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SimNet The content for this course will be delivered using the McGraw-Hill SimNet site. It is a simulation of the Microsoft® Office Suite over the Internet. SimNet may be accessed from any Internet connection with supported browsers and Flash via the link in the Materials section of the course syllabus.

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In order to access the myCampus portal you must be admitted as a student. If you have been away from the university for more than one (1) year you will need to readmit. If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact our office at (870) 972-2329 or . [email protected]tate.edu. 2. Complete the Duo authentication a.

Anahita Izadyar, CV - astate.edu

Anahita Izadyar, CV . Student Poster Competition. Presentation(oral) #6 . Sensitive Electrochemical Sensor to Detect Fluoxetine, Sertraline, and Citalopram in Environmental Samples, Hayden Cornwell, spring 2016, Symposium of research, scholarship &creativity at A-state.

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To access SimNet, follow the link to SimNet for Arkansas State University When setting up your account, please enter your name as you are registered at ASU and use your Astate email address. Note: The SIMnet site offers a courtesy account which will allow students to have an active account for 14 days; the registration code may be purchased

Jacob N. Caton - astate.edu

Midsouth Philosophy Conference, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN, April 2016 Comments on Nikolaos Maggos’ “Contextualism and Contingent A Priori Knowledge” Midsouth Philosophy Conference, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN, February 2015 Comments on Joseph A. Baltimore’s “Vector Modeling of Powers and Mutual Manifestations”

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Deborah Chappel Traylor, Dr. Stacy Walz, Mr. Chad Whatley, and Dr. Karen Wheeler. Members Absent: Dr. David Harding, Dr. Melodie Philhours and Dr. Topeka Small ... A-State Assessment Committee: Dr. Paul Mixon gave the update of the University Learning Outcomes (ULOs) process. ULOs were selected at the recent fruitful AAC meeting and are to be ...

Titanic WebQuest - coeweb.astate.edu

Titanic WebQuest Introduction: All aboard, class! Today, we’re going to learn all about the Titanic, the famous ship thought to be unsinkable. We will be going on a webquest together to learn as much interesting information about the Titanic as possible! Are you ready to

Application Check List - astate.edu

ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY MSN NURSE ANESTHESIA PROGRAM NURSE ANESTHESIA PROGRAM APPLICATION In addition to completing the Arkansas State University Graduate School Application, [email protected]), applicants for the MSN Nurse Anesthesia Program must complete this form to be considered for admission.

Space WebQuest - coeweb.astate.edu

Space WebQuest Space is the solar system that makes up different galaxies. The galaxies includes plants and stars, like the planet we live on Earth. It is important to learn about space and understand it. Below are some steps I want you to follow in order to learn about space and our galaxy. 1. Go to the website

Pilgrims WebQuest - coeweb.astate.edu

Pilgrims WebQuest A WebQuest for 2nd Grade (History) Designed by: Mary Cater [email protected] INTRODUCTION You have been hired by the Pilgrims to let the native people know why they have come to the New World. Your job is to discover the reasons the Pilgrims left England. TASK You will need to create a flyer to hand out to

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Fengjun Li - ittc.ku.edu

Fengjun Li, Bo Luo, Dongwon Lee, Prasenjit Mitra, Wang-Chien Lee, Chao-Hsien Chu, and Peng Liu. “In-broker Access Control for Information Brokerage Systems,” International Journal on Intelligent Control and Systems, Special Issue on Information Assurance, 12(4): 283-292, 2007.

3-4 The Law of Charge Conservation - KU ITTC

9/29/2005 section_3_4_The_Law_of_Charge_Conservation_blank.doc 1/1 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS 3-4 The Law of Charge Conservation Reading Assignment: pp.68-71 ... Continuity Equation Recall that the charge enclosed in a volume V can be determined

The Position Vector - KU ITTC

8/23/2005 The Position Vector.doc 3/7 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS The magnitude of r Note the magnitude of any and all position vectors is: rrr xyzr=⋅= ++=222 The magnitude of the position vector is equal to the coordinate value r of the point the position vector is pointing to! A: That’s right! The magnitude of a directed distance vector is

The Magnetic Dipole - KU ITTC

11/21/2004 The Magnetic Dipole 1/8 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS The Magnetic Dipole Consider a very small, circular current loop of radius a, carrying current I. Since the contour C is a circle around the z –axis, with radius a, we use the differential line vector: ()cos sin xy

Exam 3, Version 2 Name - KU ITTC

Exam 3, Version 2 Name_____ 1. Multiple choices (clearly write your selection on the line). 1.1 _____ is invoked to create an object. A. A constructor B. The main method C. A method with a return type D. A method with the void return type 1.2 To declare a constant MAX_LENGTH as a member of the class, you write _____

PMOS and CMOS - KU ITTC

10/10/2005 PMOS and CMOS 2/3 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS The operation of a PMOS transistor is in many ways similar to that of the NMOS device, but in many ways they are also quite different! For example, for a PMOS device we find: * To create an inversion layer in the n-type substrate, we must attract holes to the gate electrode.

Example A BJT Circuit in Saturation - KU ITTC

12/3/2004 Example A BJT Circuit in Saturation 1/7 Example: A BJT Circuit in Saturation Determine all currents for the BJT in the circuit below. 10.0 K 2.0 K 5.7 V 10 K 10.7 V β = 99 Hey! I remember this circuit, its just like a previous example. The BJT is in active mode! Let’s see if you are correct! ASSUME it is in active mode and ENFORCE V

Kuroda’s Identities - KU ITTC

4/20/2007 Kurodas Identities 2/7 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Four Kuroda’s identities are provided in a very ambiguous and confusing table (Table 8.7) in your book.We will find the first two identities to be the most useful. Consider the following two-port network, constructed with a

Circuit Symmetry - ITTC

3/4/2009 Circuit Symmetry 6/14 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS An isosceles trapezoid has D 1 symmetry, a dihedral group of order 2. A rectangle has D 2 symmetry, a dihedral group of order 4. A square has D 4 symmetry, a dihedral group of order 8.

Diode Limiters - ITTC

Diode Limiters Often, a voltage source (either DC or AC) is used to supply an electronic device that is very expensive and/or very sensitive. In this case, we may choose insert a diode limiter between the source and the device—this limiter will provide over-voltage protection!

7.3 The BJT Differential Pair - KU ITTC

7.3 The BJT Differential Pair Reading Assignment: pp. 704-720 In addition to common-emitter, common-collector (i.e., the emitter follower), and common-base amplifiers, a fourth important and “classic” BJT amplifier stage is the differential pair.

BJT Symbols and Conventions - KU ITTC

11/30/2004 BJT Symbols and Conventions.doc 2/2 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Note that: * The circuit symbols are very similar to MOSFETs, with npn like N-MOS and pnp like P-MOS. * Positive current is defined in opposite directions for npn and for pnp (just like N-MOS and PMOS!).

Mid-band Gain - KU ITTC

4/22/2011 Midband Gain 2/4 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS to determine: () ( ) o vo i V ω A ω Vω = and then plotting the magnitude: we determine mid-band gain M A, right? A: You could do all that, but there is an easier way. Recall the midband gain is the value af A vo(ω) for frequencies within the amplifier bandwidth. For those

Section 5.4 – BJT Circuits at DC - KU ITTC

12/3/2004 section 5_4 BJT Circuits at DC 1/1 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Section 5.4 – BJT Circuits at DC Reading Assignment: pp. 421-436 To analyze a BJT circuit, we follow the same boring procedure as always: ASSUME, ENFORCE, ANALYZE

Example The Lorentz Force Law - KU ITTC

10/4/2005 Example The Lorentz Force Law.doc 3/5 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS More specifically, the spot on the coating where the cathode ray strikes begins to glow (i.e., fluoresces).The larger the electric field, the higher the energy and thus the brighter the glow.

2.4 Difference Amplifiers - KU ITTC

2/18/2011 section 2_4 Difference amplifiers 1/1 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS 2.4 Difference Amplifiers Reading Assignment: Op-amp circuits often have more than one inputs; the best way to

Example DC Analysis of a BJT Circuit - KU ITTC

12/3/2004 Example DC Analysis of a BJT Circuit 2/6 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Step 1 – ASSUME an operating mode. Let’s ASSUME the BJT is in the ACTIVE region !

Impedance & Admittance - KU ITTC

Impedance & Admittance As an alternative to impedance Z, we can define a complex parameter called admittance Y: I Y V = where V and I are complex voltage and current, respectively. Clearly, admittance and impedance are not independent parameters, and are in fact simply geometric inverses of each other: 11 Y Z ZY = = Thus, all the impedance ...

The Complex Propagation Constant - KU ITTC

1/20/2005 The Complex Propagation Constant.doc 3/4 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS The wavelength λ of the signal is the distance ∆z 2π over which the relative phase changes by 2π radians.

The Hybrid Pi and T Models lecture - KU ITTC

3/30/2011 The Hybrid Pi and T Models lecture 3/6 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Two equivalent circuits Thus, this circuit can be used as an equivalent circuit for BJT small-signal analysis (but only for small signal analysis!). This equivalent circuit is called the Hybrid-Π model for a BJT biased in the active mode: eb b cmeb b ...

Example A Hollow Tube of Current - KU ITTC

11/21/2004 Example A Hollow Tube of Current 3/7 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Recall using Ampere’s Law, we determined that cylindrically symmetric current densities produce magnetic flux densities of the form: () 0 0 0 r 2 ˆ

An Ambient Computing System - ITTC

C MetaOS LDAP Schema 96 ... An ambient computing system is a software framework that coordinates a variety of computing and network-enabled devices in order to ease their use in home and busi-ness environments. A diverse set of computing, networking and software resources

A Mathematical Description of BJT Behavior - KU ITTC

11/30/2004 A Mathematical Description of BJT Behavior.doc 2/14 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Here we should note two things: 1. The active mode equation is very similar to the p-n junction diode equation.

3.6 Limiting and Clamping Circuits - KU ITTC

10/4/2004 3_6 Limiting and Clamping Circuits empty.doc 1/1 ... Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Diode Limiters Often, a voltage source (either DC or AC) is used to supply an electronic device that is very expensive and/or very sensitive. ... Consider the following junction diode circuit:

2.4 Orthogonal Coordinate Systems - KU ITTC

values: longitude, latitude, and altitude. * Both longitude and latitude are angular measures, while altitude is a measure of distance. * Latitude, longitude, and altitude are similar to spherical coordinates. * Spherical coordinates consist of one scalar value (r), with units of distance, while the other two scalar values (θ,φ) have

PN Junction Diode Equation - KU ITTC

8/22/2005 PN Junction Diode Equation.doc 1/2 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS The Junction Diode Equation The relationship between the current through a junction diode (i D) and the voltage across it (v D) is: 1for D T v nV iIe v V DDsZK ⎛⎞ =− >−⎜⎟ ⎝⎠ Note: this equation describes diode behavior in the forward and ...

Introduction Communications Networks - KU ITTC

Introduction 11 EECS 563 Homework Format 6. Answers are to be boxed and right justified, with the variables, values (if any) and units (if any), included in the box.

The Lossless Transmission Line - ittc.ku.edu

1/20/2005 The Lossless Transmission Line.doc 3/4 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Wavelength and Phase Velocity We can now explicitly write the wavelength and propagation velocity of the two transmission line waves in terms of

The Voltage Follower lecture - KU ITTC

2/18/2011 The Voltage Follower lecture 1/7 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS The Voltage Follower The voltage follower has a open-circuit voltage gain A vo =1—with the result that v out in=v ! A: To see why the voltage follower is important, consider the following example. + - v

4 5 Signal Flow Graphs - KU ITTC

The signal flow graph above is simply a graphical representation of the equation: bSa mmnn= Moreover, if multiple branches enter a node, then the voltage represented by that node is the sum of the values from each branch. For example, the signal flow graph: () 0 nn nP n n Vz z a Z + = 0 mm mP m m Vz z b Z − = S mn

BJT Structure and Modes of Operation - KU ITTC

11/28/2004 BJT Structure and Modes of Operation 2/4 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Note that this npn BJT structure creates two p-n junctions ! * The junction between the n-type collector and the p- type base is called the Collector-Base Junction (CBJ). Note for the CBJ, the anode is the base, and the cathode is the collector. * The junction between the n-type emitter and the p-

The Virtual Short lecture - KU ITTC

2/13/2011 The Virtual Short lecture 3/6 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS The virtual short: your new BFF Applying the concept of a virtual short can greatly simplify the analysis of an op-amp feedback amplifier.

Examples of Physical Quantities - KU ITTC

2) The wind velocity of a specific location at a specific time. We will find that a discrete vector can be graphically represented as an arrow: Discrete scalar quantities. A discrete vector quantity! The wind has a magnitude of 8 mph and is blowing from the southwest (its direction). 23 mph West 14 mph North A specific place and time!

Zener Diode Models - KU ITTC

9/14/2004 Zener Diode Models.doc 3/6 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Analyzing this Zener CVD model, we find that if the model voltage v Z is less than V ZK (i.e., v ZZK<V ), then the ideal diode will be in reverse bias, and thus the model current i

The Inverting Integrator lecture - KU ITTC

2/23/2011 The Inverting Integrator lecture 1/8 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS The Inverting Integrator The circuit shown below is the inverting integrator. oc + v in (s) - -ideal C R v v + i 2 (s) () out i 1 (s) v s

The Quarter-Wave Transformer - KU ITTC

4/2/2009 The Quarter Wave Transformer.doc 5/7 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS As the signal frequency (i.e., wavelength) changes, the electrical length of the matching transmission line changes.

5.7 Single Stage BJT Amplifiers - KU ITTC

4/15/2011 section 5_7 Single Stage BJT Amplifiers 1/1 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS 5.7 Single Stage BJT Amplifiers Reading Assignment: 460-485 Small signal BJT amplifiers typically can be classified as one of

Example An op amp circuit analysis lecture - KU ITTC

2/21/2011 Example An op amp circuit analysis lecture 10/23 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS There are seven device equations Finally, we add in the device equations. Note in this circuit there are three resistors, a current source, and an op-amp From Ohm’s Law we know: 1 1 1 v i R = 2 2 2 v i R = 3 3 3 v R And from the current ...

Electric Flux Density - KU ITTC

This equation says that the electric flux density D()r diverges from free charge ρ v ()r . In other words, the source of electric flux density is free charge ρ v (r)--and free charge only! * The electric field E(r) is created by both free charge and bound charge within the dielectric material. * However, the electric flux density D(r) is ...

The Piecewise Linear Model - KU ITTC

8/29/2005 The Piecewise Linear Model.doc 2/3 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS In other words, replace the junction diode with three devices— an ideal diode, in series with some voltage source (not 0.7 V!) and a resistor. To find approximate current and voltage values of a junction diode circuit, follow these steps:

Peak Inverse Voltage - KU ITTC

9/13/2005 Peak Inverse Voltage.doc 3/6 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS D Note that this minimum diode voltage v D is very negative, with an absolute value (min 207vA. D =−) nearly twice as large as the source magnitude A.

Steps for DC Analysis of BJT Circuits - KU ITTC

12/3/2004 Steps for DC Analysis of BJT Circuits 2/11 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS 2. ENFORCE Active For active region, we must ENFORCE two equalities. a) Since the base-emitter junction is forward biased in the active region, we ENFORCE these equalities:

5.2 – Single-Stub Tuning - KU ITTC

3/26/2009 5_2 Single_Stub Tuning.doc 1/1 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS 5.2 – Single-Stub Tuning Reading Assignment: pp. 228-235 Q: If we cannot use “lumped” elements like inductors or capacitors to build lossless matching networks, what can we use? A: Recall that a section of lossless transmission line is purely

Multi-Stage Amplifiers - KU ITTC

For example, consider this operational amplifier circuit: CC EE Note the input stage is a differential pair, the gain stage is common-emitter amp, and the output stage is a emitter follower (i.e., common-collector) amp. Consider now these integrated circuit Multi-Stage Amplifiers: V CC V CC v O ()t V CC V CC V V I v 1 v 2 A Multistage Amplifier ...

Surface Current Density - KU ITTC

9/27/2005 Surface Current Density.doc 1/4 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Surface Current Density Consider now the problem where we have moving surface charge ρ s ()r . The result is surface current! Say at a given point r located on a surface S, charge is moving in direction ˆa max.

Closed Loop Bandwidth lecture - KU ITTC

3/1/2011 Closed Loop Bandwidth lecture.doc 4/9 Jim Stiles The Univ. of Kansas Dept. of EECS Closed-loop gain < or = open-loop gain The gain () vo A ω of any amplifier constructed with an op-amp can never exceed the gain () op A ω of the op-amp itself. In other words, the closed-loop gain of any amplifier can never exceed its open-loop gain.