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Question 35986

posted 1 years ago

2. Consider the following sequential circuit given in Figure 2
(a) Determine the circuit’s characteristic equations.
(b) Determine the circuit's state-transition table.
(c) Determine the circuit's state-transition diagram.

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Question 35989

posted 1 years ago

5. Develop a Verilog HDL design of the circuit provided in problem #1. Show your HDL code as well as the simulation results.

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Question 35985

posted 1 years ago

1. Consider the following sequential circuit given in Figure 1
(a) Determine the circuit's characteristic equations.
(b) Determine the circuit's state-transition table.
(c) Determine the circuit's state-transition diagram.

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Question 35990

posted 1 years ago

6. Develop a Verilog HDL design of the circuit provided in problem #2. Show your HDL code as well as the simulation results.

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Question 35988

posted 1 years ago

4. Consider the following state-transition diagram given in Figure 3, with one input x, and one outputF.
(a) Determine the state-transition table
(b) Assign bits to to each state and determine the truth table
(c) Determine Boolean Algebra expressions for each state bit, and output
(d) Design circuitry to perform the operation of the state-transition diagram

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Question 35987

posted 1 years ago

3. Consider the following state-transition diagram of a circuit with 2 inputs (x and y) and 1 output (F).
(a) Reduce the number of states in the state transition diagram
(b) Assign bits to each state
(d) Design circuitry to perform the operation of the updated state-transition diagram
(e) Determine Boolean Algebra expressions for each state bit and output

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Question 34906

posted 1 years ago

\text { Consider the passband signal } u_{p}(t)=\operatorname{sinc}(20 t)^{2} \cos (2000 \pi t)+\operatorname{sinc}(20 t) \sin (2000 \pi t) \text {. }
(a) Find uc and us, the I and Q components of the signal, using the reference frequency fe = 1000.
(b) Find Uc and Us, the spectra of the I and Q components.
(c) Find u(t), the complex envelope, and e(t), the envelope.
(d) Find the bandwidth of u, and the bandwidth of u. (For the definition of bandwidth of a passband signal, use the convention of equation (2.67) and the lecture notes, not of Figure 2.25.)
(e) Draw a circuit using multipliers and low pass filters that extracts uc and us from the passband signal up-
(f) Assume that each of the filters in the previous part have ideal low pass frequency responses.Specify the interval of possible choices for the upper end of the frequency band passed by each filter.

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Question 34905

posted 1 years ago

pts) Textbook problem 2.9 part (a)

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Question 34904

posted 1 years ago

s) Textbook problem 2.18

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Question 34907

posted 1 years ago

\text { 2. (36 pts) Let } u(t)=\frac{1}{1+(2 \pi t)^{2}} \text { and } v(t)=e^{-|t|} \text {. Express all answers with both an exact analytic expression }
and a decimal approximation.
(a) Find the smallest frequency bands that contain 90%, 99%, and 99.9% of the energy of u. Do the same for v.
(b) Find the frequency bands where |U(f)|² is at least c times the maximum value of |U(f)|² force {0.1,0.01,0.001}. Do the same for V.

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