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
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
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
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
EEL 3801 - Computer Organization
Summer 2012
Project #3
Due date: MON July 30, 2012 (11:59 P.M.)
The project code and report must be submitted online through WebCourses as specified.
1. Introduction
In this project you will be using MARS simulator to run
EEL 3801 - Computer Organization
Summer 2012
Project #2
Due date: WED July 11, 2012 (11:59 P.M.)
The project code and report must be submitted online through WebCourses as specified.
Introduction
In statistics, arithmetic mean (or simply mean, average, or
EEL 3801 - Computer Organization
Summer 2012
Project #1
Due date: WED June 20th (11:59 P.M.)
The project code and report must be submitted online through WebCourses as specified.
Literature
Patterson
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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
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