Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA
ECE 2A
CIRCUITS, DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
Fall 2014
Name: _Kelsey Stowers_
Partner: Kayli Ryan and Prithvi
Lab Project 1
Date: 10/14/14
Voltage, Current, and Resistance
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ECE 2A
Circuits and Systems
Fall 2010
Homework #3 Solutions
1)
For the circuit in U&M Problem 3.1, use the superposition principle (source superposition) to
solve for the current through the 3 resistor and for the voltage V.
Solution:
Let I = I A + I B ,
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Circuits and Systems
Fall 2010
Homework #4 Solutions
1)
Use source transformations to replace everything to the left of the 1k resistor in the following
circuit by a Thevenin equivalent:
Solution:
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2)
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U&M Problem 3.65
Fal
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Homework #1 Solutions
1)
U&M Problem 1.7
2)
U&M Problem 1.19
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3)
U&M Problem 1.21
4)
A 6.8 k resistor dissipates 8 mW. Find the current through the resistor.
Solution:
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5)
Ci
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Homework #2 Solutions
1)
U&M Problem 2.15
2)
U&M Problem 2.18
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3)
U&M Problem 2.19
4)
U&M Problem 2.22
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5)
Circuits and Systems
U&M Problem 2.24
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6)
Circuits
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Circuits and Systems
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PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME AND DISCUSSION TIME/DAY
ON YOUR HW!
Reading Assignment:
Ulaby and Maharbiz (U&M): Sections 7-1 through 7-7
Homework #8
Due: Friday 3 December 2010 by 5pm
Show all steps necessary to arrive at th
Basic Feedback Concepts
Consider an ideal gain stage with negative feedback
( s )Vout
Negative sign
indicates that
feedback signal
subtracts from
input signal
(s)
Vin
Summing
junction
Here we are representing the signals
as voltages, so A(s) and (s) are
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Circuits and Systems
Fall 2010
PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME AND DISCUSSION TIME/DAY
ON YOUR HW!
Reading Assignment:
Ulaby and Maharbiz (U&M): Sections 6-1 through 6-6 and 7-1 through 7-2
Homework #7
Due: Friday 19 November 2010 by 5pm
Show all steps nece
ECE 2A
Circuits and Systems
Fall 2010
PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME AND DISCUSSION TIME/DAY
ON YOUR HW!
Reading Assignment:
Ulaby and Maharbiz (U&M): Sections 4-1 through 4-8
Homework #5
Due: Friday 29 October 2010 by 5pm
Show all steps necessary to arrive at th
ECE 2A
Circuits and Systems
Fall 2010
PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME AND DISCUSSION TIME/DAY
ON YOUR HW!
Reading Assignment:
Ulaby and Maharbiz (U&M): Sections 4-1 through 4-7, and Section 7-1
Homework #4
Due: Friday 22 October 2010 by 5pm
Show all steps necessar
ECE 2A
Circuits and Systems
Fall 2010
PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME AND DISCUSSION TIME/DAY
ON YOUR HW!
Reading Assignment:
Ulaby and Maharbiz (U&M): Sections 5-1 through 5-6
Homework #5
Due: Friday 5 November 2010 by 5pm
Show all steps necessary to arrive at th
ECE 2A
Circuits and Systems
Fall 2010
PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME AND DISCUSSION TIME/DAY
ON YOUR HW!
Reading Assignment:
Ulaby and Maharbiz (U&M): Chapter 3-1 through 3-6
Homework #3
Due: Friday 15 October 2010 by 5pm
Show all steps necessary to arrive at the
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Circuits and Systems
Fall 2010
PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME AND DISCUSSION TIME/DAY
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Reading Assignment:
Ulaby and Maharbiz (U&M): Chapters 1 & 2
Homework #1
Due: Friday 1 October 2010 by 5pm
Show all steps necessary to arrive at the solution,
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Circuits and Systems
Fall 2010
PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME AND DISCUSSION TIME/DAY
ON YOUR HW!
Reading Assignment:
Ulaby and Maharbiz (U&M): Chapter 2-1 through 2-4
Homework #2
Due: Friday 8 October 2010 by 5pm
Show all steps necessary to arrive at the
Note: These problems are suggested for your own practice. No credit will be given.
From book:
Exercises: 4.1, 4.3, 4.4, 4.7
Problems: 4.1, 4.5, 4.7, 4.8
Assume the threshold voltage of a Ge diode to be 0.3V and the one for a Si diode to be 0.7V.
Ex. 1 and
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Circuits and Systems
Fall 2010
Homework #5 Solutions
1)
(a)
From Voltage Divider equation:
(b)
Load resistor is in parallel with the 1k resistor, hence the gain will be the same as in part a,
except with the 1k resistor replace by a 1k | 1k = 500 r
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Circuits and Systems
Homework #6 Solutions
1)
U&M Problem 5.14
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2)
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U&M Problem 5.17
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3)
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U&M Problem 5.22
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4)
Circuits and Systems
U&M Problem 5.28
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA
ECE 2A
CIRCUITS, DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
Fall 2014
Name: _Kelsey Stowers_
Lab Project 3
October 28, 2014
Waveforms and the Oscilloscope
Total:
/10
Lab session: _Tuesday
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA
ECE 2A
CIRCUITS, DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
Fall 2014
Name: _Kelsey Stowers_
Partners: Kayli Ryan and Prithvi
Lab Project 4
Op-Amp Circuits
Total:
/10
Lab session: _Tues 5-
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA
ECE 2A
CIRCUITS, DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
Fall 2014
Name: _Kelsey Stowers_
Partners: Kayli Ryan and Prithvi
Lab Project 6
First-Order Circuits
Total:
/10
Lab session: _Tu
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA
ECE 2A
CIRCUITS, DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
Fall 2014
Name: _Kelsey Stowers_
Partners: Kayli Ryan and Prithvi
Lab Project 7
AC Circuits and Transformers
Total:
/10
Lab sess
University of California, Santa Barbara
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Circuits, Devices & Systems ECE 2A
Professor Theogarajan
Midterm Exam 2, November 23, 2015
Name: Solutions
This is an open book and open notes exam. For all questions
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING
CIRCUITS, DEVICES & SYSTEMS ECE 20
PROFESSOR THEOGARAJAN
MIDTERM EXAM 1, OCTOBER 28, 2015
Name:
This is an open book and open notes exam. For all questions make rea
University of California, Santa Barbara
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Circuits, Devices & Systems ECE 2C
Professor Theogarajan
Midterm Exam 1, October 28, 2015
Name:
This is an open book and open notes exam. For all questions make reason
Hernan Duran Soto
Miguel Bautista
Prelab 2
1.
Unsigned-binary Representation Decimal Value
000
0
001
1
010
2
011
3
100
4
101
5
110
6
111
7
Largest unsigned decimal integer value for an 8-bit number is 255.
Largest unsigned decimal integer value for an 10-