EE 332

Electronic Devices Laboratory
1997

1999
EE 332

1. Electronic Devices Laboratory
. Applications of
diodes and transistors
Catalog Data
in analog circuits, design of bias circuits. Prerequisites: EE 301
and EE 302; Corequisite: EE 331.
Textbook
Sedra & Smith,
Microelectronic Circuits
, 4th ed., Oxford University
Press, 1997.
Coordinator
M. K. Kazimierczuk, Professor of Electrical Engineering
Goals
Provide each student with an opportunity to study and apply
semiconductor d
e
vices and ap
ply electronic circuit theory in the
design of selected analog circuits.
Topical
Each student should:
Prerequisites
be able to apply Ohm’s law
be able to apply KVL and KCL
be able to apply voltage and current dividers
be able to apply the principle o
f superposition
be familiar with fundamental concepts of dc circuits
be familiar with sinusoidal steady

state analysis for resistive
circuits
be familiar with concepts of independent ideal and real sources
be familiar with concepts of dependent ideal and r
eal sources
be able to apply Thévenin and Norton’s theorems
be able to design simple dc circuits
Learning
For each student to:
Objectives
understand characteristics of pn silicon, Schottky and LED diodes
understand small

signal and large

signal models
of diodes
be able to design diode circuits
be able to design the Zener diode voltage regulator
be able to design a biasing circuit for MOSFETs
be able to design CS and CD amplifiers
be able to design a biasing circuit for BJTs
be able to design CE, CC, and
CB amplifiers
be able to design amplifiers for mid

frequencies
Laboratory
This one credit laboratory course complements the three credit
Electronic Devices lecture course, EE 331.
Computer Usage
None.
Estimated ABET
Engineering Science
0.5 credit hours
or 50%
Category Content
Engineering Design
0.5 credit hours or 50%
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S A M P L E F O R D R . K A Z I M I E R C Z U K
EE 332

Electronic Devices Laboratory
1997

1999
EE 332

1. Electronic Devices Laboratory
. Applications of
diod
es and transistors
Catalog Data
in analog circuits, design of bias circuits. Prerequisites: EE 301
and EE 302; Corequisite: EE 331.
Textbook
Sedra & Smith,
Microelectronic Circuits
, 4th ed., Oxford University
Press, 1997.
Coordinator
M. K. Kazimierc
zuk, Professor of Electrical Engineering
Goals
Provide each student with an opportunity to study and apply
semiconductor d
e
vices and apply electronic circuit theory in the
design of selected analog circuits.
Topical
Each student should:
Prerequisites
be able to apply Ohm’s law
be able to apply KVL and KCL
be able to apply voltage and current dividers
be able to apply the principle of superposition
be familiar with fundamental concepts of dc circuits
be familiar with sinusoidal steady

state analysis
for resistive
circuits
be familiar with concepts of independent ideal and real sources
be familiar with concepts of dependent ideal and real sources
be able to apply Thévenin and Norton’s theorems
be able to design simple dc circuits
Learning
For each st
udent to:
Objectives
understand characteristics of pn silicon, Schottky and LED diodes
understand small

signal and large

signal models of diodes
be able to design diode circuits
be able to design the Zener diode voltage regulator
be able to design a bias
ing circuit for MOSFETs
be able to design CS and CD amplifiers
be able to design a biasing circuit for BJTs
be able to design CE, CC, and CB amplifiers
be able to design amplifiers for mid

frequencies
understand op amp ideal and actual models
be able to de
sign basic op amp configurations
Laboratory
This one credit laboratory course complements the three credit
Electronic Devices lecture course, EE 331.
Computer Usage
None.
Estimated ABET
Engineering Science
0.5 credit hours or 50%
Category Content
Engine
ering Design
0.5 credit hours or 50%
061799
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