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Electronics Principles II

by: Sarina Wintheiser

Electronics Principles II ECE 332

Sarina Wintheiser
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarina Wintheiser on Tuesday September 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ECE 332 at Colorado State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 62 views. For similar materials see /class/210309/ece-332-colorado-state-university in ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING at Colorado State University.

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Date Created: 09/22/15
ECE 332 Electronics Principles Analysis and design procedures using models Can express diode MOSFEl39 and BJT regions of operation by Jnction and bias Device behavior in circuit configurations r Can determine region of operation bias points Can determine equivalent circuits Linear Signal amplification transfer functions frequency response Can depict common gate drain amp source con gs Can analyze con gurations for transfer functions of Voltage current and transconductance Can determine 2 harmonic distortion for single stage ampli ers with sinusoidal 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 effect approximation pSPlCE simulation Can simulate circuim Can use simulation to con rm hand calculations for recti er single stage ampli ers and inverters Able to edit pSPlCE models so that models match measurements Laboratorv procedures V Can connect devices and evaluate bias circuits and timeVarying behavior Can analyze measuremenm and display resulm in Bode plots for transfer functions Can extract device properties e g threshold Voltage from measured data Can use LabView to derive IV characteristics of devices and customize Vi s Prerequisites a ECE331 As of 12908 Concepts Asymmetric nonlinear devices are used in circuit topologies to perform signal processing functions Active devices provide power ampli cation and are useful for achieving speci c conditioning of signals Speci c con gurations have advantages and disadvantages to desired needs Feedback allows another degree of freedom in signal processing and system design Design requires drawing from model information making compromises and analyzing results relative to desired speci cations Multistage Ampli ers Applications Linear ampli ers 7 multistaged Linear active lters and timed circuits Analogtodigital converters Phaselockloops Power ampli ers and inverters Nonlinear signal processing modulators demodulators comparators digital logic gates and memory Tools OUT Linear Amplifier Operation and Design Can design bias circuits in single and multistage am i ers using active loads for achieving operational speci cations Can analyze and optimize design for achieving fundamental speci cations such as gain dynamic range and distortion Can calculate and articulate tradeo s in ampli er con gurations relative to performance Can show rstorder e ects and sources ofparasitic elements as related to performance of linear ampli ers Feedback in Linear and NonLinear Circuits pan iuenuiy anu uesciiue uie uasic iopoiogies ioi feedback in linear ampli cations Can determine loop gain and understand the e ect on stability described in terms of effects on oles fo the circuit and phase margin Can employ Bode plots to illustrate behavior Noise and Perturbations on Signal Integrity Can describe the common sources and charact istics ofnoise in linear and nonlinear systems Can use rstorder models ofcircuits Comparators and Data Convert s Can use opamp circuit topology to level sensing annlicatinns Waveform Generation and Shagquot q C an analyze common topologies for sinusoid pulse and triangular waveform genera ion Can design waveform generators to basic rst order speci cations Enqineerinq Procedures and Toals Display lab notebook that meets industrial needs for documentation and intellectual property instantiation Can employ pSPlCE as a routine tool to further understand calculations and measuremen s Can e actparameters from measurements to modify model paramders for better matching of simulation to experiment Can use LabView for data acquisition and analysis and extract paramders using math functions Optional topics LEDs photodiodes solar cells


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