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ECE 2C - Outline Spring 2009 Prof. York Week Topics Lab 1 Continuation of Fourier series and Fourier transform techniques for circuit analysis active filters, audio circuit examples No lab week 1 2 Elements of two-port network theory Z/Y/h-parameters, black-box description of amplifiers, small-signal modeling of transistors and diodes via “linearization” Lab 1a: Audio amp & resonators (use audio speaker as example) 3 Transistor amplifiers: basic gain stages, bias point selection, mid-band calculations, input/output impedance considerations. Lab 1b: Microphone circuit 4 More transistor amplifier stuff, parasitic capacitances high-frequency models, Miller theorem, LF & HF response of CS/CE stage Lab 2: MOSFET Amplifier design 5 More Frequency response of single-stage
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Unformatted text preview: amplifiers, Short-Circuit Time Constant method and Open-Circuit Time Constant method, Bode plots, cascading stages Lab 3: BJT Amplifiers, frequency response 6 ** Mid-term ** Active load, Current Mirrors, Transistor pairings, cascode, DC-coupled amplifiers, diff-pair, basic output stages No lab during mid-term weel 7 Elements of op-amp design, non-idealities, closer look at feedback and stability, compensation Lab 4: IR PWM Transmitter 8 Instrumentation amplifiers, sensors, noise concepts Lab 5a: IR Receiver/Demodulator 9 Basic communications concepts, modulation, information and bandwidth Lab 5b: IR Audio Link 10 Analog-digital and Digital-Analog conversion, sampling concepts (make-up lab only)...
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