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Lesson 8: Transistors
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Silicon
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MOSFETS
Significance
Types
Common Names
Basic Physics
Functions/Uses
Does this really matter?
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Lab 2: Resistors and LEDs
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Your first goal today is to find the following resistors and build the following circuit on a bread board.
R1: 100Ohms
R2: 1kOhms
R3: 100Ohms
R4: 3.9kOhms
R5: 1.5kOhms
Lab 9: CMOS Logic
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Experiment 1:
As mentioned last week, more complex logic operations are implemented with CMOS (both N- and PMOS
transistors). However, it's kind of tricky implement CMOS logic
Lab 3: Resistor Calculations
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Measured:
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Fun Permutations:
Using only 100 resistors in any combination, how would you get the following equ
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Lesson 6: Oscillators
Oscillators
What are they?
What are they used for?
Amplitude Modulation (AM)
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Lesson 9: Digital Logic
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Transistors
Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor
Drain, Body, Source, Gate
Function as an electronic swit
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Lesson 5: Amplifiers
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Capacitors an electrical device that can store
energy
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Amplifiers!
Amplifiers
Turn a small (quiet) signal into a b
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Lesson 2: Voltage, Current, Resistance
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Course Introduction
Safety
Soldering
Terminology
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History Lesson
Voltage
Current
Resistance
Digita
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Lesson 7: Silicon
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Silicon
Properties
Charge Carriers
Electrons
Holes
Doping
Silicon in Everyday Use
Silico
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Lesson 3: Ohms Law, Equivalent Resistances
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Voltage
Current
Resistance
9V
Review
Voltage Difference in electrical potential
between two points
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This course is designed to introduc
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Lesson 4: Capacitance
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Ohms Law
Kirchoffs Voltage and Current Laws
KVL: Voltage around a loop sums to zero.
KCL: Current into a node equals cur
Lab 7: Breadboards, Solar Cells
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Experiment 1 :
Get comfortable building circuits on breadboards! If you have any doubts, build the following resistive
network and verify the following node volt
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Lab 8: NMOS Transistors
Experiment 1:
MOS transistors can be used as voltage controlled switches, i.e. they act like a wire when a certain voltage is
applied to the gate and act like an open ci
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Lab 6: Relaxation Oscillator
Experiment 1:
Consider the relaxation oscillator schematic below (and the op amp pin diagram on the back):
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1
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Let C = 1uF, R1 = 1k. Note that audible frequencies
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Lab 5:Amplifiers
Experiment 1:
Dr. Seuss needs your help! His dear cat (who was wearing a hat) took a mighty fall and the cats hat fell off.
Due to the shock from losing his precious hat, the c
Lab 4: Capacitors
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Diodes are semiconductor devices that only allow current to flow when the voltage drop across the device is
positive. We model diodes as plain wires when they allow current to