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ELECTRONICS I

ELEE 3301
COURSE SYLLABUS: SPRING 2011 SEMESTER

Objectives Introduce students to the basic principals of electronics devices and


circuits. ELEE 3301 at a glance

(1) Learn the operation of diode and its application


(2) Learn the physical operation and characteristics of MOSFET
(3) Learn the physical operation and characteristics of BJT
(4) Learn the small signal models and use them to analyze the
performance of single transistor circuits
(5) Learn the operation of amplifier, switch

Schedule MWF 10.45 A.M.-11:35 A.M.,


Class Room: Education Complex 1.502

Text Author: Adel S. Sedra and K. C. Smith, Title: Microelectronic


Circuits Publisher: Oxford University Press, Edition: 6th

Reference R.C. Jaeger, and T.N. Blalock. Microelectronic Circuit Design,


Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2004

Instructor Hasina F Huq, hhuq@utpa.edu,


Office: 3.278 ENGR, Phone: 956-384-5017,
Office Hours: MWF 9.40 A.M.-10.40A.M. R: 1.00PM-4.00PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT

Prerequisites Electrical Circuits I ELEE 2320 with a grade of C or better, Credit for
or enrollment in ELEE 2321.

Grade Typical Grade weighting:

Homework 5%,
Attendance 5%
Midterms I, II, III 40%
Quizzes 20%
Lab 10%
Final Exam 20%

Projects Homework and Short Quizzes:


Homework and Projects must be turned in when due (by 5 pm); late
homework and projects are not accepted. In general, we will have a
number of short quizzes (5-10 minutes) covering previous meeting's
material. There are no makeups for a missed quiz. Although makeups are
discouraged, it is possible to makeup a major exam due to sickness, but
only one makeup is allowed per semester.

Grading A(>90%), B(80 - 89%), C(70 -79%), D(60 - 69%), F(<60%)


Scale

Outcomes
Common to All Engineering Programs
1. able to use knowledge of mathematics, basic sciences and engineering to analyze
(identify, formulate, and solve) problems in electrical engineering.

3. able to design electrical devices, systems or processes that meet given specifications.

Specific to Electrical Engineering

(A5) knowledge of basic linear algebra and discrete mathematics;

(A6) an ability to apply the above technique to engineering problems.

(B3) familiarity with analog electronics, including knowledge of basic discrete and
integrated circuits for rectification, amplification, filtering, switching, and signal
generation;
At the end of the semester, it is expected that students should be able to:
1) understand the use of diode, BJT or FET transistor, including analysis of circuits
containing single stage amplifier
2) perform DC analysis of any diode, BJT or FET transistor circuit, and identify the
operating region for each device,
(3) understand the difference between DC and small signal analysis
(4) draw small signal models and use them to analyze the performance of single transistor
circuits,

Instructor Evaluation will be done at the end of the semester using the standard UTPA
evaluation procedures.
ADA Notice: ============================================

If you have a documented disability which will make it difficult for


you to carry out the work as I have outlined and/or if you need special
accommodations/assistance due to a disability, please contact the
Office of Services for Persons with Disabilities(OSPD), Emilia
Ramirez-Schunior Hall, Room 1.101 immediately, or the Associate
Director at MAUREEN@UTPA.EDU, 316-7005. Appropriate
arrangements/accommodations can be arranged.
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List of Topics Subject to change as the semester progresses.

Class Topic Ref.

Week 1 Diode Circuit Analysis; Diode Circuits 3.1-3.5


Week 2-3 Rectifier, wave-shaping circuits, 3.5-3.10
Half-Wave Rectifiers, Full-Wave Rectifier Design;
Design Tradeoffs
DC-DC Converters
Wave-Shaping Circuits; Dynamic Switching
Photodiodes, Solar Cells, LED

Midterm 1

Week 4-7 MOSFET Physical Operation and 4.1-4.12


MOSFET Characteristics
Transfer Characteristics, MOSFET Circuits at DC
MOSFET Models, MOSFET Amplifiers,
MOSFET Biasing Analysis, Small Signal Operation

Midterm 2
Week 8-11 Bipolar Junction Transistor Physical Operation 5.1-5.11
I-V Characteristics, BJT Circuit Models
MOSFET Circuits at DC
BJT Biasing, BJT Amplifiers,
BJT Biasing Analysis, Small Signal Operation

Week 12 Introduction to Electronics 1.1-1.8

Week 13 Operational Amplifier 2.1-2.9


Inverting and non-Inverting
Configuration, Difference Amplifier
Open loop gain, Bandwidth
Large Signal Operation
Integrators and Differentiators

Midterm 3
Week 14
Review
Final Examination