGNMENT # 5
10 pts total
Due Monday, October 17, 2016 at 3:00 PM
(return to the appropriate sections box 2nd floor ECERF building)
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1. (2 points) The 5-4-2-1 weighted code is provided below
Decimal
0
1
2
3
4
ECE 240 CONTINUOUS-TIME SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
Homework Assignment No. 4
Please see the announcement on the eClass website [or the deadline and other submission information
Problem 1. The exponential Fourier series of a certain periodic signal x(t) is given by
FORMULA SHEET
Laws and theorems of Boolean algebra
Operations with 0 and 1:
1. X + 0 = X
2. X + 1 = 1
1D. X 1 = X
2D. X 0 = 0
Idempotent laws:
3. X + X = X
3D. X X = X
0' = 1
1' = 0
Involution law:
4. (X')' = X
Laws of complementarity:
5. X + X' = 1
5D. X
Electrostatics
q1q2
q
r , Gausss Law: E dA
3
0
r
A
q
E for a point charge: E k 13 r .
r
1 p
E for a dipole at a distant point z along the dipole axis: E
, where p=qd.
2 0 z 3
Electric potential energy of dipole: U p E .
Coulombs Law F k
Magnitude of Tor
AC STEADY-STATE ANALYSIS
LEARNING GOALS
SINUSOIDS
Review basic facts about sinusoidal signals
SINUSOIDAL AND COMPLEX FORCING FUNCTIONS
Behavior of circuits with sinusoidal independent sources
and modeling of sinusoids in terms of complex exponentials
PHAS
ECE 210 A3
TUTORIAL
December 6, 2015
1. Design a counter, which realizes the following sequences depending on the value of
the control signal S:
-if S =0 then the sequence is 0-3-2-0-
-if S =1 then the sequence is 3-0-2-3-.
Use positive edge triggered T f
TUTORIAL #2
SOLUTIONS
1. Implement a full adder circuit using one 8-to-1 MUX for the sum output and one 4to-1 MUX for the cout (output carry). For the 8-to-1 MUX you must connect a, b, and
cin (input carry) to the control inputs, and 0 and 1 values to the
ECE 210 Section A3
Tutorial
1.Given is the following Boolean function
F(A, B, C, D) = A B + (C D) +CAB + ABC
where the operation is defined as follows
a
0
0
1
1
(a)
(a)
b
0
1
0
1
ab
1
0
1
0
Simplify F algebraically.
Determine the dual and complement of th