ESE 324: Electronics Laboratory C SPRING 2011 Instructor: Emre Salman E-mail: [email protected]Office: Room 257, Light Engineering Building Time and Location: Lecture: Thursday, 3:50 pm – 4:45 pm at Harriman Hall 112 Lab L01: Tuesday, 5:20 pm – 8:20 pm Light Engineering, 283 Lab L02: Monday, 6:55 – 9:55 pm Light Engineering, 283 Office Hours: Tuesdays, 9:00 am to 11:00 am and Thursdays, 4:50 pm to 6:50 pm Course Description: Illustrates and expands upon advanced concepts presented in ESE 372. Experiments include analog circuits such as oscillators and voltage regulators; mixed-signal circuits such as analog to digital and digital to analog data converters and phase-locked loops, and several experiments emphasizing the analog design issues in digital circuits such as transmission gates, registers, and dynamic logic. Weekly lectures cover the minimum required theory for these experiments. Text Books:
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