Mathcad%20-%20Mod%201_course_intro

Mathcad%20-%20Mod%201_course_intro - ECE 321 Course...

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ECE 321 Course Introduction Module 1 Dr. Michael A. Bridgwood Associate Professor Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Clemson University 201 Riggs Hall, Clemson SC 29634-0915 mb@ces.clemson.edu Phone: 864-656-5934; FAX 864-656-5910 Copyright © 2008 Michael A. Bridgwood
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ECE321 Mod1 Electronics II Course Introduction June 09 This version of ECE321-on/line is tailored to fit the Clemson Summer II schedule. There will be about 32 on-line modules/presentations, 4 homework assignments, 2 on-line tests and a proctored final examination. The text for the course to be used as background support is "Microelectronic Circuit Analysis and Design" - Donald Neamen. Instructor contact information Instructor : Michael A. Bridgwood Office: 201 Riggs Hall, Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Clemson University, Clemson, SC29634 0915 Office telephone: 864 656 5934 Home telephone : 864 653 4811 (up to 9:30 pm) E mail : mabibm@clemson.edu or mb@ces.clemson.edu
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Page 3 Class Goals At the end of ECE321 a successful student should be able to design simple analog amplifier circuits using discrete devices or operational amplifiers and be able to analyse and design a sinusoidal oscillator. Although specific electronic devces and systems are analysed during the course, the approach to design should be applicable to amplifiers, power supplies, switching circuits or signal processing circuits, or any other electronic system. The student should have an understanding of the circuit modules used in an integrated circuit. Pre-requisite knowledge
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2009 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Volti during the Spring '09 term at Clemson.

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