Skibunny078

11-29-2011, 02:22 AM

Hello,

I am still pretty new to coding in various languages. I am in school to be an EE so hopefully I will get the hang of it eventually. I have an assignment in which I am having trouble starting, and coming up with a flow chart or any sort of ideas, so at this point anything will help. :)

The assignment itself is to come up with a discrete A/D converter. When I first signed up for this, I disregarded the "discrete" part of the logic and figured I'd come up with a simple bridge rectifier design, which is what I would prefer to do. I'm not exactly sure what to do to make this a discrete converter.

My professor said that he would like to see the incoming of a sine wave in AC to a "stair stepping sine wave" when it comes out as DC. We also use Assembly Language so it is a little difficult to come up with something along those lines as well. For this project we have to come up with the code and hard wire it. I'm not too worried about the wiring, just how to come up with the code. Any help would be amazing!

Skibunny

I am still pretty new to coding in various languages. I am in school to be an EE so hopefully I will get the hang of it eventually. I have an assignment in which I am having trouble starting, and coming up with a flow chart or any sort of ideas, so at this point anything will help. :)

The assignment itself is to come up with a discrete A/D converter. When I first signed up for this, I disregarded the "discrete" part of the logic and figured I'd come up with a simple bridge rectifier design, which is what I would prefer to do. I'm not exactly sure what to do to make this a discrete converter.

My professor said that he would like to see the incoming of a sine wave in AC to a "stair stepping sine wave" when it comes out as DC. We also use Assembly Language so it is a little difficult to come up with something along those lines as well. For this project we have to come up with the code and hard wire it. I'm not too worried about the wiring, just how to come up with the code. Any help would be amazing!

Skibunny