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Ece 311 - Electronic circuits I
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ECE 311 Winter 2010 Instructor Prof J Miller 214 ELB Ph 313 593 5245 jwvm umich edu gvoice 734 224 8860 E C E 311 Electronic Circuits I Diodes junction transistors FETs terminal characteristics design of rectifiers and power supplies design of amplifiers switching circuits gain bandwidth limitations circuit models Textbook Adel S Sedra and Kenneth C Smith Microelectronic Circuits any edition HRW Topics with textbook sections for the 4th edition noted 1 Real and ideal diode characteristics circuits and analysis All of Chap 3 2 Bipolar transistor terminal characteristics modeling and biasing Chap 4 sections 4 1 4 6 4 9 4 10 3 Design modeling and analysis of BJT amplifier circuits Chap 4 sections 4 7 4 8 and 4 11 4 Differential amplifiers Chap 6 sections 6 1 and 6 2 5 Operational amplifier and representative applications All of Chap 2 6 Power amplifiers Chap 9 sections 9 1 9 6 7 Frequency response approximate methods of calculation Chap 7 Sections 7 3 and 7 4 8 Switching circuits Chap 1 1 7 Chap 13 13 1 13 3 and Chap 14 14 1 and 14 3 Laboratory Students are expected to have read and understood the laboratory assignment and run computer simulations prior to performing the experiments The laboratory component of the course must be passed if the student is to pass the course It is suggested that students purchase a breadboard for the design projects Learning how to test and debug circuits is an especially important part of this course especially for the design projects Grading There will be two tests and weekly quizzes which will count as one test The tests and quizzes will be based on the course outcomes described below The lab also counts as one test and the final design project counts as two tests There is no final exam Grading is as follows 90 and above A 80 89 B 70 79 C 60 69 D Less than 60 E In order to receive an A in the course the test average generally must be 90 or greater In order to pass the course a test average of 60 or greater is generally required



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