Analog and Digital Electronics and Laboratory
3 hr lecture and 2 hr lab. 4 credits
Prerequisite: PHYS 204
Course Description: A course providing a basic and practical understanding of semiconductor devices and circuits, including properties of semiconductors, diodes, transistors, amplifiers, frequency response, integrated circuits, operational amplifiers, negative feedback, positive feedback, oscillators, pulse generators, logic, display devices, time circuits, and A/D and D/A circuits.
Writing Requirements: Laboratory reports are required & problem-solving assignments will be given.
Textbook: Introductory Electronics for Scientists and Engineers, Second Edition, by Robert E. Simpson, Prentice Hall Publisher.
Lab manual for laboratory: “Today’s Electronics”, Joseph G. Sloop. E&L Instruments.
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