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SYLLABUS: SUMMARY OF INFORMATION ON EACH COURSE

1. Name of Course: FUNDAMENTAL OF ELECTRONICS & CIRCUIT THEORY

2. Course Code: DEB1133

3. Names of academic staff: ( NAMA PENGAJAR )

4. Rationale for the inclusion of the course in the programme:


This course will assist students in forming clear concepts of the physical basis for electric circuit theory, testing and developing the foundation in the Electronics
Technology Program.
5. Semester and Year offered: Semester 1 Year 1

6. Total Student Learning Time (SLT):

Category of Activities Learning Activity Total Hours/ Semester


Lecture 26
Guided learning Tutorial/Practical 28
Student centered learning activities 32
Preparation for assignments/projects 22
Self-learning Independent study/revision 29
Preparation for assessment 8
Formal assessments Continuous assessments 5
Total SLT 120

Final examination sitting for theory 3


Formal assessments
Final examination sitting for practical 0

7. Credit Value: 3 credits

8. Prerequisite (if any): NONE

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9. Course Learning Outcomes (CLO):
Apply basic electric & electronic law principles to solve electronic circuit.
CLO1
(C3, PLO1)
Differentiate between passive and active component in terms of
CLO2
functionality. (P1, PLO2)
CLO3 Discuss semiconductor devices in terms of applications. (A2, PLO5)

10. Transferable Skills (Skills and how they are developed and assessed, project and practical experience and internship):

Related PLO Transferable Skills T&L Strategy Assessment Strategy


Identify & problem solving with creative,
Case Study, Project, Tutorial, Group Work
PLO 3 innovative & effective in Technology Electronic Presentation, Essay
field.
Effectively function and responsible as an
Case Study, Project, Tutorial, Group Work
PLO 5 individual & team member in implement various Presentation, Project
tasks.
11. Teaching-learning and assessment strategy :

CLO Method of delivery Method of assessment KPI


Apply basic electric & electronic law
50% marks
CLO1 principles to solve electronic circuit. (C3, Lecture, Tutorial Written Tests, Quiz
and above
PLO1)
Differentiate between passive and active
50% marks
CLO2 component in terms of functionality. (P1, Practical, Demonstration Practical Tests
and above
PLO2)
Discuss semiconductor devices in terms of Case Study, Project, Tutorial, 50% marks
CLO3 Presentation, Project
applications. (A2, PLO5) Group Work and above

12. Synopsis :
This course is an introduction to electric circuits. It consists of laws and a series of mathematical equations which state the relationships that must hold true in

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all electric and electronic circuits and will then apply these basic electric circuit principles to more sophisticated electric and electronic systems. It also provides
the fundamental knowledge of semiconductor devices, component testing and circuit constructions of analogue and digital circuit which include the use of
circuit assemblies, testing methods and recording of measurements.

13. Mode of Delivery :Lecture, Tutorial, Case Study, Project, Tutorial, Group Work

14 Assessment Methods and Types : Assignments, Tests and Final Examination, Practical work and Practical Examination, Lab presentation

No Type of Assessment CLO


Continuous Assessment CLO 1- C3,PLO1 CLO 2- P1, PLO2 CLO 3-A2, PLO5
-Test 10%
1 -Practical work
(i) Assignment 20%
(ii) Presentation 20% 10%
Final Examination
2 Theory 40%
Practical
Sub Total 50% 40% 10%
Total 100%

15 Mapping of the course/module to the Programme Aims :

PEO1 PEO2 PEO3 PEO4


X X

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16. Mapping of the course/module to the ProgrammeLearning Outcomes :

PLO1

PLO2

PLO3

PLO4

PLO5

PLO6

PLO7

PLO8

PLO9
DESCRIPTION

Obtain and apply knowledge of mathematics, science and


PLO1 X
engineering principle/social science in Electronic Technology.

Identify & problem solving with creative, innovative & effective in


PLO3 X
Technology Electronic field.
Effectively function and responsible as an individual & team
PLO5 X
member in implement various tasks.

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17. Content outline of the course and the SLT per topic:

STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT)

NON F2F
FACE TO FACE

Total (Hours)

Assessment
Week Course Materials

Test & Exam

Self-Study
Practical
Tutorial
Lecture
Written Tests,
1.0 RESISTOR 8 8 - - 16 32 Quiz,Presentation,
Project

1.1 Fixed resistor


1.1. Colour code
1.2 Variable resistor
1.3 Ohm’s Law
1-4 1.3.1 Definition of Ohm’s Law
1.3.2 Series circuit
1.3.3 Parallel circuit
1.3.4 Series-parallel circuit
1.4 Kirchoff’s Law
1.4.1 Definition of Kirchoff’s Voltage Law
1.4.2 Definition of Kirchoff’s Current Law
1.5 Lab - Prepare meeting requirement Practical Tests
Written Tests, Quiz,
5 2.0 CAPACITOR 2 2 - - 6 10 Presentation,
Project

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2.1 Capacitance, C

2.2 Construction of a capacitor

2.3 Types of capacitor

2.4 Types of capacitor connection


2.5 Application
Written Tests, Quiz,
3.0 INDUCTOR 2 2 - - 6 10 Presentation,
Project

3.1 Inductance, L

3.2 Construction of an inductor


6
3.3 Types of inductor

3.4 Types of inductor connection

3.5 Inductor testing

3.6 Application Practical Tests

Written Tests, Quiz,


4.0 DIODE 6 6 - - 13 25 Presentation,
Project

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Construction and symbol of a diode


7-9

4.3 Diode operation


4.3.1 Forward bias
4.3.2 Reverse bias

4.4 Diode I-V Characteristic Curve

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4.5 Basic Diode Circuit

Diode Application
4.6.1 DC Power Supply
4.6.2 Rectifier
4.6.3 Filter
4.6.4 Voltage regulator
Written Tests, Quiz,
5.0 TRANSISTOR 8 8 - - 17 33 Presentation,
Project

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Construction and Symbol of Transistor

Transistor Configuration
5.3
5.3.1 Common Emitter Configuration
5.3.2 Common Collector Configuration
5.3.3 Common Base Configuration

5.4 Biasing Requirement For Transistor Operations

Transistor Operation For Common


10- 13 5.5
Emitter Configuration
5.1 .1 Cut off Mode
5.5.2 Saturation Mode
5.5.3 Active Mode
I-V Characteristic Curve For Common Emitter Configuration
5.6
5.6.1 the input I-V characteristic
5.6.2 the output I-V characteristic
Direct Current (DC) Biasing
5.7
5.7.1 Fixed Current Biasing
5.7.2 Voltage Divider Biasing

Transistor Application
5.8
5.8.1 Transistor as an amplifier
5.8.2 Transistor as a switch
5.8.3 Transistor application in power amplifier

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5.9 Operational Amplifier Practical Tests

Written Tests, Quiz,


6.0 INTEGRATED CIRCUIT 2 2 - - 6 10 Presentation,
Project

14 6.1 Definition of Integrated Circuit

6.2 Fabrication process

6.3 Integrated circuit application

15 Final exam ( Theory) - - - 3 - -


16-17 Final exam (Practical) - - - - - -
Total 28 28 - 2 64 120
Notional Hours 40
Credit Value 3

18. RUJUKAN UTAMA (MAIN REFERENCES):

1. Fundamentals of Electronics: Electronis Devices and Circuit Application. Thomas F. Schubert ,Er..Morgan & Claypool Publisher, May 1 2015
2. Physics of Semiconductor Devices Edition 3: Simon M. Sze Kwok K Ng, John Wiley 7 sons Pub. November 3, 2006
3. Power Electronics Semiconductor Devices:, Robert Perret,John Wiley & Sons , March 1, 2013

RUJUKAN TAMBAHAN (EXTRA REFERENCES):


1. Kurikulum Standard KolejVokasional (KSKV). 2016, Diploma TeknologiElektronik (ETN): PengurusanAkademik. Unit Vokasional, BPTV KPM.
19. Other additional information: - Nil

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