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# AMA EDUCATION SYSTEM

COURSE SYLLABUS Course Code Descriptive Title Course Credit Pre-requisite Co-requisite Course Description : : : : : : ECEG01 ELECTRONICS 1 4 units (3-unit lecture, 1-unit lab) EENG01 Electric Circuits Theory 1 ECE05 Electromagnetics A course which deals with the introduction to semiconductor devices that include diodes and transistors, discussion of construction, characteristics and operating principles of this devices including analysis of basic electronic circuits. At the end of the term, the students should be able to:

Course Objective 1. 2. 3. 4.

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Understand the semiconductor theory. Understand the characteristics, operation of a semiconductor diode. Understand the circuit application of rectifier and zener diodes. Know and understand basic transistor circuit.

Course Outline LECTURE TOPICS A. PRELIMINARY PERIOD I. SEMICONDUCTOR THEORY 1. Evolution of Electronics 2. Semi-conductor Physics 3. Diode Theory 4. Characteristic Curve 5. Diode Approximations II. DIODE APPLICATIONS 1. Series and Parallel Circuits 2. Rectifier Circuits 3. Clippers 4. Clampers MIDTERM PERIOD II. SPECIAL PURPOSE DIODES 1. Zener Diode IV. OTHER SPECIAL PURPOSE DIODE 1. Light Emitting Diode 2. Photo Diode 3. Varactor Diode 4. Varistor Diode 5. Schottky Diode 6. Tunnel Diode 7. Liquid Crystal Display 8. Infrared LED V. BJT THEORY 1. BJT Currents 2. Characteristic Curves 3. BJT CofigurationS 4. Loadline Analysis
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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING 112966452.doc ECEG01 Electronics 1 Curriculum Year 2001-2002 / Revised August 2002

LECTURE TOPICS VI. BJT BIASING 1. Fixed Bias 2. Self-Bias 3. Emitter Feedback 4. Voltage Divider Bias POWER SUPPLIES 1. Block Diagram 2. Filtering 3 Voltage Regulation

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FINAL PERIOD Viii INTRODUCTION TO JFET 1. JFET Theory 2. Characteristics 3. Loadlines IX. INTRODUCTION TO AMPLIFIERS 1. Definition 2. Overview of small signal and large signal amp X. SEMICONDUCTOR THEORY 1. Evolution of Electronics 2. Semi-conductor Physics

Grading System Lecture: Prelim Quizzes 40% Class Participation Major Examination Total 40% 10% 50% 100% 10% 50% 100% Midterm Final 40% 10% 50% 100%

Lecture Grade = 30% Prelim + 30% Midterm + 40% Final Grade Laboratory: Experiments Class Participation Major Examination Total Prelim 40% 10% 50% 100% Midterm 40% 10% 50% 100% Final 40% 10% 50% 100%

Laboratory Grade = 30% Prelim + 30% Midterm + 40% Final Grade Grade = 60% Lecture Grade + 40% Laboratory Grade References: 1. Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory by Robert Boylestad 2. Electronics Principles by Albert Paul Malvino 3. Electronics Design by Savant and Carpenter
INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING 112966452.doc ECEG01 Electronics 1 Curriculum Year 2001-2002 / Revised August 2002

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