EE 320/320L Electronics I

Fall 2009

 

EE 320/320L Course Syllabus 

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Lecture Notes 

Lecture # Title
0 Cover Page. Table of contents.
1 Ideal Diode.
2 Physical Operation of Diodes.
3 DC Analysis of Diode Circuits.
4 Small-Signal Diode Model and Its Application.
5 Introduction to B2 Spice from Beige Bag Software.
6 Zener Diodes.
7 Diode Rectifier Circuits (Half Cycle, Full Cycle, and Bridge).
8 Peak Rectifiers.
9 Limiting and Clamping Diode Circuits. Voltage Doubler. Special Diode Types.
10 Bipolar Junction Transistor Construction. NPN Physical Operation.
11 PNP Bipolar Junction Transistor Physical Operation. BJT Examples.
12 DC Analysis of BJT Circuits.
13 The BJT as a Signal Amplifier.
14 BJT Small-Signal Equivalent Circuit Models.
15 BJT Small-Signal Amplifier Examples.
16 Graphical Analysis of a BJT Small-Signal Amplifier.
17 BJT Biasing. Current Mirror.
18 Common Emitter Amplifier.
19 Common Emitter Amplifier with Emitter Degeneration.
20 Common Base Amplifier.
21 Common Collector (Emitter Follower) Amplifier.
22 BJT Internal Capacitances. High Frequency Circuit Model.
23 Common Emitter Amplifier Frequency Response. Miller's Theorem.
24 BJT as an Electronic Switch.
25 Enhancement Type MOSFET Operation, P-Channel, and CMOS. ("The High-k Solution," IEEE Spectrum, Oct. 2007)
26 MOSFET Circuit Symbols, iD-vDS Characteristics.
27 MOSFET Circuits at DC.
28 MOSFET as an Amplifier. Small-Signal Equivalent Circuit Models.
29 MOSFET Small-Signal Amplifier Examples.
30 Biasing MOSFET Amplifiers. MOSFET Current Mirrors.
31 Common Source Amplifier.
32 Common Source Amplifier with Source Degeneration.
33 CMOS Common Source Amplifier.
34 MOSFET Common Gate Amplifier.
35 CMOS Common Gate Amplifier.
36 MOSFET Common Drain (Source Follower) Amplifier.
37 CMOS Digital Logic Inverter.


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Last modified on December 18, 2009.