CS3310 PDF

It features a 16bit serial interface that controls two independent, lowdistortion audio channels. The CS includes an array of well-matched resistors and a low noise active output stage that is capable of driving a ? A total adjustable range of dB, in 0. Cirrus Logic, Inc.

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Examinations are cumulative, i. All students are responsible for the material even if they are absent or late for class. Extraordinary excuses for missing an examination may be accepted, but these generally require sufficient documentation, i.

If you violate academic honesty while taking an examination, the situation will be handled according to the Academic Integrity statement published earlier in this syllabus.

These activities may include announced or pop quizzes, desk work, programming exercises, canvas material exercises and programming assignments. Some work may occur between two lectures or across several lectures i.

Your instructor will explain graded tasks prior to or as they occur. You will receive a score of zero if you fail to take any of these activitie at the time it is administered to the entire class -- there are no makeups for these. Late Submission Policy All the programming and homework assignments, are due by the deadline specified. After 10 days, the submission is worth zero points, however, you should submit those as repeated occurrences of non-submission of the assigned work may result in a failing grade although you may pass other sections of the assigned work.

Please note, it is generally better to request a special withdrawal from all classes than to take an Incomplete grade. You must finish the incomplete work, without gaining any additional credit. Generally, students finishing work for one course are enrolled and responsible for other courses in the follow session of semester. Academic Integrity You are responsible for making yourself aware of and understanding the University policies and procedures that pertain to Academic Honesty.

These policies include cheating, fabrication, falsification and forgery, multiple submission, plagiarism, complicity and computer misuse. If there is reason to believe you have been involved in academic dishonesty, you will be referred to the Office of Student Conduct. You will be given the opportunity to review the charge s and if you believe you are not responsible, you will have the opportunity for a hearing. You should consult with your instructor if you are uncertain about an issue of academic honesty prior to the submission of an assignment or test.

Students who take this class must be prepared to submit electronic copies of some or all assignments. The University expects that all students will be evaluated and graded on their own work. If you use language, data or ideas from other sources, published or unpublished, you must take care to acknowledge and properly cite those sources. Failure to do so constitutes plagiarism. Throughout the term you will be required to write computer programs to solve problems.

You are to write code yourself for problem solutions. Here are additional rules to follow, when writing your solutions: Do not look at or copy code that someone else has written for the same or similar solution. Do not give your code in part or whole, either in hardcopy or electronic form, to anyone else.

Do not give another person access to your files. After the discussion play a computer game, watch an episode of your favorite TV show, or participate in some activity not associated with the assignment. After you have done this, then program your solution on your own. Plagiarism does not occur when efforts to promptly identify sources by making source use apparent to the audience of the submitted material are obvious.

Plagiarism may not necessarily include mistakes in citation style. A legitimate expectation of original work exists for numerous circumstances, including but not limited to : scholarly writing, technical presentations and papers, conference presentations and papers, online discussion postings, grant proposals, patents, book and other manuscripts, theses and dissertations, class assignments, artistic works, computer code, algorithms, and other creative works.

This definition applies to the entire WMU community, which includes all faculty; students; staff; visiting faculty, scholars and administrators; and any other person governed by the academic research and other policies of the university. You must complete, sign and attach the plagiarism declaration sheet with each of your assignments.

Disability Services for Students DSS Both in compliance with and in the spirit of the Americans with Disabilities Act ADA , we would like to work with you if you have a disability that is relevant to your work in this class. If you have a documented disability and wish to discuss academic accommodations, please contact your instructor in a timely fashion with your DSS verification card.

You may also contact the Office of Disability Services for Students if you need to register with the DSS office, or at www.





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