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Assignment Two
1. [5%] Explain why the mesh analysis method does not apply to non-planar circuits.
2. [30%] Use mesh analysis to find VO of the two circuits shown below.
VO
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40
30
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(b)
3. [15%] A simplified transistor circuit is sh
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1. (2002 hw4) [20 pts] Design a finite state machine which inputs a 2-bit binary
number in each clock step, and outputs the
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Lab 2 Breadboarding & TTL Exercise II
Objectives
To gain practical experience with digital laboratory equipments.
To observe the properties of TTL chips.
To gain experience in digital logic design (logic gate level).
ERG2020B:DigitalLogic&Systems
Lab1 Breadboarding & TTL Exercise I
Objectives
To gain practical experience with digital laboratory equipments.
To observe the properties of TTL chips.
To analyze the function of TTL chips and search information from data
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ERG2020B: Homework# 3
Due: 5pm, 9th Oct, 2009
1. Simplify the following Boolean functions by means of a three-variable map: [15 pts]
a) F(X,Y,Z) = m( 0,1,6,7 )
yz = 00
yz = 01
yz = 11
yz = 10
x =0
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Department of Computer Science and Engineering, CUHK
ERG2020B: Homework# 3
Due: 5pm, 9th Oct, 2009
1. Simplify the following Boolean functions by means of a three-variable map: [15 pts]
a) F(X,Y,Z) = m( 0,1,6,7 )
b) F(A, B,C) = m( 1,2,3,5,6 )
c) F(A,B,C)
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, CUHK
ERG2020B: Homework# 3
Due:on class (after Midterm I), 20th Oct, 2010
1. Simplify the following Boolean functions by means of a three-variable map: [15 pts]
a) F(X,Y,Z) = m( 0,2,4,7 )
b) F(A, B,C) = m( 0
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ELE1110A Basic Circuit Theory
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Homework #3
Due: 5:00pm, 10 November, 2009, Tuesday
(Late homework will not be accepted)
1.
[15%] The op-amps in the circuit shown below are ideal op-amps.
(a) What is the voltage at node 1? (5
ELE1110A Assignment 2 Solution (Oct, 2009)
Q1. Non-planar circuits are circuits that cannot be drawn on a plane without branches
crossing. A clearer comparison is illustrated in the following:
Circuit example 1
Circuit type
Planar circuit
Non-planar circu
ELE1110A
Assignment One
1. [30%] The resistive voltage divider can be used for TV volume control. The
circuit below illustrates such an application. The speaker can simply be treated as
a 50 resistor. It is known that R5 = 100. Find the values of R1, R2,
1st term 2009/2010
ELE1110A Basic Circuit Theory
Prof. KP Pun
Homework #2
Due: 5:00pm, 6 October, 2009, Tuesday
(Late homework will not be accepted)
1. [5%] Explain why the mesh analysis method does not apply to non-planar circuits.
2. [30%] Use mesh anal
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Quiz 1 Review
average = 113 (total = 120)
standard deviation = 9
no big problems
do base conversion with reference to the the given value only
copy and paste.be careful
make sure you know how to app
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Homework #1 Sept. 11, 2009
Due: 5:00pm, Sept. 21, 2009 (hand in your solution to tutors)
(Late homework will not be accepted)
1. [30%] The resistive voltage divider can be used for TV volume co
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Error Debugging (continued)
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Basic Hamming Code (7, 4) Hamming Code
We know Parity Bit, but what is it for?
detect errors (error detection)
help to correct errors (error debugging)
Hamming Code makes
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ELE1110A Basic Circuit Theory
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Homework #1 Sept. 11, 2009
Due: 5:00pm, Sept. 21, 2009 (hand in your solution to tutors)
(Late homework will not be accepted)
1. [30%] The resistive voltage divider can be used for TV volume co
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ENGG2020B (22th September, 2010): Tutorial 2
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ENGG2020B: Digital Logic & Systems (Fall 2010)
Homework #4
Suggested Solution
1. Convert the following circuit to an equivalent circuit [10 pts]
(a) using 2-input NAND gates only
a
b
c
d
b
a
e
(b) using 3-input NOR gates only
a
b
c
d
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2. Implement f
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