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Answer the following questions with respect to the MIPS program shown
Assume that the data segment starts at 0x10010000 and that the text
segment starts at 0x00400000.

label: .word 24, 28
.byte 64, 32
.asciiz Example Program
main: jal push
jal pop
li $v0, 10
pop: lw $fp, 0($sp)
lw $ra, 4($sp)
addi $sp, $sp, 32
ret1: jr $ra
push: addi $sp, $sp, -32
sw $fp, 0($sp)
sw $ra, 4($sp)
ret2: jr $ra

a) Write the values of the words stored at the following memory locations.
Provide your answer in
hexadecimal notation.

Word Address Value

b) Consider the process of assembly of the above program,
i) What would the symbol table in the output file contain?
ii) What relocation information would be recorded if any?

c) What are the values of the following labels?


d) Assume that the procedure push and pop were assembled in a distinct file
and statically linked
with the main program. Further assume that the procedures (starting with the
instruction labeled
pop) are placed in the memory starting at location 0x00400040. Provide the
encoding of the jal pop
Please I need help in this assignment
Is there anyone have OrCAD PCB

Draw this circuits in OrCAD PCB Designer(orcad capture).

Then give me the waveform for each circuit
And give me you analysis for each circuit
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Please solve part 6 control of concentration using PID controller.

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The figure below shows a a staircase ADC. Given Vref=10 V and Rref= 10
kohms, and the DAC scaling factor, K, of 2. Full-scale output voltage of 5V for
the ADC. Calculate the value of R to given the full-scale output voltage.
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this task, only consider telephone traffic. Assume that all telephone
traffic is circuit switched as in the traditional PSTN. The relevant
scenario is illustrated in the figure below. The central servers
become a PABX, the interface equipment at building B becomes a
telephone line concentrator with PDH multiplex equipment, and the
interface at building A becomes PDH multiplex equipment, as in the
figure. a) Given the assumptions made in Task 1 a,b,c, map the total
telephone traffic flows (in Erlangs) onto circuit group AB and the
external circuit group. Show the reasoning leading to the answer you
gave. b) If we require that the endtoend GoS probability of loss for
each call (internal and external) be no greater than 0.01 (1 in 100),
what are the GoS probabilities of loss allowed for each of the two
groups of circuits? c) Given the results in a and b above, what are
the required numbers of circuits in each group?
Four strain gauges are mounted on a cantilever beam in a configuration like
that shown in Figure 2. It is used to measure vibrational bending moment that
is applied to the beam itself. The specifications of the load cell are given as

Modulus of Elasticity: E = 120 GPa

Beam dimensions (Length Height (h) Width (b)): 25cm0.75cm2.5cm.
Non-deflected resistances of the strain gauges = 300
Strain gauge factor = 3
Wheatstone bridge voltage supply = 6 Volts.

The bending moment is to be interpreted on a computer via a 12 bit A/D

converter with measurement range 0 to 5 Volts. The required resolution is 0.01
Nm/(bit step). Moreover, the bending moment is required to be band pass
filtered with a transfer function that has a quality factor of 1.2 and a cut off
frequency of 1000 rad/s. Please design an analogue schematic that can be
used to achieve all of the aforementioned objectives. In your solution, please:
1. Include the solution (with answer) to how the sensitivity of the Wheatstone
bridge output ( V/M ) is calculated.
2. Include the solution that determines the required total gain of the analogue
3. Calculate the range of moment (in Nm) that can be measured by the
proposed design.
4. A complete schematic of your circuit. If there are multiple major sections in
your schematic then the purpose of each one shall be clearly shown either by
well-known names or by a clear short description.
5. All passive component values in your circuit shall be designed with
appropriate numbers and any associated transfer functions or static gain
formulae shall be either derived or referenced