Control Theory
David W. Parent
Without control systems there could be no
manufacturing, no vehicles, no computers
Humans are control systems. We have many sensors that operate in
parallel, we process the signals in parallel. We are low power as well.
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Final: F16
Name:
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Question 1:
Write the equation for the waveform shown below in terms of step and/or ramp functions. Show work.
Question 2:
The signal V(x) was fed into two unknown filters and the results seen with V(1) and V(2).
What kind of filters
Final: S17
Name:
ID:
Question 1:
Using the Laplace Transform Method find the time domain convolution equation of the two signals
shown and plot that equation showing all relevant parts such as axis labels, max, min values, shape and
slopes of the curve:
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Low and High Pass Bode
Plots
David W. Parent
1st order RC Low pass filters
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Recognize that this is a low pass filter and that t
Voltage divider rule for DC circuit
For a DC circuit with constant voltage source V T and resistors in series, the voltage drop
Vi in resistor Ri is given by the formula:
Vi - voltage drop in resistor Ri in volts [V].
VT - the equivalent voltage source or
Analysis of a Professional Journal Article - ENGR 100W
Analysis of a Professional Journal Article for
Readability and Pseudoscience versus Real Science
Assignment: You are an engineer employed by a professional journal to analyze an
article from their jou
SJSU EE120
Lab 3 - General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO)
General Purpose In/Output Port Overview
SAMD20J18 microcontroller has two 32-bit general purpose input/output ports: port A
and port B. The LSB of port A pin, for example, is identified by PA00 and th
SJSU EE120
Lab 3 Assignment Objective
Lab Description:
Students will be learning how to program a microcontroller SAMD20J18 by using a software
called Atmel Studio. We will learn how to configure a pin to be an input pin or output pin and how to read
from
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ENGR 10
Professor: Dr. Syed Zaidi
Assignment: Graphing least square fitting (Formulas Showing)
March 30, 2017
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Part I: Graphing least square fitting line
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EE 118 fall 2016
Lab C: familiarization of TTL ICs
Jose Vega Yanez
Lab instructor: Raj Divakar Pednekar
Submitted September 22, 2016
Lab C TTL Specications and Boolean Function
Vega Yanez, 2
Abstract
The objective of this lab is to have a solid understand
Lab G: Flip Flops: Logic Simulation and
Gate-Level Implementation
Jose Vega Yanez
Lab Instructor: Raj Pednekar
nd
November 2 , 2016
Introduction:
In this lab experiment, we used Xilinx ISE as a software tool to build, design an
Lab A: Xilinx ISE Schematic Capture
Jose Vega Yanez
Submitted September 28, 2016
Lab Instructor: Raj Divakar Pednekar
Xilinx ISE Schematic Capture
Vega Yanez, 2
Abstract
In this experime
Lab D
Design Comparators Using Gates
By Jose Vega Yanez
SJSU ID: 008232224
Instructor: Raj Pednekar
Due: October 13, 2013
Abstract:
The purpose of this lab experiment is to get used to utilizing logic gates and design a
digital logic comparator circuit. W
Experiment E
Verilog Modeling and Simulation
Using Xilinx ISE and Models
By Jose Vega
Instructor: Raj Pednekar
SJSU ID: 008232224
Date: October 13, 2016
Abstract:
The purpose of this lab experiment is to design a combinational circuit using the Xilinx
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EE 118 Fall 2016
Lab B: Schematic Capture and
Simulation Using Xilinx ISE
By Jose Vega Yanez
Student ID: 008232224
Instructor: Raj Divakar Pednekar
October 6, 2016
Abstract:
The objective of this experiment is to use our understanding of using Boolean log
EE 118 Fall 2016
Lab C TTL Specifications and Boolean Function
Brandon Leung
SJSU ID: 010902918
Instructor: Dhruv Thakkar
September 22, 2016
Leung 2
Abstract
The purpose of this lab was to study the characteristics of Transistor-Transistor-Logic (TTL),
a
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Name: Thien Hoang
Class: ESL 91
Date: Nov,15th,2016
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2. Complete the table below at t:0', t=0+, and t=oo. The circuit is in Steady State at
t=0' and t-.'=oo. Draw and label a circuit for each time (0', 0*, no).
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