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(Skills) From analog to digital circuits / (Skills) Distribution fitting Tool

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Skills: From analog to digital circuits, Bogdan Roman

This talk will make an effort to present the evolution from the analog to the digital domain. Starting with insulators, conductors and semiconductors and reaching full scale digital circuits, it will present an overview of the underlying fenomenology and functionality of the basic components such as diodes and transistors up to digital logic gates and circuits.

Skills: Distribution fitting Tool, Min Lin

I would like to introduce a statistical tool from MathLab. This tool is particular useful if you are in the studying of probability distribution of measurement data. I will first introduce some basic function of this tool box and eventually, I would demo one example using my measurement results.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Digital Technology Group (DTG) Meetings series.

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