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Computer programs (such as Matlab, Mathematica, SPICE, etc) ...

Computer programs (such as Matlab, Mathematica, SPICE, etc) are not allowed. Problem #1 Calculate the frequency response of the folded cascode topology shown below. Don't confuse this topology with differential pair, as one of the transistors is an NMOS and the other is a PMOS. (Cox=1.0fF/um&sup...

The Design Problem For the transfer function below: = (s) ...

The Design Problem For the transfer function below: = (s) + (i) Construct the pole-zero diagram. (ii) Construct the straight line magnitude and phase Bode plots. (iii) Find the step response Vo(t) when vi(t) = u(t) V. Consider using Mat-Lab. (iv) Design a circuit that will realize the transfe...

3) A signal x(/) = 2cos(24) ,where f =1A-Hz is sampled at ti...

3) A signal x(/) = 2cos(24) ,where f =1A-Hz is sampled at time instants r = nr„n =0,±1,±2 where the sampling rate f, = 4IdIz and the duty cycle d =0.5. Assume that the natural sampling is used. (a) Sketch the sampled signal for 0 s r 587; . (b) An ideal low-pass filter with gain ...

In a CD player, the sampling rate is 44.1 KHz and the sample...

In a CD player, the sampling rate is 44.1 KHz and the samples are quantized using a 16-bit/sample quantizer. Determine the resulting number of bits for a piece of music with duration of 50 minutes. a) assuming that the signal is a sinusoid with the amplitude equal to the maximum allowed level of ...

Finite State Machine Design–A Vending Machine De...

Finite State Machine Design–A Vending Machine Design a vending machine with finite state machine using verilog 1.0 Introduction Design of sequential circuits is quite a bit more involved than that of combinational circuits. There are many opportunities for thing...

x1(t) x2(1) 1 N/m f(t) 1 kg 1 N-s/m 1 kg 1 Frictionl...

x1(t) x2(1) 1 N/m f(t) 1 kg 1 N-s/m 1 kg 1 Frictionless Figure 2-18 1) Find the transfer function, X2/F, for the network shown in Figure 2-18 R L + vi(t) C - Figure 4-6 2) Find the value of R and C in Figure 4-6, where L = 1H so that a unit step voltage input will cause a 20% ov...

Problem #1 (30 pts) To reduce the mass of a titanium bulkhe...

Problem #1 (30 pts) To reduce the mass of a titanium bulkhead for a spacecraft, a machinist drills an array of holes in the bulkhead. The bulkhead is a triangular-shaped plate with a base and height of 13.0 ft and 8.00 ft, respectively, and a thickness of 2.0x101 mm. For the density of titanium, us...

III. Preparation 1. For the circuit of Figure 2.2 calculate...

III. Preparation 1. For the circuit of Figure 2.2 calculate RT, I2, I3, I4, Is, I6, Is, V1, Vs. Vs, and V4. With Vs = 15 V, R1 = 510 9 2, R2 = 510 Q2, R3 = 2.2 kQ, R4 = 2.7 Rs = 470 02, and R6 = 510 Q. Show all computer simulation. 2. For the circuit of Figure 2.3 calculate RT, Is, I1, I2, and l...

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