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Lecture Notes EECS 40 Introduction to Microelectronic Circuits Prof. C. Chang-Hasnain Spring 2007
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Slide 1 EE40 Fall 2006 Prof. Chang-Hasnain EE 40 Course Overview EECS 40: One of five EECS core courses (with 20, 61A, 61B, and 61C) introduces “hardware” side of EECS prerequisite for EE105, EE130, EE141, EE150 Prerequisites: Math 1B, Physics 7B Course involves three hours of lecture, one hour of discussion and three hours of lab work each week. Course content: Fundamental circuit concepts and analysis techniques First and second order circuits, impulse and frequency response Op Amps Diode and FET: Device and Circuits Amplification, Logic, Filter Text Book Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications”, third edition, Allan R. Hambley, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 Supplementary Reader Slide 2 EE40 Fall 2006 Prof. Chang-Hasnain Important DATES Office hours, Discussion and Lab Sessions will start on week 2 – Stay with ONE Discussion and Lab session you registered. Midterm and Final Dates: – Midterms: 6-7:40 pm on 2/21 and 4/11(Location TBD) – Final: 8-11am on 5/14 (Location TBD) Best Final Project Contest – 5/4 3-5pm Location TBD – Winner projects will be displayed on second floor Cory Hall. Slide 3 EE40 Fall 2006 Prof. Chang-Hasnain Grading Policy Weights: 12%: 12 HW sets 15%: 11 Labs 7 structured experiments (7%) one 4-week final project (8%) 40%: 2 midterm exams 33%: Final exam No late HW or Lab reports accepted No make-up exams unless Prof. Chang’s approval is obtained at least 24 hours before exam time; proofs of extraneous circumstances are required. If you miss one of the midterms, you lose 20 % of the grade. Departmental grading policy: A typical GPA for courses in the lower division is 2.7. This GPA would result, for example, from 17% A's, 50% B's, 20% C's, 10% D's, and 3% F's. Slide 4 EE40 Fall 2006 Prof. Chang-Hasnain Grading Policy (Cont’d) Weekly HW: Assignment on the web by 5 pm Wednesdays, starting 1/24/07. Due 5 pm the following Wednesday in HW box, 240 Cory. On the top page, right top corner, write your name (in the form: Last Name, First Name) with discussion session number. Graded homework will be returned one week later in discussion sessions. Labs Complete the prelab section before going to the lab , or your points will be taken off. Lab reports are supposed to be turned in at the end of each lab, except for the final project, which is due at the end of the last lab session. It is your responsibility to check with the head GSI from time to time to make sure all grades are entered correctly.
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Slide 5 EE40 Fall 2006 Prof. Chang-Hasnain Classroom Rules Please come to class on time. There is no web-cast this semester. Turn off cell phones, pagers, radio, CD, DVD, etc.
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