EE 203 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 3: DC and AC Analysis on Resistive Circuits
Objectives:
In this experiment, you will learn how to:
a) Generate a desired signal with WG.
b) Measure AC and DC voltages with digital multimeter.
c) Measure DC
EE 203 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 2
Introduction to Mixed Signal Oscilloscope and Waveform Generator
Objectives:
In this experiment, you will learn:
a) How to create desired frequency by using waveform generator.
b) How to measure amplitude
EE 203 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 6 First Order Circuits
Objectives:
In this experiment, you will learn:
a) Experimental observation of the first order circuit characteristics for capacitive and inductive
circuits, including input-to-output
EE 203 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 5 Capacitors and Inductors
Objectives:
In this experiment, you will learn:
a) Capacitance and inductance measurement methods.
b) Terminal characteristics, parallel and serial connections of capacitors and i
EE 203 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 1
Introduction to Electrical Circuit Laboratory
Objectives:
In this experiment, you will learn:
a) Reading the color codes of resistors and understand the tolerance of resistors.
b) Setting up parallel/seri
EE 203 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 7 Operational Amplifier Applications and Timer 555
Objectives:
In this experiment, you will learn:
a) Operational Amplifier Applications
b) Working principle of NE555 device
c) Generate square wave by using
EE 203 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS LABORATORY
EXPERIMENT 4: Operational Amplifiers
Objectives:
In this experiment, you will learn basic applications of Operational Amplifiers.
Equipment List:
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Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
Waveform Generator
Digit
EE 203 CIRCUIT THEORY LABORATORY I
EXPERIMENT 8 Second Order Circuits
Objectives:
In this experiment, you will learn:
a) The square wave and sin wave responses of series and parallel RLC circuits.
b) Obtaining the i-v characteristics of the nonlinear resi
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Homework 8
Spring 2015
Friday, April 10
Read Section 1 of Chapter V from Pinsky and Karlin.
Solve the following four problems.
1. Let X = cfw_Xt ; t 0 be a Poisson process with rate = 3. Calculate
(a) Pcfw_X2 3,
(b)
IE 325
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STOCHASTIC MODELING
Homework 7
Spring 2015
Friday, April 3
Read Section 2.4 of Chapter IV from Pinsky and Karlin.
Solve the following four problems.
1. The lifetime of a component of a computer is measured in discrete units and has prob
IE 325
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STOCHASTIC MODELING
Homework 6
Spring 2015
Friday, March 27
Read Section 1 of Chapter IV from Pinsky and Karlin.
Solve the following four problems.
1. Let X be a regular MC on some state space E with one-step transition probability matr
IE 325
S. Dayank
STOCHASTIC MODELING
Homework 4
Spring 2015
Friday, March 6
Read Sections 1 and 2 Chapter III from Pinsky and Karlin.
Solve the following four problems.
1. Let X = (Xn ) be a Markov chain on E = cfw_0, 1, 2 with Pcfw_X0 = 0 = 0.3 and Pcf
IE 325
S. Dayank
STOCHASTIC MODELING
Homework 3
Spring 2015
Friday, February 27
Read Sections 2 and 3 of Chapter II from Pinsky and Karlin.
Solve the following four problems.
1. The number of voltage surges in factory on a typical day has Poisson distri
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IE 325
S. Dayank
STOCHASTIC MODELING
Homework 2
Spring 2015
Friday, February 20
Read Section 3 of Chapter I and Section 1 of Chapter II from Pinsky and Karlin.
Solve the following four problems.
1. We toss 10 coins. Each coin shows heads with probabilit
IE 325
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STOCHASTIC MODELING
Homework 1
Spring 2015
Friday, February 13
Read Sections 2.1-2.3, 2.7 of Chapter I from Pinsky and Karlin.
Solve the following four problems.
1. Let A, B, C be three events. Express the following new events using set
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