Analog electronic
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...analog computing where for example in simulating a mechanical system, the voltage across the capacitor would stand for an objects... ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY REPORT & number Introduction According to (Karris, 2005), the negative feedback in an operational amplifier makes it that the op-amp circuit characteristics, such as input and output resistance, gain and bandwidth are dependent on the external circuit components and do not depend on the manufacturing variations or temperature coefficient of the op-amp. The experiment was aimed at confirming this by building and testing various op-amp circuits that make use of negative feedback. The circuits are mainly built of the operational amplifier inte...
Analog and Digital Formats
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...analog transmission and digital transmission. When we say analog the “ transmission uses signals that are exact replicas of a sound wave or picture being transmitted” ( thinkquest.org ). For example, a pattern of heartbeat is seen on the ECG machine which can be interpreted visually by a doctor. The original music sound is considered an analog. However, when it comes to encoding sound or music, the digital transmission is used nowadays. The main reason is explained by Smith ( 1999 ) in the book Why Digitize? Smith asserts that : .. flexibility is one of the chief assets of digital information.  The bits of data can be recombined for easy... There are two types of telecommunication transmission, analog...
Networking Class - Analog and Digital Comparison Paper
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...Analog and Digital Comparison Paper Analog and Digital Comparison Paper From ancient times, people have been coming up with ways to improve their livelihoods. There are many ways improvements have been done in different sectors. Technology is one sector that has improved a lot in especially the last three decades. It all started with simple arts and by the 20th century, technology included arts, processes and tools that are used to change or manipulate the environment. Technology has been of great interest to not only science and technology gurus, but to other people as well. There are many changes that have been witnessed in this broad field making its...
Testing Analog and Mixed Signal Circuits With Built In Hardware
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...analog mixed-signal embedded-core-based are intended to be tested with the help of this paper. In this article the method used for testing the components of analog mixed-signal circuit is oscillation-based built-in self-test (OBIST). Moreover, in association with the components of analog-circuit the OBIST composition is used for the on - chip generation of oscillatory responses. In the mixed signal SOCs environment, OBIST method is suitable for testing analog-circuit since, it does not involve any complex response analyzers and stimulus generators. HSPICE explains the wide-ranging simulation on sample analog and mixed-signal circuits and other added... System-on-chips (SOCs) with built-in hardware and...
Literature review of Analog Circuit Computer Aided Design
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...Analog Circuit Computer Aided Design (CAD) Introduction The main purpose of this research of "Analog CAD" is to get the values of transistor sizes and components values like resistors and capacitances if the analog circuit specification is given. The optimization technique it adopts is geometric programming (Boyd, 2004). Till today analog circuit design automation is done for long length transistors or sub-micron transistors. Main objective of this research work is to automate circuit in deep sub-micron region. Before starting actual work on any topic it is necessary... --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- --------------------------- Literature Review of...
Introduction Vision Mission Goals Obs Competitors ADI
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...Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) was established in 1965. Its headquarters are near Boston, in Norwood, Massachusetts. Its common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange, or NYSE, under the symbol ADI, and it is included in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. It designs, manufactures, and markets a wide line of high-performance ICs that incorporate analog, mixed signal, and digital signal processing technologies (Analog, 2011, p.3). It sells its products all over the globe through a direct sales staff, third-party distributors, independent sales representatives, and its website (Analog, 2011, p.7). It operates in one kind of segment, which is made of two distinct groups: one on products... Introduction...
Introduction Vision Mission Goals Obs Competitors ADI
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...Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) was established in 1965. Its headquarters are near Boston, in Norwood, Massachusetts. Its common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange, or NYSE, under the symbol ADI, and it is included in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. It designs, manufactures, and markets a wide line of high-performance ICs that incorporate analog, mixed signal, and digital signal processing technologies (Analog, 2011, p.3). It sells its products all over the globe through a direct sales staff, third-party distributors, independent sales representatives, and its website (Analog, 2011, p.7). It operates in one kind of segment, which is made of two distinct groups: one on products... ?Introduction...
Communication Systems
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...analog information signals into a discrete pulses which will then be transported from its source to certain destination via a physical transmission media. With the pulse code modulation (PCM), in order to transmit the sample information analog signal as an output, the signals are converted to a series of n-bit binary codes. Note that each code is the same in number of bits and each code requires the same amount of time in transmitting pulses from the source to its destination (Tomasi 275). Filtering. Filtering... is the initial step in converting the analog signal to a digital form. In this step, the higher frequency of the signal is filtered out to make the conversion of...
Butterworth Filter
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...Analog Electronic Filter Design". 23 March. 2009. Larrry D.Paarmann."Design and Analysis of Analog Filters". 2001 (P 272)... 23April 2009 Delayed equalized low pass Butterworth filter Butterworth filter gives flat magnitude response in pass band and adequate rate of roll off in stop band low pass butter worth filters allow to pass all low frequency component up to cutoff frequency and block all other higher frequency above the cutoff value . phase compensated filter (all pass filter with magnitude is unity but phase vary with frequency) is used in Butterworth low pass filter when magnitude and frequency response are desirable but phase response is less than desirable . ...
Electrical Engineering specialization on Circuit Design
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...analog and mixed signal integrated circuits (Huijsing, Johan, Rudy... Circuit Design Electrical engineering is a field of study that makes use of innovations of science to come up and develop electrical systems, devices and components that are secure, consistent and realistic (Baker, 6). Some of the important practices that are performed by electrical engineers include designing of devices such as iPads and green energy consistent motor vehicles and also wireless communication systems and more so stylish network technologies (Huijsing, Johan, Rudy & Willy, 34). In addition to their responsibilities is that they are involved in the designing and creation of electrical electric motors, controls,...
Nucleoside Analogue
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...Analog Therapy S. Saab, S. Desai, D. Tsaoi, F. Durazoa,S. Hana, A. McClune, C. Holt, D. Farmer, L. Goldstein and R. W. Busuttil Article Summary The most common strategy for thwarting Hepatitis B recurrence in the liver transplant patient is using a combination of hepatitis B immune globulin (HBIg) along with an oral antiviral agent like lamivudine. This strategy has been proven very effective and significantly reduces the hepatitis B reinfection in liver transplant patients. The patient survival rate increases considerably. Due to this procedure, the survival rate of hepatitis B virus (HBV) related cirrhosis... ?Post-transplantation Hepatitis B Prophylaxis with Combination Oral Nucleoside and Nucleotide...
Electribe Sequencers
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...analog. The prominence of analog synthesizers is truly justified by ES1 as it has rich scale of sound, punchy filters, flexible modulation... Analysis of Synthesizers: ES1 and ES2 Introduction Electribe Sequencers are an innovative type of samplers which not only play back a recorded sound, but let process the samples to create an own signature sound. A sample played on it can be effectively modified using the pitch, filter and effect knobs in order to drastically alter the sounds. These sequencers have a unique Time Slice function which chops a sample sound or phrase into pieces, creating intricate patters from a simple ...
Five Forces for Semiconductor Industry
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...Analog, 2011, p.2). The main players in the industry that are included for this research are Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), Altera Corp. (ALTR), LSI Corp. (LSI), and NVIDIA Corp. (NVDA). Barriers to entry (Low-Medium) Barriers to entry are not significantly high in the industry, especially for firms that can access cheaper materials from other countries. New market entrants may have products that have lower prices than existing companies... ?Industry Analysis: The U.S. Semiconductor Industry The U.S. semiconductor industry consists of manufacturers of semiconductors for different products and systems. Semiconductor components are “the electronic building blocks used in electronic systems and equipment”...
Digital Audio Theory
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...Analog-to-Digital Conversion & Advanced Audio Coding Outline Quantization: what is it 2. The sampling theorem and the Nyquist frequency 3. Antialias filters 4. Advanced ADC 5. AAC scheme Usually audio signals (speech, music, echoes, noise, etc.) are continuous. Analog-to-digital conversion (ADC) is the process that allows digital electronic systems to interact with these continuous (i.e. analog) signals. Digital audio is different from its continuous counterpart in two important respects: it is sampled, and it is quantized. Both of these restrict how much information a digital audio signal can contain. Hence, it is necessary to understand what information needs to be retained... Digital Audio Theory:...
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
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...analog signals in PLC systems: 2 different types of analog signals used with PLC systems can be identified as current and voltage. A current signal can be used to denote the level of fluid in a tank. Typical value of current is 4 to 20mA. A voltage signal can be used for indication in a system measuring load. Typical value is identified as 0 to 5V. [1] [b]Example of what a signal value... Topic: Programmable Logic Controllers Signals in PLC systems 2) Numbering systems and Resolution 3) Decimal to Binary, BCD and Hexadecimal conversion and 2’s complement of given number. Keywords: current, voltage, signal, binary, decimal, hexadecimal, BCD, resolution, ADC 1. Signals in PLC systems [a]Commonly used analog...
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMPACT DISC AND RECORDS
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...analog. Price: The price of records is much higher because of the high cost expenditure incurred in manufacturing process. However, Compact Discs are comparatively cheaper and can stored hefty amount of data. Sound Quality: Vinyl records can play music as good as CDs. The difference is extremely small and negligible (Vinyl Vs. CD Part 3. Sound Difference Between LP’s and CD’s). After researching thoroughly... ?Difference between Compact Disc and Records Introduction Gramophone records are also known as “phonograph record” or “vinyl record” or informally “record”. The very first record was developed by Thomas Alva Edison in 1877, which was made on cylinders (About Vinyl Records). A new improved version...
Safety management
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...analog. The latter have been in use for long until better and more inherent accurate components were developed to give accurate results having decimals contrary to analog ones. This study’s core focus encompasses thermal stress, which is exchange of heat with an ambient... Environmental Heat Index Measurement Introduction Heat Index refers to a certain region’s extent of coldness and warmthstate based on relative humidity (Gieseke 175). This implies suppose a region has high quantities of humidity, then its heat high index is and vice versa (Gieseke 175). Determining this extent of quantity of humidity’s effect on heat index entails use of varied instruments whereby some are digital whereas others...
Nyquist/Shannon
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...analog signal which is band limited, it can then be rightly redeveloped from an unlimited series of samples on condition that the speed of sampling is more than two B samples in every second. However, in case the signal... NYQUIST/SHANNON THEOREM Nyquist-Shannon Theorem The Nyquist Shannon theorem was given the in honor of its two founders;Shannon Claude and Harry Nyquist. It is often referred to as the sampling theory. Sampling simply refers to the conversion of signals, for instance, from a constant space or time function to a distinct space or time function (Lucas, 2000). The theory is essential in the dispensation of signals and telecommunications. The theorem defines that, in case a function does...
Digital video has made everyone a movie maker - completion
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...analog all the way to digital. The technology has not only enhanced the capability... DIGITAL VIDEOGRAPHY Each year, many independent films are created and vast majority of such films make use of digital cameras. Some years back, the process was impossible because of the quality cost of the 35 millimeter cameras, which were extremely expensive in terms of editing equipment. Presently, each person can make a high quality film with around 1000 dollar camera. Such set ups enable films to be shot as well as edited with remarkable effects, and unimaginable CG sequences in professional film studios in the past 20 years. In the past century, motion pictures have been used by the masses and allowed people to...
Digital Telecommunications and Networks
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...analog signals. Digital signals are relatively immune to noise, as opposed to analog signals. This is because with digital signals, it is not necessary to evaluate the exact amplitude, frequency, or phase to determine if its condition is either logic 1 or logic 0. It only involves evaluating transmitted pulses at precise time intervals, and determining whether the said pulse is above or equal to a set reference level (logic 1), or below it (logic 0). Digital transmission systems make use of signal regeneration as opposed to the signal amplification of analog transmission systems. This makes digital... Part General Review of Signaling A Briefly explain how digital signals become more noise free than...
Telecommunication
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...analog or digital format. The digital have an advantage of analog signals in that the much of the noise is far removed in digital signals. Radio and television broadcasting find wide ranges of analog transmission. Television uses short waves to transmit audio and video over long distances in the atmosphere. Some of the disturbances that may affect the distribution are manmade noise, atmospheric noise and thus the weather. Other wave radiations can contribute to the unclear reception of the frequencies. The receiver usually receives the information from the modulators and demodulates it to get an excellent reception of the message. The...
Technology Trends
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...analog and digital. Analog technology has been around for years and includes most home telephones, stereos, and other machines that produce replications of the human voice that are cluttering up apartments today. According to Howard Massey (2005), the sound that we hear is simply the back and forth movement of the air. Analog... 1Technology Page Thesis: Technology is the driving force behind the world we live in. Like our every day whims, technology changes, alters, and evolves very quickly. Technology is finicky. What was brand new yesterday is out of date tomorrow. Everything we do, from what we eat to how we get to work in the morning to the paper we read and the means that we read it, is predic...
Analogue Voltage/Ripple Generator
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...analog low-pass filter and increases the ripples of the harmonics. The filtered PWM performs as a DAC... Logic and Programming Analogue Voltage/Ripple Generator TASK Program Design and Implementation 1. Flow ofEvents The program is designed in C programming language in Energia Launch Pad. The frequency range used in the generation of the PWM signal is between 0 and 255, with an interval of 50 between each frequency. The conceptual design of the program is shown below. Fig 1: Coding and Testing The flowchart in figure 2 below shows the working of the program in controlling of the brightness of the LED, signifying the opening of the Cabinet Lock. Fig 2: Working of the Program 1.2. Application of Security Th...
Journalism and Communication Essay
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...analog to digital television has begun. The digital television is a much... ?Introduction:- The television was not invented in a one shot, rather it was an evolutionary process which began over a hundred years ago. The continuous advancement of technology and fierce competition among sellers of television drove the TV forward to produce what it is today (Bruin and Smits). The television is probably the most cost effective, common and popular electronic device in the world. It helps educate, entertain and update the general public about all the happenings that may concern them or otherwise. The television has gone through continuous evolution since its invention and in recent years the transition from...
Digital Audio Industry
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...analog signals over point... COMMERCIALISATION PROCESS AND STRATEGY Audio for Pre-Seed Investors Table of Contents Executive Summary 2. Capability 3. Market analysis 4. Product extension 5. Market trends 6. Conclusion This has to be an IM. Executive Summary Audio media is an inseparable and important part of any business today. A good audio input can make a business venture a success. Televisions, radios, CD players, cassette players, MP3 players, mobile phone, rotary phones, intercom systems, and even the internet is a form of audio media. The need for audio equipment in today's society is well established. This is certainly true. However, the commonest way of distributing audio is still via ana...
Visual Arts and Films
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...analog signal is a signal that is electrical and continuous while the digital wave is electrical wave that is non-continuous .TV wave changes constantly its width or amplitude even if it is a continuous movement in one way or direction while the digital wave transforms its signal instantly from zero to one and is not limited to any specific time frame. TV wave changes its value continuously through the change of the properties of the electrical voltage while the digital wave has values which are discrete. Analogue signals are varied because of the time period and it follows electrical signal which are not direct. The digital wave... Essay, Visual Arts and Films Qn TV wave which is also known as the...
Older (dumphones) better and more worth while than newer (smartphones).
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...Analog There had been a lot of developments brought about by the marriage of wireless technology to the information and communication technologies, the most overwhelming of which was the smartphone. With a device that fits on the palm of the hands, vast forms of information are made available and accessible via the gadget. But changes to the way people live through this technology cannot be done by the lot: many remain loyal users of analog or dumb phones as market research showed. Phones, after all, were made for basic communication and it does not need to be as complicated or detailed as a streaming media. It only... Smartphone Versus Dumbphones: Why The Majority of Phone Users Still Patronize the...
Critique
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...analog or digital systems. Analog recording is often facilitated by a microphone, which has the ability to detect and pick sound waves, thus recording them as graphic representations of the particular sound waves. Analog music recording was commonly used many decades ago before the invention of effective and efficient systems of music recording, it can store music for a long time and be listened to and watched... in different places easily (Cook, 2009). Digital recording, which is an advanced form of the analog music converts analog sound waves and signals picked up by a microphone into digital forms through the digitization process. In all forms, digitally...
Evaluation and Analysis of Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) in Call Centres.
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...analog-to-digital (A/D) and digital-to-analog (D/A) converter that is used to translate the signals from the outside world to digital, and vice versa. QoS: Quality of service Quality of Service (QoS) is a key concept in VOIP and is based on the premise that transmission rates, error rates... VOIP: Voice Over Internet Protocol A recent technology that uses internet protocol to relay voice over communication through data networks like the internet or corporate intranet. PSTN: Public Switched Telephone Network PSTN refers to the entire gamut of interconnected public telephone networks meant for voice traffic across the world. ISDN: Integrated Services Digital Network ISDN is an internationally accepted ...
Paraphrasing
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...analog and the digital instruments did not exhibit a significant variation in temperature. Both gadgets are designed to measure air temperature. Both instruments effectively record air temperature... Heat Measurement Heat Measurement Introduction Employees who working in hot environments are exposed to health risk because high heat level negatively affect human health. The human body can only tolerate heat up to a specific limit beyond which it becomes hazardous. Different people have different heat tolerance levels and would exhibit the symptoms of effect of heat on them at different heat exposure levels. This is usually referred to as heat strain. OSHA defines heat strain as the general physiological...
Mobile Phones Development!
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...analog telecommunication i.e. it used analog signals contrary to digital signal which came later. Contrary to digital standards, in 1G, the voice is merely modulated to frequency equal to or above 150 MHz (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, 36, 2000). Following 1G was 2G... ?Running Head: Mobile Phones Development Mobile Phones Development [Institute’s Mobile Phones Development The mobile phone industry has shown a tremendous development during the past few decades has been interesting and shocking to look at. Usually, this development is under division into three stages or generation. The first generation of mobile phone industry or ‘1G’ as its popularly known, is the era of analog...
Mobile Phones Development!
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...analog telecommunication i.e. it used analog signals contrary to digital signal which came later. Contrary to digital standards, in 1G, the voice is merely modulated to frequency equal to or above 150 MHz (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, 36, 2000). Following 1G was 2G... Running Head: Mobile Phones Development Mobile Phones Development [Institute’s Mobile Phones Development The mobile phone industry has shown a tremendous development during the past few decades has been interesting and shocking to look at. Usually, this development is under division into three stages or generation. The first generation of mobile phone industry or ‘1G’ as its popularly known, is the era of analog...
Televisuality: Style, Crisis, and authority in American television
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...analog signal is a signal that is electrical and continuous while the digital wave is electrical wave that is non-continuous .TV wave changes constantly its width or amplitude even if it is a continuous movement in one way or direction while the digital wave transforms its signal instantly from zero to one and is not limited to any specific time frame. TV wave changes its value continuously through the change of the properties of the electrical voltage while the digital wave has values which are discrete. Analogue signals are varied because of the time period and it follows electrical signal which are not direct (Caldwell, 42... ? Essay, Visual Arts and Films Qn TV wave which is also known as the analog...
The History of the Computer
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...analog, digital and hybrid. Analog computers transpired in 1940s and the numerics utilized in computation were characterized by physical quantities. Analog computers got fed with data that was then processed, through computing operations, to develop certain results with relation to time. The computing components of these computers take action... ? History of the Computer Task Introduction Over some period since the prologue of the word ‘computer’, numerous changes have transpired concerning the meaning with the initial meaning being a person who computes. The earliest meaning was the translation from Latin at the middle of 17th century. The meaning was linked majorly to human activity up to mid-20th...
Older (dumphones) better and more worth while than newer (smartphones).
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...Analog There had been a lot of developments brought aboutby the marriage of wireless technology to the information and communication technologies, the most overwhelming of which was the smartphone. With a device that fits on the palm of the hands, vast forms of information are made available and accessible via the gadget. But changes to the way people live through this technology cannot be done by the lot: many remain loyal users of analog or dumb phones as market research showed. Phones, after all, were made for basic communication and it does not need to be as complicated or detailed as a streaming media. It only... ?Smartphone Versus Dumbphones: Why The Majority of Phone Users Still Patronize the...
Ways in black otherness has influenced the experiences of the African Diaspora according to the readings in Clarke and Thomass text
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...analog and digital. It was like a real revelation for African Diasporas because it seemed cybernation was taking visual world to old tribal world of corporate awareness and integral patterns (Clarke and Thomas, 2006, p. 55). For African-Americans this indicated... Ways in black otherness has influenced the experiences of the African Diaspora according to the readings in Clarke and Thomas’s text. The issues of artificial or natural dualism experienced by the black otherness are the same to those which theorists and plaque activists faced during the historical battling with racism. Prehistoric racism works by people thinking that non-western ethnicity and customs are concrete, hence`` closer to nature”...
Lab report
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...Analog Speed Control of a Dc motor 3 Results and Discussion: 3 Conclusion 3 Exercise 2 – Pulsed Speed Control of a Dc motor 3 Results and Discussion: 3 Conclusion 4 UNIT 4: AC SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR CONTROL 4 Introduction: 4 Theory: 4 CONCLUSION 5 EXERCISE 2: THE TACHOMETER GENERATOR 5 Introduction: 5 Results and Discussion: 5 CONCLUSION: 6 Introduction: For purposes of this discussion, three experiments will be related. These are as follows: the Stepper Motor and Controller, the DC motor speed control and the AC synchronous motor control. Further, each experiment that will be discussed involves two specific... Contents Experimental Setup and Procedures UNIT 3: DC - MOTOR SPEED CONTROL Aim THEORY Exercise...
Instrumentation systems assignment
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...analog form due to the analog sinusoidal voltage output from the transducers. The analog to digital converter... CALIBRATION OF PRESSURE MEASUREMENT SYSTEM Calibration of Pressure Measurement System Aims and objectives 1. Develop analytical competence by investigating the performance of measurement systems and quantify its static performance. 2. Research measurement equipment and associated circuitry. 3. Describe the operation of systems with the aid of block diagrams. Introduction An electronic digital readout pressure measurement system considered for such kind of experiment is the digital pressure gauge type E-Ex. The equipment is particularly suitable for the measurement and display of pressure from...
Digital communication schemes + AWGN channel
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...analog transporter signal is adjusted with a digital information flow. Digital modulation techniques can be enumerated as digital-to-analog conversion, and the corresponding demodulation or detection as analog-to-digital conversion. The most essential digital modulation schemes are found on keying, that are PSK, FSK, ASK and QAM. In the subject of PSK; acronym of phase-shift keying, a finite number of phases are used. In the matter of FSK; short form of frequency-shift keying... ?DIGITAL COMMUNICATION SCHEMES + AWGN CHANNEL CONTENTS Number Topic Pages Introduction to digital modulation schemes 2 Quadrature Phase Shift KeyModulation (QPSK) 2-3 3 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) 3-4 4 Orthogonal...
Digital communication schemes + AWGN channel
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...analog transporter signal is adjusted with a digital information flow. Digital modulation techniques can be enumerated as digital-to-analog conversion, and the corresponding demodulation or detection as analog-to-digital conversion. The most essential digital modulation schemes are found on keying, that are PSK, FSK, ASK and QAM. In the subject of PSK; acronym of phase-shift keying, a finite number of phases are used. In the matter of FSK; short form of frequency-shift keying... DIGITAL COMMUNICATION SCHEMES + AWGN CHANNEL CONTENTS Number Topic Pages Introduction to digital modulation schemes 2 Quadrature Phase Shift Key Modulation (QPSK) 2-3 3 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) 3-4 4 Orthogonal frequ...
Contract law assignment
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...Analog Devices BV... The Ways an Exclusion Clause Could Enter Into A Contractual Agreement Introduction Every business or commercial relationship requires that a legal document outlining the respective responsibilities of each party to the transaction should be drawn; and this document is usually referred to as the Commercial Contract1. But sometimes there is a certain clause in the Contract which one of the partners (possibly the stronger one) inserted into the document to save itself from unexpected liabilities through negligence or in case there is a sudden breach of contractual agreement. This stronger partner could be an employer, a big corporation or a governmental agency while the weaker partner...
Modelling Unknown System
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...analog filter design specifications. This is preceded by the frequency range scaling of analog prototype filter into a frequency range that is desirable. This illustrates the conversion of analog prototype filter into an analog filter. The analog filter is then converted to digital filter. The conversion from analog to digital filter is achieved by bilinear transformation method forming a stable filter. Finite word-length side-effect causes instability [1]. Finite impulse response filters known as Finite... ? Modeling Unknown System Designing process of a filter starts with requirements and specifications of the desirable IIR filter. The reference prototype filter used is to be specified based on the...
Cell Phones & Japan
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...analog technology that made use of analog radio signals (Steinbock, 2005). This was the time when mobile telephones made an entry in Japan. The history of Cell Phones in Japan can be dated back to 1979, when the first cellular telecom service was commercially launched by NTT Public Corporation in Tokyo, Japan. This first mobile telephone service was introduced as the “Automobile Telephone... Technology, Society and Culture HUMN 432 Cell Phones and Japan Cell Phones and Japan Introduction The evolution of mobile communication comprises of four stages – wireless telegraphy, pre-cellular era, cellular era and mobile era. In the late 70s, the predominant technology used for mobile communication was the analog...
Unit 1 mutation
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...analog and alkylating. Sage (2005) held that there are other causes of induced mutation like; agents that form DNA, DNA intercalating, DNA crosslinkers and oxidative damage. Secondly, mutation can be caused by radiation whereby ultra violent radiations play a key part. The two most vulnerable nucleotide bases to radiation are cytosine and thymine (Sage, 2005). This is because the ultra violent light can induce adjacent pyrimidine bases in a DNA strand (Sage, 2005). This makes it to be covalently joined as a pyrimidine dimmer. In conclusion, mutation as a change in genomic sequence has got two... Running head: Mutation Mutation refers to changes in a genomic sequence. This genomic sequence may refer to...
Condition monitoring- Fault diagnosis
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...analog circuits for the diagnosis of faults modeled as multi class machine learning problems. Investigation was carried out on a first order Op-amp reluctance capacitance (RC) circuit in order to demonstrate the capabilities of RVM methods in resolving... Chapter 10 Fault Diagnosis of reciprocating compressors using relevance Vector Machines with a Genetic Algorithm based on vibration data Literature Review of RVM and GA-RVM for Fault Classification Relevance vector machines (RVM) have been used in tandem with genetic algorithms (GA) in order to classify faults in non linear systems. The relative accuracy of RVM systems supported by GAs provide better classification rates for small learning data sets than...
Modelling Unknown System 2
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...analog prototype filter, to be used is specified according to its requirements and specification then there is design of the analog prototype filter. Scaling of the analog prototype filter into the required frequency range succeeds the design phase. The scaling process converts the analogue prototype into an analog filter. The last step is the conversion from analog to digital filter. Bilinear transformation method converts analogue filters to digital filters. The resulting filter... Modeling Unknown System 2 IIR filters are infinite impulse response digital filters. The filter has feedback response. It finds application where the phase linear characteristics like in speech processing signals are not...
Modern Television
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...analog video players. RF connectors are for analog antennae while the Ethernet allows... Modern Television A television set is an entertainment device that shows high definition motion pictures and high fidelity sound that could play either TV shows or movies. Its various are composed of the screen in front, control panel either at its side or bottom, ports at its back and remote control. The screen serves as the output where the audience can watch TV shows or movies. The control panel allow the user to manipulate what is shown in TV such as choosing what channel to watch or what movies to play. Its content are basically composed of electronic board that controls the TV and LCD (or in older...
Lesson Plan Reflections
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...analog time. This meets... Lesson Plan Reflections Do you feel your lesson objectives were clear? Provide examples from you lesson to support this conclusion.  My lesson objectives were clear since they expressed the knowledge and skills I wanted the students to have learnt by the end of the lesson. For example, the Multi syllable small group lesson-learning objective was to teach the students the rules followed in construction of multi-syllable words and enable them create their own multi-syllable. This clearly stated the aim of the lesson and guided me on what I was supposed to emphasize on. Moreover, they provided insights on the instructional strategies that be used to monitor the student’s learning...
Instrumentation and Control Systems
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...Analog outputs level sensors can be current or voltage signals. Also possible is a pulse or frequency. Another option is to have an alarm output or a change in state of switches. Computer signal outputs that are possible... Instrumentation and control systems Digital instrumentation and control (I&C) systems have proven to be useful and beneficial in a wide range of applications including fossil-fueled power generation, electric power distribution, petroleum refining, petrochemical production, aerospace, and some nuclear power plant applications (e.g., core protection calculators, diesel generator load sequencers, a few digital reactor protection systems, and plant radiation monitoring systems). This...
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...analog of somatostatin. The patient is also advised to undergo a surgical resection that wills involve the removal of the tumor. Works Cited Koike N, Hatori T, Imaizumi T, Harada, N, Fukuda, A, Takasaki, K, Iwamoto, Y. "Malignant glucagonoma of the pancreas diagnoses through anemia and diabetes mellitus." Journal of hepato-biliary-pancreatic surgery 10 (1) (2003): 101–5.... of unit A of two patients The essay below depicts on two patients and their ailments. The essay depicts the diagnosis of the diseases, the procedures that were useful in the establishment of the disease. In addition, the article speculates on the medicine and drug given to the patients. First patient The patient is ailing from epile...
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