Name | Lab Section(s) | Office | Office Hours (tentative) | |
TU-grade - Nathan? | Tu 9am | 2161 Kemper | Tu 8:30-9am & noon-1pm | nmellis@ucdavis.edu |
WE-grade Siyu Qi | Tu 9am | 2161 Kemper | TBD | erfoster@ucdavis.edu |
Natalie Killeen | Th 6pm | 2161 Kemper | Th 5-6pm & 9-9:30pm | nswagner@ucdavis.edu |
Sam Wagner | Th 6pm | 1107 Kemper | ?? none or Th 9-9:30? | sw@ucdavis.edu |
Type | Dates | Weight |
Homework | See below | 0% |
Lab | See below | 25% |
Midterm Exam #1 | TBA - Feb 13 | 20% |
Midterm Exam #2 | TBA - March 6 or 8 | 20% |
Final Exam | March 21: 3:30pm-5:30pm | 35% |
Reading Sections | Homework Problems | "Do" Date |
Ch. 1-4 (except 2.4) | 1.39, 2.5, 2.11, 4.15, 4.18 | 2nd Fri = Jan. 19 |
2.4 | #1 from Hooman's PS 2 , book: 2.27, 2.29, 2.35 ( book solns in my PS 3 solns) | Jan. 26 |
5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 | 5.1, 5.3 (note: half-power freq = break or cutoff freq), 5.11, 5.13, 5.16 (use Hooman's solution, but need to add "This is a LPF" somewhere - could be added text in Canvas by link to soln), 5.19 - use my Better Soln. | Feb. 7 |
10.2 (pages 667-674), 10.3, 11.0-11.2 |
5.3 (note: half-power freq = break or cutoff freq), 11.2, 11.3, 11.10, 11.15(a) and (b) NOTE: in 11.2 - consider all the binary numbers to be positive (so add a '0' sign bit on the far left of each binary number to give a positive 2's complement number) NOTE: in 11.10 and 11.15 - consider all the numbers n and m to be positive (so add a '0' sign bit on the far left of each binary number to give a positive 2's complement number) |
Feb. 20 |
11.3-11.5 |
11.29, 11.26, 11.31, 11.45 | Feb. 26 |
11.6 |
11.51**, 11.53, 11.57, 11.58 ** Note: One function in 11.51 cannot be simplified. | Mar. 9 |
12.3 (SR & D FFs), 13.1 (skim), pp. 891-896 (Converters) | 12.26, 13.4, 13.28 In 13.4, the counter outputs are Q3,Q2,Q1 |
Mar. 16 |
Some important lab-report information is here: Lab Information
Sec. A01 Tues |
Sec. A02 Thurs |
Exp.* | Prelab* | Topic |
1/16 | 1/11 | lab1.pdf | None | Laboratory Equipment |
1/23 | 1/18 | lab2.pdf | See lab ## | Passive First-Order Filter Circuits |
1/30 | 1/25 | lab3.pdf | prelab3.pdf | Passive Second-Order Filter Circuits: BPF |
2/6 | 2/1 | lab4.pdf | None ** | Operational Amplifier |
2/13 | 2/8 | lab5.pdf | prelab5.pdf | Op Amps in Filters |
2/20 | 2/15 | lab6.pdf | See the lab ++ | Logic Circuits Introduction |
2/27 | 2/22 | lab7.pdf | prelab7.pdf | Logic Circuits 2 |
3/6 | 3/1 | lab8.pdf | prelab8.pdf | Logic Circuits 3 |
3/13 | 3/8 | lab8.pdf | prelab8.pdf | Light Proj Circuit |
Homework and Midterm Solutions: