EE 230 Lecture 1 Spring 2010

EE 230 Lecture 1 Spring 2010 - EE 230 Electronic Circuits...

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EE 230 Electronic Circuits and Systems Randy Geiger 2133 Coover [email protected] 294-7745
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Course Description Linear Systems Frequency domain characterization of electronic circuits and systems transfer functions sinusoidal steady state response Models of linear and nonlinear electronic circuits Linearization small signal analysis Stability and feedback circuits Operational amplifiers Models linear and nonlinear applications Transfer function realizations. Phase-locked Loops Characteristics and applications (if time permits) A/D and D/A converters sources of distortions converter linearity and spectral characterization applications
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Required Text: Microelectronic Circuits – Fifth Edition by Sedra and Smith, Oxford, 2004 This text will be heavily augmented with lecture notes
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Instructional Approach: • Emphasis will be placed upon developing and understanding basic concepts and on how basic concepts relate to the much bigger picture • Lectures will present an alternative approach to material covered in the text • Testing will attempt to determine if basic concepts are mastered and will generally not be comprised of questions that are minor variants of examples in text, in notes, or in homework problems
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Attendance Policy: • Attendance of class lectures is optional • Turning in of homework is optional • Attendance of exams is optional • Attendance of any quizzes is optional • Attendance of all laboratory periods is required - but attendance may be taken - but a 0 will be assigned for any missing homework assignments - but a grade of 0 will be assigned for any missing exams - but a grade of 0 will be assigned for any missing quizzes - and all experiments must be successfully completed and reported to pass the course
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Grading Policy: 3 Exams 100 pts each 1 Final 100 pts. Homework 100 pts.total Lab and Lab Reports 100 pts.total Quizzes 15 pts each Design Project ? 50-100 pts.? Grade will be assigned based upon total points accumulated
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Instructor Access: • Office Hours – Open-door policy – to be announced • reserved for EE 230 and EE 435 students – By appointment • Email [email protected] – Include EE 230 in subject
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Course Wiki http:/wikis.ece.iastate.edu/vlsi A Wiki has been set up for circuits and electronics courses in the department.
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