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 Department
of
Electrical
and

 Computer
Engineering
 
 ECSE330
Introduction
to
Electronics
 Instructor:

 Prof.
Roni
Khazaka
 
 
 Room
547
McConnell
Engineering
Bldg.
 
 
 Roni.khazaka@mcgill.ca
 
 Office
hours:
 Tue
10:30am
to
11:30am
 
 
 Thu
10:30am
to
11:30am.
 
 TAs:
 
 Kasra
Payandehjoo
(kasra.payandehjoo@mail.mcgill.ca)
 
 
 Dani
Tannir
(dani.tannir@mail.mcgill.ca)
 
 Textbook:
 Microelectronic
Circuits
(6th
edition)
by
A.
S.
Sedra
and
K.
C.
Smith.
 
 Reference
 Spice
for
Microelectronics
(2nd
edition)
by
Roberts
and
Sedra.
 Text:
 
 Prerequisites:
 ECSE
210
(grade
C
or
better).
 
 Lectures
:

 Tue,
Thu
8:35
to
9:55am
 
 
 Room
ENTR
0100
 
 
 First
lecture
Tue
Jan
5th;
last
lecture
Tue
Apr
13th.




 
 Tutorials:

 Mon
8:35am
to
10:25am
(ENGTR
0070)
 
 
 Tue
4:05pm
to
5:55pm
(ENGTR
2100)
 
 Grading
 3
Tests
 40%
 Scheme:
 Design
Assignment
 5%
 
 Final
Exam
 55%
 
 Assigned
problem
sets
 0%
(self
assessment
and
practice).
 
 Exam
 Test
#1
(10%):
Thu
January
28
2010,
8:35
–
9:55am
 weights
 Test
#2
(15%):
Tue
March

2,
2010,
8:35
–
9:55am.

 and
dates:
 Test
#3
(15%):
Tue
March

30,
2010,
8:35
–
9:55am.
 
 Note:
Exam
dates
are
tentative
pending
confirmation
of
room
booking.
 
 Location
TBA.
 
 
 
 Academic
 Integrity:
 
 
 
 Calendar

 Description:
 
 
 
 McGill
University
values
academic
integrity.
Therefore,
all
students
must
understand

 the
meaning
and
consequences
of
cheating,
plagiarism
and
other
academic
offences

 Under
the
Code
of
Student
Conduct
and
Disciplinary
Procedures
(see

 www.mcgill.ca/integrity

for
more
information).

 Introduction
to
electronic
circuits
using
operational
amplifiers,
pn
junction
diodes,

 bipolar
junction
transistors
(BJTs),
and
MOS
field‐effect
transistors
(MOSFETs),

 including:
terminal
characteristics,
large‐
and
small‐signal
models;
configuration
and

 frequency
response
of
single
stage
amplifiers
with
discrete
biasing.
Introduction
to

 SPICE.
Simulation
experiments.

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