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Elec 211 - Analog Circuits

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COURSE OUTLINE ELEC 211 Analog Circuits 4 Semester Hours HOWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE Description The student will become capable of assembling and analyzing analog circuits Topics include FET characteristics and circuits differential amplifiers integrated circuit fabrication negative and positive feedback operational amplifier characteristics analysis of common operational amplifier circuits Class B power amplifiers power supply characteristics and circuits using discrete and integrated circuit technology Prerequisite ELEC 114 3 hours lecture 3 hours lab Overall Course Objectives Upon completion of this course the student will be able to 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Compare the four differential amplifier configurations and determine the voltage gain differential input resistance and the output resistance for a given differential amplifier configuration Define common mode rejection ratio CMRR and explain its significance Analyze a given differential amplifier or design a differential amplifier to meet the given specifications using swamping resistors with constant current bias circuit Explain the use of a level translator circuit with the cascaded differential and design it to meet the given requirements Discuss the general properties of an operational amplifier op amp draw the schematic symbol for an op amp showing its three signal terminals and discuss the important considerations given in selecting an IC package Extract from data sheets some of the basic op amp characteristics and define the terms input offset voltage input offset current CMRR large signal voltage gain and slew rate List the electrical characteristic of an ideal op amp draw an equivalent circuit of an op amp and draw and explain the three open loop op amp configurations Discuss the characteristics of positive and negative feedback circuits and draw the block diagram for each of the four negative feedback configurations and explain their significance Calculate the closed loop voltage gain



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