EECS 461, Fall 2012, Problem Set 11
issued: September 18, 2012
due: September 25, 2012
1. Consider a thermocouple that gives an output voltage of 0.5 mV/ F. Suppose we wish to measure temperatures tha
EECS 461, Fall 2012, Problem Set 2: SOLUTIONS1
issued: Thursday, September 20, 2012.
due: Thursday, September 27, 2012.
1. In all sensor interfacing, it is necessary to minimize the response of the sy
EECS 461, Fall 2012, Problem Set 21
issued: Tuesday, September 25, 2012
due: Tuesday, October 2, 2012.
1. In all sensor interfacing, it is necessary to minimize the response of the system to noise in
EECS 461, Fall 2012, Problem Set 1: SOLUTIONS1
issued: September 18, 2012
due: September 25, 2012
1. Consider a thermocouple that gives an output voltage of 0.5 mV/ F. Suppose we wish to measure tempe
EECS 461 Fall 2012
Lab 1: Familiarization and Digital I/O
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Overview
The purpose of this lab is to familiarize you with the hardware and software used in EECS 461. For
this class we will be using a 32
EECS 461, Fall 2012, Problem Set 5: SOLUTIONS1
1. (a) A Matlab simulation of the puck behavior, using Stateow, is shown in Figure 1, and a comparison
between this simulation and one using Simulink onl
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Lab 4: Pulse Width Modulation and
Introduction to Simple Virtual Worlds
(PWM)
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Virtual Spring and Virtual Wall
Virtual Spring
Puck attached to a reference point by a
virtual spring with constant
EECS 461 Fall 2012
Lab 4: Pulse Width Modulation and Simple Virtual Worlds
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Overview
The purpose of this lab is to use the Pulse Width Modulation functions of the (enhanced) Modular Input/Output Subs
EECS 461 Fall 2012
Lab 3: Queued Analog-To-Digital Conversion
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Overview
In this lab you will learn how to use the analog to digital converters on the MPC5553 microcontroller.
You will then sample a s
Notes on the Software Oscilloscope for Lab 3
J. S. Freudenberg
EECS 461, Fall 2010
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Introduction
As part of Lab 3, students use the eQADC on the MPC5553 to periodically sample sine waves of various
f
EECS 461, Fall 2012, Problem Set 3: SOLUTIONS1
issued: Tuesday October 2, 2012
due: Tuesday October 9, 2012
1. (a) SOLUTION: The plot is in Figure 1.
(b) SOLUTION: We see from Figure 1 that |H (j 20)|
EECS 461, Fall 2012, Problem Set 41
issued: Tuesday, October 9, 2012
due: Thursday, October 18, 2012
1. We have seen that important properties of second order systems are described by the roots of the
EECS 461, Fall 2012, Problem Set 4: SOLUTIONS1
1. SOLUTION:
(a). In each case, the characteristic equation has three roots. For example, for K = 10, the roots lie
at 999, 1.89 2.53j . The fast root as
EECS 461, Fall 2012, Problem Set 61
issued: Thursday October 25, 2012
due: Thursday November 1, 2012
1. Consider the 2nd and 4th order Runge-Kutta methods for numerical integration. As discussed in cl
How to Start the InCircuit Debugger
1) Start ICDPPCNexus InCircuit Debugger. A shortcut is located on the desktop labeled as
ICDPPCNEXUS.
2) All of the options shoul
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Special Topics for
Embedded Programming
Fall 2012
Jeff Cook
EECS 4238
[email protected]
Reference: The C Programming Language by Kernighan
& Ritchie
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Embedded Control Systems
Professor Freudenb
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EECS 461, Fall 2012, Problem Set 31
issued: Tuesday October 2, 2012
due: Tuesday October 9, 2012
In this problem set you will use Matlab to obtain several plots. My major concern is that you understan