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1 Carleton University - ELEC 2507 Electronic – I: Winter Term 2011 Lecture Outline and Schedule: Following is the broad outline for the course and intended schedule for this term. However, variations in it may be made by the instructor at the time of teaching and also depending on the circumstances and class schedules. Lecture Outline Lecture (week-wise) Section(s) in Textbook (6 th ed) Content Week – 1&2 1.3 (summary) 2.1 Introduction to Analog Electronics: Devices, Circuits, Applications, Digital v/s Analog. Op-Amp Basics 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 OpAMPs: Basics, Inverting, Non-inverting Configurations, Buffer Circuits, Summing Circuits Amplifer Basics, Gain, Input, Output Impedances, buffer circuits 2.4 Difference Amplifier, Op-Amp Examples 2.5 Integrator and Differentiator Circuits, Frequency Responses Week – 3&4 (Lab1 – Basic circuit theorems starts, PA – Quiz 1) 3.1 3.2, 3.3 Semiconductors - Intrinsic/extrinsic Silicon, Doping – p, n, Diffusion/Drift Currents, Diodes – Concepts of Physical operation: p-n junction formation, 3.4-3.6 Barrier Potential, Forward Bias, Diode Current Equation, Reverse Bias, Examples 4.1 4.2 Ideal diode: application in logic gates, Examples Characteristic curves, 4.3 Modeling: Exponential Model, Graphical Analysis, Concept of Load Line, Diode Simplified Models: Battery + resistance model, constant voltage drop model, Diode Small signal Model, Examples Week – 5&6 (Lab2- Op- Amps
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