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Table of Contents
Contents
Preface. i
Laboratory Manual to Accompany 8086/8088 Microprocessors. i
Microprocessors and Assembly Language Laboratory Manual . ii
Objectives:- . ii
Introduction to Assembly programming . ii
Experiments . 1
Experiment 1.
Uses of the OSI Model
You should be familiar with the OSI model, because it is the most widely used method
for talking about network communications. However, remember that it is only a
theoretical model that defines standards for programmers and network a
1. You are the administrator of a 10basesT Ethernet network. If the duplex setting is
changed to full-duplex on the cable segment connecting your switch to your server,
how much bandwidth would be available between the switch and the server?
a.
b.
c.
d.
1
Network Analysis
10ES34
PART A
UNIT 1:
Basic Concepts: Practical sources, Source transformations, Network reduction using Star Delta
transformation, Loop and node analysis With linearly dependent and independent sources for DC
and AC networks, Concepts of
Chapter
2
2.1
Network Topology
Introduction
An important step in the procedure for solving any circuit problem consists rst in selecting a
number of independent branch currents as (known as loop currents or mesh currents) variables,
and then to express al
Network Functions for Simple Circuits
Introduction
Each of the circuits in this problem set is represented by a network function. Network functions
are defined, in the frequency-domain, to be quotient obtained by dividing the phasor
corresponding to the c
Chapter
2
2.1
Network Topology
Introduction
An important step in the procedure for solving any circuit problem consists rst in selecting a
number of independent branch currents as (known as loop currents or mesh currents) variables,
and then to express al
Many electric circuits are complex, but it is an engineers goal to reduce their complexity to
analyze them easily. In the previous chapters, we have mastered the ability to solve networks
containing independent and dependent sources making use of either m
4.1
Introduction
There are many reasons for studying initial and nal conditions. The most important reason is that
the initial and nal conditions evaluate the arbitrary constants that appear in the general solution
of a differential equation.
In this chap
RESPONSE OF
FIRST-ORDER RC
AND RL CIRCUITS
C.T. Pan
1
7.1 The Natural Response of an RC Circuit
7.2 The Natural Response of an RL Circuit
7.3 Singularity Functions
7.4 The Step Response of RC and RL Circuit
C.T. Pan
2
7.1 The Natural Response of an RC Cir
CHAPTER 3
LOAD FLOW ANALYSIS
[CONTENTS: Review of solution of equations, direct and iterative methods,
classification of buses, importance of slack bus and YBUS based analysis,
constraints involved, load flow equations, GS method: algorithms for finding t
EECE251
Circuit Analysis I
Set 4: Capacitors, Inductors, and
First-Order Linear Circuits
Shahriar Mirabbasi
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of British Columbia
[email protected]
SM
EECE 251, Set 4
1
Overview
Passive elements
GCompute & itSC-
CCNA
Ashebir Gbere
GCompute & itSC-
Content
Most common LAN media
Making cable - LAB
Layer 1 components and devices
Collisions and collision domains
GCompute & itSC-
Schedule
Day
Lesson
No
15-May
5.1
5.2
17-May 5.4
5.3
Name
Chapter 4
CCNA1
OSI - model
Do not plot harm against your neighbor , who lives trustfully near you
1-CCNA v4.01
Objectives
General model of communication
The OSI reference model
Comparison between OSI and
TCP/IP reference model
2-CCNA v4.01
Overview
In the early 1
Uses of the OSI Model
You should be familiar with the OSI model, because it is the most widely used method
for talking about network communications. However, remember that it is only a
theoretical model that defines standards for programmers and network a
COMPARING NETWORKING DEVICES
The following table compares the networking devices that you are learning
about in the CCNA program.
DEVICE
Repeater
ADVANTAGES
Can connect different
types of media; can
extend the distance a
network can reach; does
not increa
Hierarchical Design
Hierarchical models for network design allow you to design
networks in layers.
Network designs follow one of two general design strategies:
mesh or
hierarchical.
In a mesh structure
network topology is flat
all routers perform essent
Ethernet collisions
CCNA1 module 6
13 Jan 2016
GCompute & itSC
1
Media Access Control
Many
networks have a shared medium
environment where several hosts have
access to the same cable or airspace.
If hosts transmit at the same time, their
signals will be
Ethernet Architecture Facts
The following table shows specifics of the Ethernet architecture.
Topology
Media Access
Method
Physical topologies-bus, star, cascading star
Logical topology-bus (physical bus, logical bus; physical star, logical
bus), star (ph
ASCII CODES
These are the official recognized codes used by computers to store text files.
Numbers 0-31 are programming codes for printers.
32.
33.
34.
35.
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37.
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ESQUEMA - SECUENCIA DE COLORES
CABLE UTP
De izquierda a derecha:
PATCH CABLE : Straight-Through
Cable de Conexion Directa. Conecta una PC/Panel al Hub/Switch (cable horizontal) 90 m
Ambos conectores (Estandar T568-B):
Prueba visual: Se colocan los conect
1. You are the administrator of a 10basesT Ethernet network. If the duplex setting is
changed to full-duplex on the cable segment connecting your switch to your server,
how much bandwidth would be available between the switch and the server?
a.
b.
c.
d.
1
Matrix Multiplication
7.2
Introduction
When we wish to multiply matrices together we have to ensure that the operation is possible
and this is not always so. Also, unlike number arithmetic and algebra even when the product
exists the order of multiplicat
Computer Networks
A group of two or more computer systems linked together. There are many [types] of computer networks:
Peer To Peer (workgroups)
The computers are connected by a network, however, there is NOT a Server present.
Client/Server
The computers
Statistics 1510: Statistical Thinking and Concepts, Winter 2013
Assignment #4
Due on Wednesday April 3, 2013 by 10.00 a.m (In box #1)
Q1. A study of the students taking distance learning courses at a university nds that
they are mostly older students not
Homework 4
1. The probability that Gloria will answer her telephone is 3 and will not answer her telephone is
5
2
. Let X be a random variable such that X=1 if the telephone is answered and X=0 if it is not
5
answered.
(a) List the elements of the sample