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Add
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Plant
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ECE 147B
Digital Control Systems: Theory and Design
Winter 2011
Homework 2
Out:
Due:
January 22, 2011.
January 28, 2011, at 9 am, in the homework boxes outside Harold Frank Hall 3120.
Problem 1. For each of the three discrete time transfer functions below
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ECE 147b: Digital Control Winter 2009
Homework 1. Due 5.00pm Friday, 16th January, 2009 in the homework boxes on the 3rd oor of Harold Frank Hall.
Problem 1. Fo
University of California, Santa Barbara
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
ECE 147b: Digital Control Winter 2006 Midterm Exam
12.30 to 1.45pm, 14th February, 2006 3361 Engineering II
You have 75 minutes to do this exam. No notes, books
University of California, Santa Barbara
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
ECE 147b: Digital Control Winter 2009
Homework 4. Due 5.00pm Friday, 6th March, 2009 in the homework boxes on the 3rd. oor of Harold Frank Hall. If you use Matla
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Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
ECE 147b: Digital Control Winter 2009
Homework 3. Due 5.00pm Friday, 20th February, 2009 in the homework boxes on the 3rd. oor of Harold Frank Hall. If you use M
C=4*(1+2*s)/s Integrator insures no steady state error. Has rise time of 0.125 seconds, which is slightly less than 1/10th the rise time of the plant in closed loop (1.5 seconds).
Root Locus:
Root Locus Editor for Open Loop 1 (OL1) 0.5
0.4
0.3
0.
University of California, Santa Barbara
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
ECE 147b: Digital Control Winter 2009
Homework 1. Due 5.00pm Friday, 30th January, 2009 in the homework boxes on the 3rd oor of Harold Frank Hall.
Problem 1. Co
ECE 147b
FINAL EXAM
20th March, 2006
You have three hours to do this exam. No notes, books, or discussion with anyone
else is allowed. No calculators are allowed.
There are four questions, each with ve parts. All parts carry equal weight.
Write down all o