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Unformatted text preview: EE 310 Electronic Circuit Design I Designation: Required core course for electrical and computer engineering majors. University Bulletin Description: EE 310: (4) Properties of fundamental electronic devices, analysis of DC, AC small-signal and nonlinear behavior, analog and digital circuit design applications. Prerequisite: EE 210. Prerequisites by Topics: 1. Understanding and the ability to use linear algebra and complex variables in the solution of linear circuits. 2. Understanding of basic linear circuit constants and variables. 3. Understanding and the ability to apply network theorems to the analysis of circuits. 4. Proficiency in the use of Multisim or PSpice for circuit analysis. 5. Proficiency in the use of basic test equipment (oscilloscope, function generator, power supply). Textbook/Required Materials: Microelectronics : Circuit Analysis and Design , 3 rd ed., Neamen, Donald A., McGraw-Hill, 2007. Learning Outcomes: This course provides the foundational education in electronic circuit analysis and design. Through lecture, laboratory, and out-of-class assignments, students are provided learning experiences that enable...
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