Electronic Circuits and Devices Laboratory ELCE-221
Laboratory Experiment No. 4
Experiment Title:
DC Transistor Characteristics
Aim: The aim of this experiment is to familiarize students with the D.C characteristics
of low power bipolar transistors.
Objec
Electronic Circuits and Devices Laboratory - ELCE-221
Experiment No. 3
Diode Applications (Part B)
Clampers, Voltage Regulators
Aim: To study the behaviour of diode as clampers and voltage regulators.
Objectives:
On completion of this experiment the stude
Electronic Circuits and Devices
Laboratory - ELCE-221
Experiment No. 2
Diode Applications (Part A)
Rectifiers, Clippers
Aim: To study the behaviour of diode as rectifiers and clippers.
Objectives: On completion of this experiment the student should be abl
ELCE 220
Electronic Circuits and Devices I
Spring 2011-2012 Dr. Shakti Singh
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Every effort has been made to use only those figures and circuits which are
available on the public domain and are free from any known copyri
ELCE 220
Electronic Circuits and Devices I
Spring 2011-2012 Dr. Shakti Singh
Textbook
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Every effort has been made to use only those figures and circuits which are
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Signals and Systems
ELCE 301
Advanced analysis of LTI systems
235
Advanced analysis of LTI systems
Block diagrams based on the Laplace transform
integration
derivative
delay
s 2Y (s)
b
k
k
b
sY (s) e2 sY (s) X (s) sX (s)
m
m
m
m
y "(t )
b
k
k
b
y '(t )
Signals and Systems
ELCE 301
Laplace transform in LTI systems
203
Laplace transform in LTI systems
Fundamentals of the Laplace transform
The Laplace transform is similar but NOT the same as the Fourier
transform.
The formal definition:
L[ x(t )] X ( s)
x
Signals and Systems
ELCE 301
Frequency analysis of LTI systems
194
Frequency analysis of LTI systems
Transfer function (frequency response) of an LTI system
Assume an LTI system with the impulse response h(t) (i.e. a response to a
delta input (t) .
The sy
Signals and Systems
ELCE 301
Fourier analysis of continuous-time signals
(part 2)
171
Fourier analysis of continuous-time signals
Fourier transform of CT signals
Assume the same aperiodic function has been periodized in many
different ways.
0 a 2 / 2 1
0
Signals and Systems
ELCE 301
Fourier analysis of continuous-time signals
146
Fourier analysis of continuous-time signals
Fourier series for periodic signals
Let x(t) be periodic with T0 period. Trigonometric Fourier series is
a representation of x(t) as a
Signals and Systems
ELCE 301
Time-domain Analysis of LTI Systems (p.2)
113
Analysis of LTI Systems using inputs
Limitations of ODE-based analysis of LTI systems
1.
Complex systems need complex differential equations (analytic
solution difficult or impossi
Signals and Systems
ELCE 301
Time-domain Analysis of LTI Systems
98
Time-domain Analysis of LTI Systems
Standard procedures in analyzing systems
1.
2.
3.
4.
Identify functionality/equations of the system components.
Choose a model for representing the sys
Signals and Systems
ELCE 301
Continuous-time Systems
72
Continuous-time systems
Basic terminology
Systems process input signals and produce output signals in
order to accomplish a specific task.
Mathematically, a system is described by a functional:
73
Signals and Systems
ELCE 301
Continuous-time Signals
21
Continuous-time signals
Signals as Functions of Time
Continuous-time signals are functions of a real argument
x(t) where time, t, can take any real value
x(t) may be assumed 0 for a given range of t
Signals and Systems
ELCE 301
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Course Information for Students
General Course Information:
Course Title
Signals and Systems
Course Code
ELCE - 301
Course Instructor
Assoc.Prof. Andrzej Sluzek
andrzej.sluzek@kustar.ac.ae
Phone: 02 501 8578
Office: H 309 H
Elce 212 Electric Circuit II
Fall 2011
CH 14 Frequency Response and bode plot
Note: Some problem are modified from the book
P14.3
Given the circuit in Fig. 14.70, R 1 = 2, R 2 = 5, C 1 = 0.1F, and C 2 = 0.2F, determine
the transfer function H(s) = V o (s)
Electric Circuit II
Chapter 9
Dr. Baker Mohammad
AC Analysis
Most material covered in ch9 of the text
book
Definition of AC signal parameter
Mathematical presentation of AC signal
Phaser, rectangular,
exponential, and complex
Review basic mathematical ope
Electric Circuit II
lecture 6 7
ch10 from text book
Dr. Baker Mohammad
AC Analysis
Impedance calculation
RLC circuit in steady state reaction to AC signal
rectangular, polar, and exponential
Leading, lagging definition
Circuit analysis with AC source
Electric Circuit II
lecture 5
Dr. Baker Mohammad
AC Analysis
Most material covered in ch9 of the text book
Definition of AC signal parameter
Mathematical presentation of AC signal
Phaser, rectangular,
exponential, and complex
Review basic mathematic
Electric Circuit II
Elce 212
Week 2 : Lecture 3-4
ch6 and ch7
Dr. Baker Mohammad
Passive Element : C & L Ch6 from text book
Capacitor
Current voltage relation
Energy stored
Series and Parallel
Inductor
Current, voltage relation
Energy Stored
Serie
Elce 212
Electric Circuit II
Lecture 1-2
Dr. Baker Mohammad
Outline
Class info
Review material
Electrical elements
Voltage, current and basic law/relationship
Superstition
Thevenin/Norton
Source transformation
Capacitor, inductor behaviors
Elce212
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Class