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ECE 2B University of California, Santa Barbara Winter 2011 Shynk H.O. #3 COURSE OBJECTIVES AND TENTATIVE SCHEDULE Objectives: Continuation of introductory circuit analysis. Diode circuits. Laplace transform and solution of steady-state and transient circuit problems in the s-domain; Bode plots; resonators; op-amps and design of op-amp circuits; passive and active filters; Fourier series and Fourier trans- formers. Two-port circuit parameters and their use in small signal transistor circuit analysis. Dates: Week 1 (1/3): Labs and Lectures Begin Week 2 (1/10): Homework #1 Due (Friday 1/14) Week 3 (1/17): Homework #2 Due (Friday 1/21) Lab #1 Due Week 4 (1/24): Homework #3 Due (Friday 1/28) Lab #2 Due Week 5 (1/31): Homework #4 Due (Friday 2/4) Lab #3 Due Week 6 (2/7): Midterm Exam (Thursday, 2/10) Week 7 (2/14): Homework #5 Due (Friday 2/18)
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Unformatted text preview: Lab #4 Due Week 8 (2/21): Homework #6 Due (Friday 2/25) Lab #5 Due Week 9 (2/28): Homework #7 Due (Friday 3/4) Lab #6 Due Week 10 (3/7): Homework #8 Due (Friday 3/11) Lab #7 Due Week 11 (3/14): Final Exam (Thursday, 3/17) Notes: 1. Homework will be due on Fridays at 5:00 p.m. Place them in the ECE 2B homework box in Room 3120 of Harold Frank Hall (HFH). 2. Lab reports will be due on the day of your lab section. Give them to your lab TA at the beginning of the lab session. 3. Since there are holidays on two Mondays (1/17 and 2/21), students registered for the Monday lab section should attend the cancelled lab section on Thursday of those weeks, 12:00–3:50 p.m. Those students can submit Lab Reports 1 and 5 on Tuesday (1/18 and 2/22) in the homework box before noon (again, because of the Monday holidays). 1...
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