- There is no homework for week 1. Starting from week 2, homeworks are due on FRIDAYs by 1:00 pm sharp (NO LATE HOMEWORKS WILL BE ACCEPTED! DO NOT CRY/COMPLAIN!). For instance, homework 1 is due on Friday, 01/28/05 at 1:00 pm. Exception: Last HW will be due on THURSDAY by 1:00 pm sharp (because of Good Friday). HWs are to be placed in the box labeled EECS 100 in 240 Cory.
- Graded homework will be returned during the Lab section. Be sure to write your name and lab section number in each homework.
- If you have questions about the grading on a particular homework, write down your concern neatly, staple it to your homework, and put it in the homework inbox. The Reader will review your concern and return it to your TA.
- Homework solutions will be posted on this website. Login and password information for accessing them were handed out in the first day of class.
- All homework assignments can be found in the Introductory Course Notes. Of course, we may add/cancel/change problems throughout the semester. Any change to the homework(s) will be noted on this website. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBLITY TO STAY CURRENT WITH THE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS.
Homework Solutions and Corrections
- HW 1 Solutions
- HW #2: Skip problem 3.30 (no delta-y transform) HW2 Solutions
1. Here is a JPG screen capture of my SPICE schematic for Problem 4.29. You can find the SPICE project sources here.. Copy the entire directory to your hard drive and open the project from PSPICE.
- HW #3: We are skipping mesh-analysis, so here are the new problems: 4.15, 4.16, 4.18, 4.19, 4.25, 4.26, 4.28 and 4.48. DO NOT DO THE PROBLEMS ASSIGNED IN THE COURSE READER, YOU WILL NOT GET CREDIT IF YOU DO! HW 3 Solutions
- HW #4: Skip part (b) of problem 4.58 (mesh analysis).HW 4 Solutions
- HW #5: For problems 4.87, 4.88 you can use any method you like. However, just don't turn in a PSPICE output Also, if some of the integrals from chapter 6 are too calculus heavy, feel free to use a numerical simulation tool like MATLAB.HW 5 Solutions. Chris told me I forgot the solution to problem 4.86. Sorry about that. The answer to part (a) is 0 ohms. If you think about it, the question asks what is the maximum power dissipated in the OTHER resistor, not the variable resistor! Therefore, if Rvariable = 0 ohms, you can easily calculate the power in the other resistor to be 72 W.
- HW #6: HW 6 Solutions
- HW #7: In addition to the following op-amp problems from the book: 5.1, 5.3, 5.5, 5.6, 5.9, 5.11, 5.15, 5.19, 5.25, 5.33, please do the following problem: HW7Addon. They are all due on Friday, 04/01/05 @ 1:00 pm. HW 7 Solutions and HW 7 Addon problem solution.
- HW #8: AC analysis has been cancelled, so homework due the week of April 04th is HW #9 on page 329 of the reader.
- HW #9: HW 9 Solutions
- HW #10: HW 10 Solutions
- HW #11: Homework is due on Friday at the usual time, not Thursday.For problem 2, ignore the terminal of the op-amp going to ground. Assume the op-amp never rails.HW 11 Solutions