EE 230B Homework 2: Noncoherent Modulations; Phase Errors
Prof. G. Pottie, UCLA EE Department
1. (Midterm, 2000, modified) A wireless system uses either noncoherent FSK or binary
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EE 230B Homework 3 Solution: Synchronization
Prof. G. Pottie, UCLA EE Department
1. Show that the earlylate gate synchronizer illustrated in the lecture notes is a close
approximation to the timing recovery system illustrated below, where sgn(.) is the s
EE 230B Homework 4: Equalization II
Prof. G. Pottie, UCLA EE Department
1. (Quiz 3 08, slightly modified)
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EE 230B Homework 4: Equalization II
Prof. G. Pottie, UCLA EE Department
1. (Quiz 3 08, slightly modified)
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EE 230B Homework 2 Solution: Noncoherent Modulations; Phase Errors
Prof. G. Pottie, UCLA EE Department
1. (Midterm, 2000, modified) A wireless system uses either noncoherent FSK or binary
amplitude shift keying (ASK). For FSK,
t
2E
2E t
s(t) =
cos cos(
EE 230B Homework 2 Solution: Noncoherent Modulations; Phase Errors
Prof. G. Pottie, UCLA EE Department
1. (Midterm, 2000, modified) A wireless system uses either noncoherent FSK or binary
amplitude shift keying (ASK). For FSK,
For ASK,
a) Compute the psds
EE 230B Homework 4: Equalization II
Prof. G. Pottie, UCLA EE Department
1. (Quiz 3 08, slightly modified)
1
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+
z :
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ideal zero forcing line
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ECE 31002: Homework 4
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EE 230B Homework 5 Solution: Transceiver Implementation
Prof. G. Pottie, UCLA EE Department
1. Noise Figure
It is desired to provide a gain of 30 dB from an amplifier cascade. We have access to
amplifiers of two types, with (G,F) of (10,4) and (100,10). M
EE 230B Homework 3: Synchronization, ZF Equalization
Prof. G. Pottie, UCLA EE Department
1. Show that the earlylate gate synchronizer illustrated in the lecture notes is a close
approximation to the timing recovery system illustrated below, where sgn(.)
EE 230B Homework 5 Solution: Transceiver Implementation
Prof. G. Pottie, UCLA EE Department
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amplifiers of two types, with (G,F) of (10,4) and (100,10). M
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Lecture 17: Multiple Access
(Ch. 14)
EE230B Prof. Greg Pottie
1
Outline
Traffic models and QoS
TDMA, FDMA, CDMA for single cells
Random access vs. reservation protocols
EE230B Prof. Greg Pottie
2
Quality of Service
For digital links, typically interest
EE 230B Midterm, Spring 2015
UCLA Electrical Engineering Department
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Prof. G. Pottie
Instructions:
This is a closed book exam; you have two hours to complete it.
Calculators may be used.
Attempt all three questions; they are of equal weight but not
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EE 230B Homework 7 Solution
Prof. G. Pottie
1. Antenna Array Gain
Since for the undesired ray
r2 Ae
j ct
e
j sin
, the factor we need to work with is
. Thus, following the example in class, we solve
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EE 230B OFDM vs. DFE Comparison Practice Problem Solution
Consider a channel with noise psd N0=0.001, channel response C(f) and choice of shaping
filters S1(f) or S2(f) as indicated below. These two shaping filter characteristics are
approximations of squ
EE 230B Quiz 1, Spring 2012
UCLA Electrical Engineering Department
Prof. G. Pottie
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Instructions: This is a closed book examination. Calculators may be used. A sheet of
formulae, some of which may be relevant, is attached. You have 40 minutes.
a) Co
EE 230B HOMEWORK 1
Problem 1
Consider the following signal constellation:
so (t) = a cos(2p fct), 0 t T
p
s1 (t) = a cos(2p fct + ), 0 t T
3
2p
s2 (t) = a cos(2p fct +
), 0 t T
3
s3 (t) = a cos(2p fct + p ), 0 t T
4p
s4 (t) = a cos(2p fct +
), 0 t T
3
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EE 230B HOMEWORK 2
Problems from Text: Wireless Communications:
Chapter 2: # 1, 5, 13, 19, 21
MATLAB PROBLEM: FLAT FADING CHANNEL MODEL (CAN BE PERFORMED IN GROUPS OF 2)
A flat fading channel has an impulse response h(t) = b (t)d (t  t ) where the delay
EEM216A
Prof. Dejan Markovi
Design of VLSI Circuits and Systems
Homework #2
Fall 2016
Due: Friday Oct 21 at 4pm
Problem 1. Logic Design  Logical Effort
Assume the mobility ratio, n / p = 2, CS/D = CG = C0.
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