Topics covered in the lab include Verification of Maximum Power Transfer Theorem Click here for the Lab sheet of this lab

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## CSE 122 Lab 4 : Verification of Superposition and Thevenin theorem

Topics covered in the lab include Verification of Superposition theorem Verification of Thevenin theorem and therefore norton theorem Click here for the Lab sheet of this lab

## CSE 122 Lab 3 : Verification of KCL and KVL

Topics covered in the lab include Verification of KCL Simple verification of KCL Verifying CDR Verification of KVL Simple verification of KVL Verifying VDR

## CSE 122 Lab 2 : Verification of Ohm’s Law

Topics covered in the lab include Introduction to potentiometer and variable resistor Verification of Ohm’s Law Varying voltage to find current Making table of the data read Graphing the table and finding resistance Varying current (Using a variable resistor in series) to find voltage accross resistor Making table of the data read Graphing the table

## CSE 122 Lab 1 : Familiarizing with the lab and measuring instruments

Topics covered in the lab includes Introduction to trainer board Switches Meters Voltage source Function generator Introduction to breadboard Introduction to multimeters (VOltmeter, Ammeter, and ohmmeter) Introduction to Oscilloscope Connection of Voltmeter Connection of Ammeter Connection of Ohmmeter Measuring voltage using voltmeter Measuring resistance using ohmmeter Measuring current using ammeter (With a simple resistance and

## CSE 322 Lab 6

Problem#1 (Chapter 7 problem 8) [Previous days hometask] Write a program that prompts the user to enter a character, and on subsequent lines prints its ASCII code in binary, and the number of 1 bits In Its ASCII code. Sample execution: TYPE A CHARACTER: A THE ASCII CODE OF A IN BINARY IS 01000001 THE

## CSE 322 Lab 5

Problem#1 (Section 6.5) Write a code to take a string input and print the first and last capital letters in the string in alphabetical order //Solution TITLE First and last capitals .MODEL SMALL ; DIRECTIVE .STACK 100H .DATA ; CR EQU 0DH ; LF EQU 0AH ; ;A DW 2 ; DATA SEGMENT ;B DW

## CSE 322 Lab 4

Problem#1 (Eg 6.4) If AX contains a negative number, put -1 In BX; if AX contains 0, put O In BX; if AX contains a positive number, put 1 In BX. //Solution mov ax, 0FFFFh cmp ax, 0 jl negative je zero jg positive negative: mov bx, -1 mov dl, ‘n’ jmp end zero: mov

## Starting with building circuit

If you are fairly new to building a circuit on a breadboard, you may face difficulty in EEE labs. Few years back i wrote a series of blog post on absolute basic to starting to build circuits. I hope these can help you if you find it difficult to build a circuit in a breadboard.

## CSE 322 Lab 3

Problem#1 Write an assembly code to display a 11*11 hollow box of stars //Solution .MODEL SMALL .STACK 100H .DATA ; CR EQU 0DH ; LF EQU 0AH ; MSG db ‘***********’, cr, lf, ‘$’ MSG2 db ‘* *’, cr, lf, ‘$’ .CODE ; MAIN PROC ;MAIN PROCEDURE ; CODE SEGMENT MOV AX,@DATA ; MOV DS,