Course_Outline - EE 315 ELECTRONICS I (Fall 2004)...

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EE 315 ELECTRONICS I (Fall 2004) Instructor: Prof. Vladimir Nikulin, Office: Q12, Phone: 777- 6956, e-mail: vnikulin@binghamton.edu Office hours: 1:00 – 2:30 pm Monday, Wednesday, or by appointment TA: TBA Labs: Prof. Vladimir Nikulin and Prof. Qing Wu Text: Horenstein, M.N. "Microelectronic Circuits and Devices, 2nd Ed." Prentice -Hall 1995 Laboratory Manual: Sackman & Sterlacci, EE 315 Laboratory (coursepack) Grading: Homeworks (handed in on time) - 15 2 Midterms @ 20 - 40 8 Lab Experiments @ 2 (graded in lab) - 16 Design Project (Demo+ Formal report) - 9 Final Exam - 20 ----------------------------------------------------- TOTAL 100 Policy: Discussions among students regarding homework, lab, and project assignments are strongly encouraged; however, each student must show his/her individual effort. Partial credit is given. Any form of academic dishonesty will be penalized. Anyone caught cheating will receive a zero for that assignment, plus the final grade will be reduced by one letter grade. COURSE OUTLINE
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