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DATA COMMUNICATIONS and NETWORKING
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Chapter 1: Introduction
1. The _ is the physical path over
which a message travels
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b. Medium
c. Signal
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The Flyback Converter
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on the application. In addition, input to output isolation may be required to
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1ms
1000 and 1400NM
At distances of between 1,000 and 1,400 NM the ground and sky waves are approximately
the same strength making
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LORAN (Long Range Navigation System)
1. LORAN, short for long range navigation, was a _ system developed in the United States during
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1. By 1999, computer systems and software had finally become
sophisticated enough to allow for the ability to underlay on the same
workstation satellite imagery, radar imagery, and model-derived field
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Direct Current Basics
Compounds combination of
elements
Molecules combination of
an atom or more
6.24 x 1018 electrons or holes
is equal to 1 coulomb
1 A = 1 C/s
Electric Field Potentia
Decimal to base n
- divide by n. the remainders, are the result
base n to decimal (pataas)
- multiply by n raise to the designated value of exponent based on position
Ex. 100 base 10
10201 base 3
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1.1 A car starts from rest at constant acceleration of 2.0m/s2. At the same instant a truck
travelling with a constant speed of 10 m/s overtakes and passes the car.
(a) How far beyond the
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Introduction to Databases
Database Management for
Strategic Advantage
We live in the Information Age
Information used to make us more
productive and competitive
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Electric Field &
Electric Forces
Objectives
Describe the electric field due to a point charge quantitatively and
qualitatively
Establish the relationship between the electric field & the electric
fo
ATQ: 21-6, 21-7
What is the equation relating the
torque of an electric dipole with
its dipole moment and a uniform
electric field ?
2. Draw the electric field lines for a
dipole separated by a distan
Energy Reservoir Model (ERM) for a
Heat Engine Heat engines absorb heat from a
source at a relatively high temperature,
perform some mechanical work , and
discard some heat at a lower
temperature.
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Electric Field Calculations
Objective
Evaluate the electric field at a point in space due
arbitrary charge distributions
to a system of
Approach: Continuous charge distribution
2.
Define a small char
Microscopic Interpretation of
Entropy
Entropy (Microscopic Interpretation)
Entropy (quantitative measure of disorder) is related
to probability.
State of high order have low probability
State of low
Carnot Cycle
Second Law of Thermodynamics
What is the most efficient engine?
How efficient can an engine be
given two heat reservoirs at
temperatures TH and TC?
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J
3
= = 12.471
mol K
2
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= ( )
= 10.0 C
= (0.450)(12.471)(50.0 10.0)
= +240 J
(b) For the work done during
adiabat
Lecture 12 Refrigerator and
The Second Law of Thermodynamics
Energy Reservoir Model of Refrigerator
A refrigerator takes heat from a cold place, and gives off
heat to a warmer place.
Heat does not n
Entropy
Irreversibility and Disorder
Consider a box containing ideal gas of mass and
temperature is moving along a frictionless table.
The box then have an inelastic collision with the wall and
the bo
Chapter 36
Diffraction
Physics 72 Bareza AY 15-16 1st sem
1
Diffraction interference effects due to combining many light waves
the bending of light around an obstacle
Diffraction is interference.
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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS
U.P. DILIMAN CAMPUS
PROBLEM SET NO. 7 (Capacitor and Dielectric)
Date Due : 29 September 2015 (Tuesday)
1.
Two parallel-plate capacitors, each with a capacitance C1 = C2
Chapter 34
Geometric Optics
Physics 72 Bareza AY 15-16 1st sem
1
Chapter 34
Geometric Optics
34-1 Reflection and Refraction at a Plane Surface
34-2 Reflection at a Spherical Surface
34-3 Refraction
EEE 33 Homework 6
Due 30 September 2015
Problem 1 (treat the two items as one problem)
Problem 2
Problem 3
Write the form of the solution to the following differential equations:
a.
b.
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d3 v
d2 v
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS
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PROBLEM SET NO. 2 (Electric Force and Electric Field)
Date Due : 18 August 2015 (Tuesday)
1.
An insulating rod of length L has charge q
uniformly dist
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Chapter 35
Study this chapter then answer the uploaded
Recit 17 in UVLE. Print a copy and encircle the
letter of the best answer.
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PROBLEM SET NO. 3 (Gauss Law)
Date Due : 01 September 2015 (Tuesday)
1.
The electric field components in the Figure are Ex = 0, Ey =
by1/2 (b = 8830 N