Electronics Principles I
Electronics Principles I ECE 331
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Date Created: 09/22/15
EQE 331 Electronics Principles Differential and Intearal Calculus Can integrate and differentiate sinusoidal exponentizfr and logarithmic functions Can compute terms ofa series expansion Can evaluate functions at limiting values Phasors Impedance Can convert complex numbers from Cartesianto polar coordinates Can convert linear timeinvariant system from di erential to transform orm Kirchhoff s Law Can analyze circuim with reactive and resistive elements Can use mesh and node analysis to analyze circuim with indenendent and denendent sources Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits Can transform sources and impedances to equivalent forms to analyze circuit behavior I 4 I A y lab and procedures Can use instruments Can measure voltage current and frequency response in RLC circuim Can maintain a lab notebook Bode plot nomenclature and conventions Can express transfer functions of single and multiple time constant circuits in Bode format pSPICE simulation Can simulate circuim Pro cient with sweeps manipulation of variables and math function cap ability of simulation tools Prerequisites ECE202 and MATH340 or MATHs45 As of 12908 Concepts Asymmetric nonlinear devices are modeled in terms of region of operation and parasitic O pn junction diodes 0 Zener diodes 0 Enhancement MOSFETs 0 Bipolar junction transistors Region of operation and bias for best Transfer functions Equivalent circuits Common source and common emitter Applications prop erti es performance con gurations Voltage current and power supply desi n Largesignal processing clamps logic inverters Linear signal processing linear ampli ers lters Tools pSPICE OUT Analysis and design using models Can express diode MOSFEl39 and BJT regions ofoperation by function and bias Device behavior in circuits a Can determine region of operation bias points Can determine equivalent circuits for any region Linear Signal amplification transfer functions frequency response Can depict common gate drain and source c on gurations Can analyze circuits for transfer functions of voltage current and transconductance Can determine 2 harmonic distortion for single stage ampli ers with sinusoid inputs Parasitic and secondary effects on signal processing Can derive full expression for CS or CE con guration frequency response Can show relationship to opencircuit time constant and Miller e ect approximation pSPICE simulation r Can simulate circuim Can use simulation to con rm hand calculations for recti er single stage ampli ers and simple inverters Able to edit pSPICE models so that models match measuremenm Laboratory procedures measurement analysis and reporting Can connect devices and evaluate bias circuits and tii varying b ehavior Can analyze measurements and display results in Bode plots for transfer Jn 39ons Can extract device properties eg threshold voltage from measured data Can use LabView to derive IV characteristics of devices and customize Vi s for processing laboratory information 9
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