ECET 105 (NEW)
ECET 105 Week 1 Homework NEW 1. Does a typical computer have any analog outputs? If so, what are they? 2. List three advantages of digital signal representation as compared to their analog representation. 3. Convert 126 x 10+2 to scientific and engineering notations. 4. Make the following conv..
ECET 105 Week 1 iLab Introduction to Laboratory Test Equipment NEW ECET 105 Week 1 iLab Introduction to Laboratory Test Equipment NEWI. OBJECTIVES 1. To learn the function and basic operation of the instruments comprising a test bench 2. &..
ECET 105 Week 2 Homework NEW 1. What is the duty cycle for a square wave signal that is HIGH for 15 nsec and LOW for 30 nsec? 2. A pulse train is shown on the oscilloscope below. Determine the period of the pulse. 3. Determine the frequency for a pulse that occurs every 10 ms. 4. What is the b..
ECET 105 Week 2 iLab Soldering Techniques and the Electronic Die Kit NEW I. OBJECTIVES 1. To learn the basics of soldering. 2. To produce mechanically and electrically sound solder joints. 3. To assemble the Electronic Die Kit. II. ..
ECET 105 Week 3 Homework NEW 1. Determine the output X for the 2-input AND gate with the input waveforms shown. 2. Determine the output X for the 2-input OR gate with the input waveforms shown. 3. Determine the output X for the 2-input Exclusive-OR gate with the input waveforms shown 4. Determ..
ECET 105 Week 3 iLab Introduction to Digital Logic Gates NEW I. OBJECTIVES To understand basic logic functions (AND, OR, and NOT) and their complement used in Boolean algebra and digital logic design. To test simple logic small-scale integration (SSI) integrated circuit (IC)..
ECET 105 Week 4 Homework NEW 1. Draw a logic circuit that performs the following Boolean expression: 2. Determine the Boolean expression for the circuit shown below. 3. The Boolean expression for an AND gate is . Does the expression also describe an AND gate? Prove your answer. 4. Write the Bo..
ECET 105 Week 4 iLab Logic Circuit Design, Simplification, Simulation, and Verification NEW Objectives: To design a digital logic circuit using a truth table and sum-of-product (SOP) formulation. To use the MultiSim program to simplify, simulate, and test the circuit operation. To build and te..
ECET 105 Week 5 Homework NEW 1. Determine the decimal value of each of the following unsigned binary numbers: 2. Determine the decimal value of each of the following signed binary numbers displayed in the 2’s complement form: 3. Determine the outputs (Cout, Sout) of a full-adder for each of the..
ECET 105 Week 5 iLab Designing Adders and Subtractors NEW Objectives: The objectives are to reinforce the concepts of binary addition/subtraction while using the Quartus II Programmable Logic Tool as well as getting used to the program. We were also supposed to build and test a simpl..
ECET 105 Week 6 Homework NEW 1. When a HIGH is on the output of the decoding circuit below, what is the binary code appearing on the inputs? 2. Write the Boolean equations for each of the following codes if an active-LOW decoder output is required. The first decode is shown as an example. 3. Wh..
ECET 105 Week 6 iLab Decoders and Multiplexers NEW Objectives: To learn about the operation of a BCD-to-seven-segment decoder To learn about the operation of a seven-segment display To learn about the operation of multiplexers To build and test a multiplexed display circuit using both discret..
ECET 105 Week 7 Homework NEW 1. Sketch the Q output for the waveforms shown. Assume that Q starts LOW. 2. Sketch the Q output for the circuit shown below. Assume that Q starts LOW. 3. Sketch the Q output for the circuit shown below. Assume that Q starts LOW. 4. Sketch the Q output for the circ..
ECET 105 Week 7 iLab Add-Subtractor using Flip-Flops NEW I. OBJECTIVES To test the operation of a 74LS74 D flip-flop and compare the operation with the predicted behavior To test the operation of a 74LS112 J-K flip-flop and compare the operation with the predicted be..
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