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Lecture 01 Winter 2010

Lecture 01 Winter 2010 - ECSE 330 Introduction to...

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1 ECSE 330 Introduction to Electronics Lecture 01: Intro to Signals and Amplifiers Roni Khazaka R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Electronics Curriculum 2 ECSE200 Circuits I ECSE210 Circuits II ECSE434 Microlectronics Lab ECSE330 Intro to Electronics ECSE334 Intro to Microlectronics Prerequisite: ECSE210 Circuits II
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2 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Course Topics 3 Overview of signals and amplifiers Operational amplifiers Diodes and diode circuits Bipolar junction transistors (BJT) and BJT circuits MOS Field Effect Transistors (MOSFETs) and MOSFET circuits. Frequency response. R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Grading Scheme 4 Class test #1(Jan 28) 10% Class test #2 (March 2 nd ) 15% Class test #3 (March 30 th ) 15% Design Assignment 5% Final Exam 55% Problem sets 0% Note: Exam dates are tentative until room booking confirmation.
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3 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Signals 5 Voice, temperature, pressure: Information that we need to process and/or transmit. An analog signal can be a voltage or a current. t x(t) R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Voltage vs Current Signals 6 A voltage signal is convenient when Rs is low. A current signal is convenient when Rs is high. Equivalent (source transformation) Thevenin Norton
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4 R. Khazaka ECSE330 Introduction to Electronics Sinusoidal Signal 7 Completely defined by its magnitude, frequency and phase.
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