EEL 3552C Analog and Digital Communications
Dr. Lei Wei
Homework 1 Hint
In the first problem, we compute capacity of a simplified telephone channel. It has
been well known that V33R in year 1996, we achieved 33.6 kbs speed over 4 kHz
analog bandwidth chan
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA
SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
EEL 3552 Analog and Digital Communication Fundamental
Homework1
Due at 11:30pm, August 31
Submit online (webcourses website assessment hk1_quiz)
Problem 1: Using a compute
EEL3470 HW2
1. Find the gradient of the following scalar functions:
2. For the scalar function
, determine its directional derivative along the direction of
and then calculate it at P(1, -1, 4).
vector
3. Verify the Divergence Theorem. For the vector fie
Problem 3.36 Find the gradient of the following scalar functions:
(a) T = 3/(x2 + z2 ),
(b) V = xy2 z4 ,
(c) U = z cos /(1 + r2 ),
(d) W = eR sin ,
(e) S = 4x2 ez + y3 ,
(f) N = r2 cos2 ,
(g) M = R cos sin .
Solution:
(a) From Eq. (3.72),
T = x
6x
(x2 + z
EEL3801 Computer Organization (Summer 2012)
Quiz # 3 (100=40+60)
Q1. This problem covers floating-point IEEE format.
(a) List four floating-point operations that cause NaN to be created?
(b) Assuming single precision IEEE 754 format, what decimal number i
EEL 3801 - Computer Organization
Summer 2012
Project #3
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1. Introduction
In this project you will be using MARS simulator to run
EEL 3801 - Computer Organization
Summer 2012
Project #2
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Introduction
In statistics, arithmetic mean (or simply mean, average, or
EEL 3801 - Computer Organization
Summer 2012
Project #1
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Literature
Patterson
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Q1. (25 pts.) Translate the following pseudocode to MIPS, assuming all integer
arithmetic:
if ($t8<0) then
cfw_
while ($a1 < $a2) do
cfw_
$a1 = $a1 + 1;
$a2 = $a2 1;
else
cfw_
$a0 = $a1 + $a2;
Make sure you comment all the instructions.
Q2. (25 pts.) T
Q1. (25 pts.) Translate the following pseudocode to MIPS, assuming all integer
arithmetic:
if ($t8<0) then
cfw_
while ($a1 < $a2) do
cfw_
$a1 = $a1 + 1;
$a2 = $a2 1;
else
cfw_
$a0 = $a1 + $a2;
Make sure you comment all the instructions.
There may be ma
Q1. (25 pts.) Two variables x and y are stored in memory locations X and Y.
a. (10 pts.) Write a sequence of MIPS instructions that would check if the
values in X and Y have same signs.
b. (15 pts.) Use your code in part (a) to write a sequence of MIPS in
Q1. (25 pts.) Two variables x and y are stored in memory locations X and Y.
a. (10 pts.) Write a sequence of MIPS instructions that would check if the
values in X and Y have same signs.
We can use XOR to check if the msb are different:
lw
lw
xor
$s0, X($z
4. ELECTROSTATICS
Applied EM by Ulaby, Michielssen and
Ravaioli
Chapter 4 Overview
Maxwells Equations
God said:
And there was light!
Charge Distributions
Volume charge density:
Total Charge in a Volume
Surface and Line Charge Densities
Current Density
or
3. VECTOR ANALYSIS
Applied EM by Ulaby, Michielssen and
R avaioli
Chapter 3 Overview
Laws of Vector Algebra
P roperties of Vector Operations
Equality of Two Vectors
Commutative property
P osition & Distance Vectors
Position Vector: F rom origin to point P
2-D Array of a Liquid Crystal Display
1. WAVES & PHASORS
Applied EM by Ulaby, Michielssen and
Ravaioli
Chapter 1 Overview
E xamples of EM Applications
Dimensions and Units
F undamental Forces of Nature
Gravitational Force
Force exerted on mass 2 by mass 1
EEL3470 HW3
1. Find the total charge contained inside the objects describe as follows:
a. A line on the y-axis from y = -5 m to y = 5 m, given that
b. A circular disk defined by
and
c. A cylindrical volume defined by
d. A cone defined by
,
if
,
, if
, giv