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Lessons In Electric Circuits, Volume IV Digital
By Tony R. Kuphaldt
Fourth Edition, last update January 18, 2006
i
c 2000-2006, Tony R. Kuphaldt
This book is published under the terms and conditions of the De
DIY Kit 154. FOUR DIGIT PRESETTABLE DOWN COUNTER
INTRODUCTION
This is a low cost 4 Digit Presettable Down Counter with
output and reset. The count input can be used for both
high and low speed counting applications. The counter has
four modes of operation
Since the 4th question is not given in the file uploaded I am including that question
by referring the text book.
An ordinary deck of cards contains 52 cards divided into four suits. The red suits
are diamonds and hearts and the black suits are clubs and
AIM:
To design and evaluate a system that provides monitoring and communication capabilities
for a space suit.
IMPLEMENTATION:
The study can be divided into three parts:
1. Need for Spacesuit
2. Parts of a Spacesuit
3. Mechanical requirements of Spacesuit
use the sample space given in Example 9.1.1. Write each
event as a set, and compute its probability
4. The event that the chosen card is black and has an even
number on it.
13. Suppose that on a true/false exam you have no idea at all
about the answers to
The Second Way: Without Changing the Basis
Consider a system described by the Hamiltonian H
H=
0
1
1
0
and by a second observable operator
=
0
i
i
0
.
3
At t = 0, this system is initially in the state | (t = 0) > represented by N
.
4
(a) Calculate the
Pauli Matrices and Electron Spin
The Pauli spin matrices are given by
h
sx =
2
0
1
1
0
h
sy =
2
0
i
i
0
h
sz =
2
1
0
0
1
In vector notation:
The eigenvalues and associated eigenvectors of sx are:
1
eigenvalue = (h/2)
1
1
1
eigenvalue = (h/2) with eigenv
Natural Language Processing
Michael Collins, Columbia University
Overview
I
I
I
What is Natural Language Processing (NLP)?
Why is NLP hard?
What will this course be about?
What is Natural Language Processing?
computers using natural language as input and/
Problem 1)
1sol)
2 0 0
0 0 1
0 1 0
Given Hamiltonian H
Definition of Eigen values:
The possible values of where |A- I | 0 are the Eigen values of the matrix A.
2 0
0
0
1
H
I
0
1
| H I | 0.
2
(2 ( 1)
0
= 2, 1, 1 and we know HV = V (where V are Eigen
vect
Problem 2)
Given the system is described by the Hamiltonian H
H=
1 0
0 1
( 0 )> is represented by
At t=0 the system is initially in the state |
(1i)
N* (1+i)
The Pauli spin matrices are given by
sx
=
h
2 *
0 1
1 0
sy
=
h
2 *
0 i
i 0
sz
=
h
2 *
1 0
1 1
In
Problem 1)
1sol)
2 0 0
0 0 1
0 1 0
Given Hamiltonian H
Definition of Eigen values:
The possible values of where |A- I | 0 are the Eigen values of the matrix A.
2 0
0
0
1
H
I
0
1
| H I | 0.
2
(2 ( 1)
0
= 2, 1, 1 and we know HV = V (where V are Eigen
vect
Brushless DC Motor Speed Control
Work Done:
Specifications and ratings of the components to be used have been decided
which includes motor rating, power MOSFETs ratings, MOSFET driver,
microcontroller (Atmega 328).
Learned how to program the microcontro
Mini Project report
on
PULSE INDUCTION METAL DETECTOR
Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the
award of the degree of
Bachelor of Technology
in
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Under the guidance of
Dr. Preetha P
Submitted by
T V
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Lessons In Electric Circuits, Volume III Semiconductors
By Tony R. Kuphaldt
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c 2000-2006, Tony R. Kuphaldt
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Lecture Notes for Analog Electronics
Raymond E. Frey Physics Department University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403, USA [email protected] December, 1999
Class Notes 1
1
Basic Principles
In electromagnetism, voltage is a unit of either electrical poten
1
1.1
Design of Logic Circuits
Basic Revision of Logic Gates
In the following chapter, we assume a two input logic gate with inputs A and B.
1.1.1 i.
Simple Gates AND Gate
The symbol and truth table for an AND gate is shown below:
A
0 0 1 1 Summary: Abbre
Lecture Notes for Digital Electronics
Raymond E. Frey Physics Department University of Oregon Eugene, OR 97403, USA [email protected] March, 2000
1
Basic Digital Concepts
By converting continuous analog signals into a nite number of discrete stat
Fundamentals of Digital Electronics
by Professor Barry Paton Dalhousie University
March 1998 Edition Part Number 321948A-01
Fundamentals of Digital Electronics
Copyright Copyright 1998 by National Instruments Corporation, 6504 Bridge Point Parkway, Austin
Solution Manual
for
Modern Digital Electronics
Third Edition
R P Jain
CHAPTER 1
1.1 (a) Analog. The output of a pressure gauge is proportional to the pressure
being measured and can assume any value in the given range.
(b) Digital. An electric pulse is pr
Department of Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
A Pulse Induction Metal Detector
under guidance of Dr. Preetha P
T V S N SAI AKHIL
G S PRANAV
E SURENDRANATH CHOWDHARY
GAURAV GUPTA
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Table of Contents
Project Aim. 1
Background. 2
Theory. 3
Block
An_Najah National University
Electrical Engineering Department
Metal Detectors
Prepared by :
Anwar Abu Khazneh
Ola Abu Hijleh
Supervisor : Mazen Rasekh
2011
METAL
DETECTORS
CONTENTS
Principle of work
Types of metal detector
Advantages of pulse induction m
Mini Project report
on
PULSE INDUCTION METAL DETECTOR
Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of
Bachelor of Technology
in
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Under the guidance of
Dr. Preetha P
Submitted by
T V
National Institute of Technology Calicut
' N. I. T. Campus {9. 0.), Calicut - 673 601, Kerala, India.
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BONAFIDE STUDENT CERTIFICATE
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3. Degree : B.Tech