EK307SyllabusFall2009

- Lecture No 1 3-Sep 2 8-Sep 3 Topic Units Current Voltage Power EK307 Fall 2009 Syllabus Chapter/Sections 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 2.1 Lab Experiment

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Lecture No. Topic Chapter/Sections Lab Experiment 1 Units, Current, Voltage, Power, 3-Sep Circuit Elements: Voltage and Current Sources, 2 Circuit Topologies: Branch, Node, Series, Parallel; 8-Sep KVL/KCL Examples 3 Series, Parallel Resistor Combinations; Voltage and Current Division Linear vs. Nonlinear Circuits 10-Sep Superposition 4 V-I Equation of Thevenin Circuit,Thevenin Equivalent; 3.5 LAB 1 - LEDs 15-Sep 5 Thevenin Examples 17-Sep Maximum Power Transfer Theorem 6 Thevenin Examples/ Dependent Sources 3.5; 3.6 LAB 2 - RESISTIVE CIRCUITS 22-Sep 7 Nonlinear Elements: Diode, BJT 24-Sep Definition of Signal: BJT Transistor Amplifier 8 MOS Transistor 4.11 ; Notes (to be distributed) LAB 3 LOGIC GATES distributed) 29-Sep MOS Amplifier 9 Digital v. Analog Systems 4.10; Notes (to be Logic Gates: AND, OR, NAND, NOR distributed) 1-Oct MOS Logic Elements 10 Operational Amplifier V-I Equations 4.1; 4.2; 4.3; 4.4 LAB 4 OP AMPS 6-Oct Basic Feedback Amplifier - Non-Inverting 11 Inverting Amplifier
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- Lecture No 1 3-Sep 2 8-Sep 3 Topic Units Current Voltage Power EK307 Fall 2009 Syllabus Chapter/Sections 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 2.1 Lab Experiment

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