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Department of Computer Science

and Information Engineering
,

Ming Chuan University

Course
Syllabus

Course
Name

Electronic Circuits
-
1

Course Number

05
2
0
4

/ autumn term

Total C
redits

3

R
equired / Elective

R
equired Course

Weekly
H
ours

3

Prerequisite

Course

Electric Circuits

Course

Description

This course is the first in a two
-
semester course series on
Electronic Circuits
.

T h e f i r s t s e me s t e r i s
d e v o t e d t o t h e
s t u d y o f t h e f u n d a me n t a l c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s

o f e l e c t r o n i c d e v i c e s a n d b a s i
c c i r c u i t s.

I t s t a r t s w i t h a c o n c i s e i n t r o d u c t i o n
t o s e mi c o n d u c t o r s a n d p n j u n c t i o n.

T h e n t h e b i p o l a r j u n c t i o n t r a n s i s t o r
( B J T ) a n d t h e MO S t r a n s i s t o r s a r e i n t r o d u c e d. T h e s t r u c t u r e, p h y s i c a l
o p e r a t i o n, t e r mi n a l c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s, mo d e l s, a n d b a s i c c i r c u i t

a p p l i c a t i o n s
(analog and digital) of the various types of the devices are studied.

We also
study the operational amplifiers, their terminal characteristics, simple
application
s
, and limitations.

Learning

O
bjectives

1.

To introduce students the functions a
nd characteristics of the
ideal
op
-
amps, and diffe
rential and common
-
mode signals

2.

To teach students non
-
idealities (finite input and output resistances,
finite gain and bandwidth, input offset voltage and current) in op
-
amps,
and thei
r effects on op
-
amp pe
rformance

3.

To introduce students some application circuits implemented with
op
-
amps, such as
integrators and differentiators

4.

To teach students
the current
-
voltage relationships

and c
ircuit models

of
nonlinear circuit elements such as
junction diodes,
juncti
on
capacitors,
and bipolar
junction

transistors

5.

To teach students analysis techniques (
piecewise
-
linear and
small
-
signal

analysis) for

nonlinear circuits and devices

6.

To introduce students some application circuits implemented with
diodes, such as
rectifier
s, limiters,
and
clampers

7.

To teach students
overall
the
analysis
and design
of basic
single
-
stage transistor amplifier

with various circuit configurations
;
the concepts may include the considerations of
biasing,
effect
and frequency
response

8.

To teach students how to design
single
-
transistor analog amplifiers
meeting specifications such as:
voltage
gain, band
width, input and
output resistances, linearity and saturation limits

Learning

Outcome

Upon completion of this course, students
at the minimum be able to:

1.

Ability to analyze
(
feedback
)

circuits containing non
-
ideal op
-
amps

2.

Ability to design an integrator
or
a
differentiator utilizing op
-
amps

3.

Ability to understand the device structure,
physical operation

and basic
current
-
voltage
characteristics of a junction diode
and

a
bipolar

junction

transistor

4.

Ability to reduce a nonlinear circuit to its small
-
signal e
quivalent
by
replacing the device
(diode or transistor)
with their
appropriate
linear
model
and analyze it

5.

Ability to
design and
implement various diode
application
circuits

(ex,
half
-
/full
-
wave rectifiers, single/double limiting circuits, DC restorer, or
DC voltage multiplying circuits)

with
different transfer characteristics

6.

Ability to determine the small
-
signal model

(hybrid
-
pi

or T model
)

of
a transistor from its data sheet and
/or

lab measurements using
oscilloscopes, signal generators, and s
emiconduct
or parameter
meter

7.

Ability to sk
etch the small
-
signal equivalences

of a
bipolar junction
transistor

circuit

and known the meanings and conditions

8.

Ability to
know and analyze

input/output impedances
,
and

bandwidth
)

of a single
-
stage transistor
amplifier with different configurations such as common
-
emitter (CE),
common
-
base (CB),
or

common
-
collector (CC)

9.

A
bility to design and physically implement a transistor amplifier having
a stable biasing and meeting given design

specifications such as
voltage
gain, bandwidth, and node impedances

for various applications

Course

Outline

The course contexts introduce the following concepts:

1.

Function and characteristics of the ideal op
-
amp

2.

The effect
s

of
finite input and output re
sistances, finite gain and
bandwidth, input offset voltage and current

on the
non
-
ideal op
-
amp
circuit performance

3.

Op
-
amp integrators and differentiators

4.

Physical operation, c
urrent
-
voltage characteristics and models of
junction diodes

5.

Diode application ci
rcuits:
half
-
/full
-
wave rectifiers, limiting and
clamping circuits

6.

Device structure, physical operation and
current
-
voltage
characteristics
of
bipolar

junction

transistors (BJTs)

as an amplifier and as a switch

7.

DC biasing in BJT amplifier circuits

8.

Small
-
si
gnal operation, models and analys
e
s of BJT circuits

9.

Characteristics of s
ingle
-
stage BJT amplifiers (
common
-
emitter,
common
-
base, or emitter follower

configurations
)

Note

The Relationship between Learning Objectives and Department Goal

G1.

Knowledge Im
partation

G2.

Skill Training

G3.

Striving for Excellence

G4.

Team Spirit

G5.

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-
wide Views

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