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ECE 323 Syllabus Winter 2009 1-5 Ch 1 Introduction, linear vs nonlinear techniques 1-7 Ch 1 Notation, Generalized amplifiers 1-9 Ch 2 Ideal vs nonideal op amp models, Inverting amplifier configuration 1-12 Ch 2 Differential Amplifiers, instrumentation amplifiers 1-14 Ch 2 Effects of nonideal op amp characteristics 1-16 Ch 3 Diodes and models 1-19 Holiday: MLK Jr. Day (no classes) 1-21 Ch 3 Graphical circuit analysis, piecewise linear circuit analysis 1-23 Ch 3 Diodes in voltage regulation circuits 1-26 Ch 3 Diodes in AC/DC power converters 1-28 Midterm 1 review 1-30 Midterm 1 (location to be announced) 2-2 Ch 3 Voltage shifters and specialty diodes 2-4 Ch 4, Handout Introduction to MOSFETs 2-6 Ch 4 DC operation/analysis of MOSFETs 2-9 Ch 4 MOSFETs for amplifiers, effect of DC bias
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Unformatted text preview: 2-11 Ch 4 Using MOSFETs as resistors in ICs 2-13 Ch 4 Single-stage MOSFET ampliers 2-16 Ch 4 High Frequency MOSFET amplier considerations 2-18 Midterm 2 review 2-20 Midterm 2 (location to be announced) 2-23 Ch 5, Handout Introduction to bipolar junction transistors (BJTs), models 2-25 Ch 5 BJT ampliers 2-27 Ch 5 more BJT ampliers 3-2 Ch 6.3 MOSFET current sources to bias ampliers in ICs 3-4 Ch 6.5 Role of active loads in IC ampliers 3-6 Ch 7.1 MOSFET dierential ampliers 3-9 Ch 4.10, Ch 10 CMOS logic devices 3-11 Ch 10 CMOS logic devices 3-13 Review Check the Winter 2009 Master Schedule of Classes for Time/Date of Final Exam (room to be announced)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2009 for the course ECE 323 taught by Professor Bibyk during the Winter '08 term at Ohio State.

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