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ECET 340 Week 4 HomeWork 4 Purchase here http://devrycourse.com/ecet-340-week-4-homework-4 Product Description Determine the conversion time for an ADC0804 (8-bit), where 66 clocks per bit are required, if its clock frequency is 50 kHz. 2. If an 8-bit SAR has Vref = 10 V, what is the binary value for an input voltage of 7.28 V? 3. What is the percent error for the binary answer found in Problem #2? 4. Given an 24 MHz bus speed. Write down the line(s) of instruction which set the ATD1 unit for 2MHz conversion frequency, 10-bit resolution and 8 A-to-D clocks per sample time. 5. A single 10-bit, left justified conversion of 3.75V is complete in ATD0. Assume and i. Name the register(s) where the result of the conversion is found ii. What are the values in each of the 16-bits of this register after conversion is complete? Assume the result is unsigned. Show work 6. Assume that a position-sensitive potentiometer can measure up to 25 cm over a voltage range of 0 to 5 V. If an 8-bit ADC outputs a value of 0111 1010, what is the distance measured? 7. Design the basic interface circuit (using an op amp) for a temperature sensor that covers a range of 0° to 70°C if the output of the sensor is 2 mV/1°C and the ADC voltage range is 0 to 4 V. 8. Design an amplifier suitable for converting the output voltage from an LM35 temperature sensor (10 mV/°C) into a signal that makes use of the full input voltage range (0-5V) of the HCS12 ADC port pins. Assume…

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Lower Sample Rate (22,050 SR, 128 kbps): 8/10 Since there was some slight static, we gave the sample a 8/10. This could have occurred because of the rustling of the recorders jacket. Since the phone was placed close to the recorder, this sound could have been easy to pick up by the recording device. I think if we were able to listen to the recording with headphones, it would have been a more accurate depiction of the quality. There was some breathing and wind sound that could be heard in the…

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Δfsw−coeff(푚,휃푣)=1−(1−Δfsw−nom(푚,휃푣))∗푘 (9) The coefficients are multiplied with the base switching frequency to provide the operating switching frequency of the inverter, as shown in Fig. 5. It should be noted that the base switching frequency magnitude does not depend on the sub-cycle current ripple variation and is typically adjusted based on operating current, speed and temperature of the traction drive [1]. SIMULATION RESULTS For the simulation study, a two-level inverter driving a…

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1. Explain the difference between periodic and aperiodic waveforms. What are the visual differences? What are the characteristic sonic qualities of each? (2 points) Answer: A periodic waveform has repeatable patterns. Also, periodic waveforms have a tone. Most musical instruments have repeating periodic waveform. The periodic waveforms can also be found in bird sound and human vocal voice. However, an aperiodic waveform dose not have a repeating waveform and tone, like noise, the engine…

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chosen by Group 3 is Hertz. Walter Jacobs began The Hertz Corporation in 1918, in 1923 John Hertz brought over the company from Jacobs but he Jacobs still remained in the company until his retirement (Hertz Corporation, 2015). Hertz’s stock ticket symbol is “NYSE: HTZ” and the NAICS Code is 53211101, Passenger Car Rental (Manta, 2015). Hertz is in the industry of automobile rental and leasing services. Hertz’s headquarter right now is located in Park Ridge, New Jersey, which later on…

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This case review involved a 19-year-old male football play who is currently a freshman in college. He came into the athletic training room complaining of right wrist pain. This athlete has had pain in this wrist for a couple of mouths and had only every taped the wrist two weeks prior to coming into the athletic training room for his first treatment. Even before coming in, he was able to do every drill or exercise at practice to completion. He only reported feeling pain during practice when he…

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Materials List: FPV Freerider & Game Controllers LiPo Batteries & Safety Goggles RubiQ Radio Controller FPV Goggles Outdoor Flight Field Safety Precautions: Wear safety goggles. Respect flight field protocol. FPV Goggles Connect the FPV goggles to RubiQ’s VTX system. {fire risk} The FPV goggles run off of a smaller, 2S 1500mAh LiPo battery. Take care to attach only this battery, rather than the larger 3S 2200mAh battery that powers RubiQ. Now, test out the FPV goggles inside. Start by…

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Jenna will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 phone processor. The processor has an 8 core CPU, and an Adreno 430 GPU (Graphics processing unit) (Open GL ES, 3.1, and DirectX 11.2; both desktop-class graphics protocols). The processor also has an LTE(Long-Term Evolution) internet capability(450 mbps down/up), bluetooth 4.1(most commonly used bluetooth standard), and 802.11n/ac(newest/fastest wifi standard). The back of the chip is covered with hundreds of pins that are usually formatted to fit into…

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The following paragraphs illustrates Hertz account of the three elements of death; the body, the soul and the survivor, and how they are connected as a whole, moving through the separation, the transitional and the incorporation stage. The Body, Soul and Survivor in the Separation Stage: Hertz describes death as a departure. The soul is separated from the body and the physical body decays. The body in comparison to the soul and the survivor all undergo separation in their own manner.…

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Try and remember the last time you were in a store. There’s always a string of the weeks “top 40” songs, early 2000s boy band ballads, and 1980s one-hit wonders continuously playing over the speakers to amuse you while you shop. It’s difficult to pinpoint any time where you were not serenaded by the radio while you were out running errands. All of this is thanks to the invention of broadcast radio. Broadcast radio was by far one of the most important and revolutionary inventions, paving the way…

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