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Electronics Laboratory C ESE 324 Lecture 1 Emre Salman Stony Brook University
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1) Lecture: Thursdays 3:50 to 4:45 PM (Harriman Hall 112) 2) L01: Tuesdays 5:20 pm to 8:20 pm (283 Light Engineering) 30 students registered 3) L02: Mondays 6:55 pm to 9:55 pm (283 Light Engineering) 20 students registered 4) We will use Blackboard https://blackboard.stonybrook.edu/ Visit frequently for updates and announcements 5) Prerequisites: ESE 211 and ESE 372 ESE 314 is highly helpful General Information
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1) Textbooks: - Microelectronic Circuits by A. S. Sedra and K. C. Smith (required) - Analysis and Design of Digital Integrated Circuits by D. Hodges, H. Jackson, and R. Saleh (recommended) Handouts may be distributed during the class or on Blackboard 2) Grading: - Lab work/reports: 45% Midterm: 20% Final: 30% Portfolio: 5% - There may be unannounced 1-2 question quizzes at the beginning of a lecture 3) Office Hours: - Tuesdays, 9:00 am to 11:00 am and Thursdays, 4:50 pm to 6:50 pm - Light Engineering Building RM 257 General Information
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Check Blackboard for updates - Junghun Ryu - Kai Wang - Ying Li - Suhas Sharman 2) Lab Sessions: - No labs in the first two weeks - First lab will be on the 14 th and 15 th of February - Select a partner in the first laboratory session and let the TA know - No more than two students per group are permitted - Obtained data should be approved by the TA before leaving the lab - Report of a current lab session must be submitted to the TA during the following lab session at the latest - Every student should submit a report - Reports of two students in the same group can only share the common data even though collaboration and discussion is encouraged. General Information
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course ESE 324 taught by Professor Sussman-fort,s during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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