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A = Strongly AgreeB = AgreeC = NeutralD = DisagreeE = Strongly DisagreeA. Design and AnalysisB. Laboratory skillsC. Software skillsJ R Brews3/10/2004ECE 304- Design of Electronic CircuitsStudents' Self Assessment of Course OutcomesECE Department, University of ArizonaSpring 2005In order to assure the continued success of the EE and CE programs, we would appreciateyour evaluation of whether or not this course met its learning outcomes. All answers willbe kept anonymous and will be used for future improvements of the academic programs.Thank you for your help.A = Strongly AgreeB = AgreeC = NeutralD = DisagreeE = Strongly DisagreeA. Design and AnalysisI can:1. Design a current mirror to meet specified compliance voltage, AC ripple requirements, etc. 2. Design differential amplifiers using active or resistive loads to meet large-signal swing and small-signal gain specifications 3. Design output stages to meet power delivery, efficiency and heating specifications 4. Relate capacitance in devices to the frequency performance of circuits, including the Miller effect 5. Use multiple stages (like the cascode, or voltage follower input and output stages) to avoid frequency limitations6. Design a cascade of differential amplifiers that meets large signal and gain requirements7. Use the methods of open- and short-circuit time constants to estimate bandwidth 8. Determine the loaded gain of a feedback amplifier using two-ports9. Design the four types of amplifier (voltage, current, transconductance and transresistance), based upon two-port theory and T-section resistor feedback networks10. Relate feedback to frequency performance and stability using Bode plots11. Design a stable circuit using Miller compensation12. Design a feedback amplifier for a specified step response 13. Design circuits to work for a range of device parameter variationsPage 1MARK YOUR RESPONSES ON THE SCANTRON FORMJ R Brews3/10/2004B. Laboratory skillsI can: 14. Build working circuit prototypes 15. Test and trouble-shoot a prototype 16. Keep lab notebooks using standards required for use in a patent dispute 17. Write clear technical reports that meet professional standards 18. Use a variety of measurement instruments and techniques 19. Work closely with a colleague C. Software skillsI can:20. Use named variables in EXCEL to implement formulas of hand analysis 21. Set up EXCEL worksheets that explore different parameter dependencies22. Use EXCEL to graphically visualize complex expressions of hand analysis23. Use PSPICE to explore the effect of varying various circuit parameters upon a design24. Use PSPICE to determine the large signal time response of a design25. Use PSPICE to determine the small-signal frequency dependence of a design26. Use PSPICE to implement ideal as well as real transistor models 27. Use a WORD template to automate the formatting of documentsPage

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