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1 SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE124L Electronic Design Laboratory II Syllabus Fall 2007 Course Objectives 1. To strengthen students’ ability of using basic electronic test equipment including a digital sampling oscilloscope. 2. To enhance students’ ability to properly document laboratory work and to explain their conclusion with reference to collected data. 3. To provide students the experience with the practical issues involved in designing, building, testing, and troubleshooting electronic circuits. 4. To enhance students’ understanding of the lecture part of the course. Topics Experiment 1A: Familiarization with Lab Instruments (Oscilloscope; Screen Capture etc.) Experiment 1B: Review of PSPICE (to be done at home) Experiment 2: Curve Tracer; Simple Current Mirror Experiment Experiment 3: Elements of Differential Amplifiers Experiment Experiment 4: Operational Transconductance Amplifier (LM13700) Experiment 5: Feedback Amplifier Design Exercise Experiment 6: Op Amp Frequency Limitations (Slew Rate; Bandwidth; Stability) Experiment 7: Lab Projecst (emphasis on FET-circuits) Prerequisite(s) All students - who could not preregister - wishing to sign up for the EE124 lecture must present to the EE124 lecture instructor a permission slip showing that s/he has obtained an EE124 Lab place. Students qualified to take the EE124 Lab are those who took Engr 100W, EE122 and EE128, all with a grade of C or better. Also graduate and transfer students who can prove that they met the prerequisites for EE124 are considered to be qualified. Outcomes Students should successfully perform the following tasks in regard to analog circuit design, measurement and reporting of results: r Research on the design problem R Verification on specifications V Paper and pencil design P PSPICE simulation P Preliminary preparation using LabView tutorials & quizzes Build circuits properly (under consideration of frequency, power supply decoupling, and op amp compensation) B Proper use of measurement equipment P Trouble shooting techniques T Lab notebook entries L Evaluation of circuits using LabView E Post measurement analysis P Report writing (informal and formal) R • Oral reporting • Teamwork
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Outcome Assessment O • Class participation • Design Experiments • PSPICE Simulation • Preliminary LabView Quizzes • Additional Quizzes • Lab Notebook • Formal Final Reports • Project • Presentation • Semester-end course and instructor evaluation. Relationship to Program Objectives and ABET Program Criteria Program objectives Learning Obj. Level of
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