CP/PC364 Data Communications and Networks Laboratory

The information here is from Fall 2014.

This is the Physics/Computing 364 Lab page, created and updated by Terry Sturtevant .
Page last updated Thursday March 12, 2015
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Harmonic Content Exploration

Sept. 8

Datasheets   [ September 8, 2009 ]
Resistor Colour Coding Chart   [ September 5, 2005 ]

TDS1000 and TDS2000 Series Digital Storage Oscilloscopes [© Copyright Tektronix, Inc.]
Overtones, harmonics, and additive synthesis [video]

Overtones, harmonics, and additive synthesis

Arduino Introduction
Sept. 15 Arduino homepage

Arduino pin assignment diagram (png version)

LCD-00255 datasheet   [ September 18, 2013 ]

LCD-00255 extended datasheet   [ September 18, 2013 ]

Example of Arduino with LCD00255

Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (UART)
Sept. 22

Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog Conversion
Sept. 29 - Oct. 20
A/D converter demonstration [video]

A/D converter demonstration


Oct. 13 READING WEEK - No labs

Amplitude Modulation
Oct. 27 - Nov. 3
Amplitude modulation [video]

Amplitude modulation

Amplitude modulation tutorial and AM radio transmitter [video]

Amplitude modulation tutorial and AM radio 

SPI interface
Nov. 10 - Dec. 1


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