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Course Outline
104104 Electronic Physics





Petra University

Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Department of Basic Sciences

Course Outline

104104 Electronic Physics






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Prerequisite : None.

Course Description:

Direct Current Circuits, Alternating Current Ci
rcuits, Digital Signals, Semi
-
Conductors, Diodes, Rectifiers, Diode as a Logic Gate, Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT), Bias Circuits
of BJT, Transistor as Logic Gate, Families of Logic Circuits, Binary Systems, Boolean Algebra and
Logic Gates.

Instructor’
s Name

Office No.

Office Phone

Office Hours

E
-
mail

Dr. Saleh Qutaishat

7208

311

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SQutaishat@uop.edu.jo

Qutaishaton@yahoo.com

Course
O
bjectives
:

1
.

To give a solid grou
nding in basic

electronic

physics needed for the study of computer science
.

2
.

During this course, students should develop qualitative and quantitative understanding of the following

concepts:


a) DC and AC Circuits Review
.


b)
Explain Diode and

Transistor Circuits as Switches
.


c)
Digital signals and how information can b
e represented by digital signal
.


d)
Designing logic Gat
es using diodes and transistors
.


e)
Brie
f Description of logic families
.


f)
Explain Co
nversion between Number Systems
.


g)
Logic Gates and implementation of Boolean functions.

A
-
Intended Learning
O
utcomes (ILO'
S
)

:

After completing this course
,

students

are expected to achieve the following outcomes
:

1
.


A
chieve a good understanding of basic concepts

in
electronic
physics

and

how to

link and
apply

these
concepts to

understand the relevant topics to be taught in
computer science

courses
,

specially in computer
l
ogic design course.

2.


Achieve a good understanding of the fundamental aspects
mentioned in the course objectives

a
nd apply it to a
variety of
electronics and digital electronics
situations
in computer technology
.

3
.


A
cquire skills in scientific methods, critical reasoning and problem solving
techniques and strategies.

4
.

A
cq
uire skills needed to read

electronic
phys
ics literature and to work with tables
, graphs

and physical

quantities.

5
.


U
nderstand and to use physical laws governing
digital
process and to describe them mathematically
.

6
.


Recognize the basic

electronic
physic
s
principles behind the operation of
com
puters and its peripherals
.

B
-
Intellectual Skill
s:

1
.

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the points mentioned ab
ove.

2
.

Develop the ability of sol
ving physics problems logically.

3
.

Develop the students creativity
,

deep

thinking
, reason
ing

and estimate

skills.

4
.

To be able to understand and to use
electronic
physic
s

laws governing
electronic circuits and use them to
analyze

these circuits.

C
-
Subject Specific Skills:

1.

Understand the concept of direct current (DC) on the ele
ctronic micro
-
level and on the electric circuit level.

2.


Understand
Kirkhoff's laws

and to use them to a
nalyze simple DC circuit
s and solve

problems
.

3.


Understand the concept of alternating current (AC) and
a
nalyze simple
AC

circuit
s and solve
problems

by
using Kirkhoff's laws
.

4.


Be familiar with analogue and digital electric signals; their forms, amplitude and frequency.

5
.


Be familiar with inductive reactance, capacitive reactance.

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6.


Be able to analyze RLC resonance

circuit
and calculate its impe
dance and its resonance frequency.

7.


Get an idea about the construction of a diode from n type and p type semi
-
conducting materials, its
characteristics and its use as a logic gate.

8.


Be able to use the diode in

OR gate and AND gate digital electronic
circuits.

9
.


Understand
the construction, operation and characteristic curves of bipolar junction transistor (BJT)
.

10.

Be able to bias
the transistor
using

different types of bias
ing methods.


11
.

U
se the transistor

in amplifier circuits and use it
in
NO
T, AND, NAND, OR and NOR

transistor logic gates.

1
2
.

Know and use binary, decimal, octal and hexadecimal
number
system
s
.

1
3
.

Represent binary numbers by electric pulses
.

14.

Know and use digital c
odes; BCD, G
r
ay, X
-
3, ASCII
.

1
5
.

Understand and use Boolean

algebra, De Morgan's theorem and logic gates.

1
6
.

Understand and

use
, AND, NAND, OR,
NOR
, XOR and X
-
NOR digital logic gates
.

1
7
.

Know and distinguish DTL, TTL and ECL basic logic families.

D
-
Transferable Skills:

1.

Develop cooperative work habits and commu
nication skills
.

2.

Develop a sense of responsibility
.

3.

Understand how the scientific method can be used to increase our knowledge

in

computer technology.

Teaching Methods:

Method

Contact Hours

Lectures And Discussions

42 50
-
minute lectures

Learning Ou
tcomes Achieved By Each Teaching Method:

Metod

Achieved outcome

Assessed by

Lectures & Discussions

All outcomes

Exams

Syllabus:


Week

Lecture

Ref.

Category

Topics

Direct Current Circuits (Serway)

1

1

28.1

DC Current

Power source

1

2

28.2


Resistance c
ombination.

1

3

28.3


Kirchhoff's Rules and circuit analysis.

Alternat
ing Current (S
erway)

2

1

33.1

AC Current

AC potential standard equation
,

The AC current standard equation. Definition of
different parameters; frequency; period time,
angular frequenc
y. The relationship between these
parameters.

RMS value.

2

2

33.2

33.3

33.4


Resistance in AC circuit.

Inductance in AC circuit.

Capacitance in AC circuit.

2

3

33.5

33.7


The RLC circuit.

Resonance.

Digital signals (Floyed)

3

1

1.2

Digital Signals

Defi
nition, Electric pulse, Pulse parameters; High
level, Low level, Amplitude, Pulse width.
Repetition time. Positive and Negative pulse.

3

2

1.2


Uniform digital signal, Clock signal, Non
-
uniform
signal and Data representation.

3

3

1.2


Signals timing diag
ram. Serial and parallel transfer

Semi
-
conductors (Nashalsky)

4

1

1.3

Semi
-
conductors

Semi
-
conductors.



1.5


Extrinsic Materials
-
n
-
type and p
-
type.

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4

2

1.6


Semi
-
conductor Diode; construction , operation .
Forward and Reverse bias of diode. Diode
char
acteristics

4

3

1.7


DC resistance, AC resistance.

Diode Applications

6

1

202

Diode Applications

Diode as a logic gate ; OR
-
gate, AND gate.


2

2.6




3




6

1

2.7


Diode
as a rectifier; Half
-
wave Rectif
ier.

6

2

2.8


Full
-
Wave rectifier; Bridge recti
fier.


3




Bipolar Jnction Transistors


1

3.1

Bipolar Junction

Introduction



3.2

Transistors

Transistor construction.

7

2

3.3


Transistor operation.

7

3

3.4


Transistor configuration.



3.6


Common Emitter. Transistor Parameters.

.

.

Transistor
Applications and DC Bias

8

1

4.2

Transistor Applications
and DC Bias

Transistor characteristics curves.

8

2

4.3


Operating regions. DC load line

8

3

4.4


Fixed bias circuit.

9

1

4.5


Transistor Logic Gates.

9

2

3

4.8


NOT gate, AND gate NAND gate, OR
gate, NOR
gate.

Binary S
y
s
tem

(Floy
e
d)


10

1

2.1

Binary Systems

Decimal numbers.



2.2


Binar
y numbers.



2.3


Decimal to binary convers
ion.



2.4


Binary arithmetic.

10

2

2.5


PS and 2's complement of binary numbers.

10

3

2.8


Octal Number
s
.



2.9


Hexadecimal numbers.





Number base conv
ersion.

11

1

2.6


Signed numbers.

11

2

2.7

Binary Systems
(Continued)

Arithmetic operations with signed numbers.

11

3

2.10


Digital Codes; BCD, G
r
ay, X
-
3, ASCII.



2.11



Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates (Man
o)

11

1

2.1

2.2

Boolean Algebra and
Logic Gates

Basic Definitions.

Axiomatic definitions of Boolean algebra.

11

2

2.3


Basic theorems and properties of Boolean algebra.
De

Morgan's theorem.

11

3

2.2.4


Boolean functions.

Algebraic manipulation, compleme
nt of a function.

12

1

2.5


Canonical and standard forms; Minterms and
Maxterms. Conversion between canonical forms.

12

2

2.7


Canonical and standard forms; Minterms and
Maxterms
.
Conversion between canonical forms.

12

3



Digital

Logic Gates AND, NAND,

OR, NOR
, X
-
N
OR
.

Famili
es of Logic circuits

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13

1

7.6

Families of Logic

Basic Logic Families : DTL, TTL

13

2

7.7

Circuits

ECL

13

3

7.8


Parameters
: Speed
-
Power Product. Input and
Output current
-
Fan out.


R
e
ferences:


1.


“Electronic Devices and Circui
t Theory” by Robert Boylstad and Louis Nashelsky 6
th

Edition,
Prentice Hall.

2.


“Physics for Scientists and Engineers” by R. A. Serway, and R. J. Beichner, 5
th

Edition, Saunders
College Publishing, (2000).

3.


Digital Fundamentals by Floyed 5
th

Edition.

4
.


Introduction to Digital Circuits by Theodore F. Bogart, JR. Macmillan/McGraw
-
Hill.

5.


Digital Design by M. Mano.

6.


Basic Electronics for Scientists by James J. Brophy, Third Edition, Mcgraw
-
Hill.



Assessment:

Assessment Method

% Grade

Date

First Exam

20


Second Exam

20


Class Activites

10


Final Exam

50