Electronic Circuits

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Oct 7, 2013 (4 years and 7 days ago)

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Syllabus

No:

09823470001

Course Name:

Electronic Circuits

Organization:

CSIE

Grade:

1

(
Spring
)

Lecturer:


Credit:

2


Required


E l e c t i v e

F o u n d a t i o n C o u r s e:

N o n e

H o u r s:

2

1.

Teaching Objectives
:

The main objective of this course is to introduce the

basic

concept
s
of
electronic circuits
.

This
course covers

DC circuits, AC circuits, electronic
device
s, and applications. After learning this course students
should understand the basic theory of electronic circuits and active elements and be able to analyze
bas
ic DC and
AC circuits with active elements.

Course Objectives

Core Abilities


Establish solid and professional
abilities for students


1.1

Implement mathematic and logical abilities


1.2

Have the specific abilities for information software


1.3

Have the specific abilities for information hardware


1.4

Ability to explore, analyze, a
nd solve unknown problems


Develop abilities of
information
implementation and practice for students


2.1

Ability to employ modern software and understand the usage of
information systems


2.2
Ability to
develop hardware and software for information system
s


Strength
en

team works and cooperation
for students in a wide range of learning


3.1 Ability to communicate and cooperate with each other


3.2

Understanding of professional ethics and social responsibility

Symbols
: ●
Highly
-
Related



Partially
-
Related


Non
-
Related

Outcomes and Assessment

This criterion assesses the quality and capabilities of the students and graduates. The program seeking accreditation
must:

1.1.1
ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering;

1.1.2
a
bility to c
arry out information process and scientific calculation;

2.1.1
ability to design and conduct experiments
;

2.1.2

ability to analyze and interpret data;

2.2.1
ability to
think logically, implement information technologies, and design creatively
;

2.2.2
abilit
y to analyze, design, and accomplish all kinds of problems
by mean of

independent thinking and integrated
creativity;

3.1.1
a
bility to
apply professional techniques and make use of personal characteristics to provide practical contributions
for sake of sel
f
-
establishment;

3.2.1
a
bility to organize, consult, and negotiate for solving pr
ofessional problems via cooperating with a term in order to
be recognized by classmates and teachers;

3.3.1
a
bility to cultivate habits of life
-
long learning
;

4.1.1
a
bility to

care about society
,

humanities, enterprise ethics, and
concern for society;

4.2.1
knowledge of contemporary issues; an understanding of the impact of engineering solutions in environmental,
societal, and global contexts in order to fit in with the
changin
g
impact of the international environment


2.

Teaching Policy and Grading
:

Homework

and quiz

4
0%,
Midterm

3
0%,
Final

30%.

Descriptions for the Course:

The

textbook of this course is

[1]
. Lectures
present

P
ower
P
oint

files
,
which are provided in
the course we
b site. There are homework

and exams, including at least two quizzes, one midterm, and final exam
.

All
exams are written test
s and students are allowed to
bring
in
a hand
-
written
A4 size note for the test.
There is a
discussion

forum

in the course web site
.

3.

Contents and Progression
:

Outline

Corresponding to Students’ Core
Abilities

Implementation

Topics

Contents

1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

2.1

2.2

3.1

3.2

A

B

C

D

Basic Concept

1.
Voltage, current, and resistance






















2.
Ohm's law






















3.
Series circuits






















4.
Parallel circuits






















5.
Electromagnetism






















Storage and Indexing

6.
Alternating current and voltage






















7.
Capacitors






















8.
RC

circuits






















Query Processing

9.
Inductors






















10.
RL circuits






















Transaction
Management

11. RLC

circuits






















12.
Transformers






















13.
Diodes






















Advanced Topics

14.
Transistors






















15.

The operational amplifier






















16.
Op
-
amp circuits






















4.

References
:

1. Electronics Fundamentals: Circuits, Devices, and Applications, T.L. Floyd, 8th edition.
Pearson, 2009. (
高立圖書
)