Winter 2007
Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department
University of California, Davis
Dynamic Modeling of Processes in Biological Systems, EBS 130
Midterm #1
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ENG 100
Pre-lab #3
For the 2nd-order RC circuit shown below:
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ENG 100 Lab #2
Passive First-Order Filter Circuits
In Lab #2, you will construct simple 1st-order RL and RC filter circuits and investigate
their frequency responses (amplitude and phase responses).
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ENG 100
Winter 2016
Homework Assignment 2
Due Thursday, January 21 at 6:30 PM
Reading: Chapter 6 (Sec. 3) Chapter 9 (Sec.s 1-4)
Problems:
1. In the circuit shown below
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ENG100
Electronic Circuits and Systems
Winter 2017
Midterm #1 - February 9th, 2017
Notes:
Calculators are allowed.
The midterm is closed book. One sheet (one side) of handwr
ENG 100 Lab 6 - Logic Circuits Introduction
The purpose of this lab exercise is to introduce basic digital logic devices and
design concepts. You will use integrated circuits from the transistor-to transistor logic
(TTL) family. The TTL family contains li
ENG 100 Lab #2
Passive First-Order Filter Circuits
In Lab #2, you will construct simple 1st-order RL and RC filter circuits and investigate their
frequency responses (amplitude and phase responses).
You will calculate the amplitude and phase responses of
ENG 100 Lab 4. Operational Amplifier Circuits
The purpose of this lab is to introduce several common operational amplifier
circuits. Operational amplifiers (op amps) are widely used for analog signal
conditioning. Common signal conditioning operations inc
ENG 100
PreLab for Lab #5
The Operational Amplifier in Filters
One application of op amps is in filters.
A. Second-order bandpass filter using a voltage buffer:
For the 2nd-order RC circuit with one op amp shown above:
Let R = 1500 = 1.5 k, and let C = 0.
ENG 100 Lab #3
Passive Second-order Filter Circuits
Band-Pass Filter
A band-pass filter is defined as one which allows signals to pass through, relatively unattenuated in
magnitude, only within a range of frequencies from 1 to 2. Signals greater than 2 or
ENG 100 Lab #1
Laboratory Equipment
Objectives: To learn the operation of the laboratory equipment: oscilloscope ("scope"), digital multimeter (DMM),
DC power supplies, and function generator.
General Instructions
Follow instructions and fill in the blank
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Partner: Mario Rodriguez
ENG 100 Lab Report #7
Objective: To verify a designed car alarm circuit by constructing the equivalent NAND gate circuit and
flip flops and testing the truth table outputs.
Data:
Part 2
Inputs and Outputs
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MT2 Topics for Review ENG100
This Exam is focused on Chapter 8; but topics from earlier in the Course (Transfer
Function, filters, Bode Plots, ) remain important
Amplifier Requirements and the Ideal Operational Amplifier
Op-Amp Circuits:
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