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ETCE TC2K Course Outline – EET 216 EET 216 - Linear Electronic Circuits Standard Course Outline (Updated Fall 2005) Catalog Data: 216: Linear Electronic Circuits (3 credits) Theoretical study of linear electronic devices and circuits, including field effect transistors, frequency response of amplifiers. Prerequisites: EET210. Goals of the Course: Linear Electronic Circuits The goal of the course is to teach students to analyze and design small signal and power amplifiers and power supplies using electronic devices such as diodes, transistors and integrated circuits. Students will also learn to analyze MOSFETS, diacs, thyristors, and triacs. Relationship of EET Program Outcomes: EET 216 contributes to the following EET program outcomes: Course Outcomes: Students should be able to apply basic knowledge in electronics, electrical circuit analysis, electrical machines, microprocessors, and programmable logic controllers (Outcome 1) Students should be able to apply basic mathematical, scientific, and engineering concepts to technical problem solving (Outcome 3) The specific course outcomes supporting the program are: Outcome 1: Students will understand the effect of operating point on the performance of BJT and FET amplifiers and be able to select and design for proper bias. Students will understand the small signal operation of BJT and FET amplifiers and be able to analyze operation. Students will understand the concept of frequency response and be able to develop a Bode plot for a given circuit. Outcome 3: Rev 2 Students will apply concepts of algebra in conjunction with network theorems to simplify and quantitatively analyze electronic circuits containing bipolar or field effect transistors. Students will apply concepts of algebra and complex 1 Aug. 2005 ETCE TC2K Course Outline – EET 216 algebra in conjunction with fundamental electronic laws to quantitatively analyze electronic circuits containing bipolar or field effect transistors. Students will be able to construct Bode plots to depict amplifier frequency response. Suggested Text: Paynter, Introductory Electronic Devices and Circuits, 6th Edition, Prentice Hall Alternate Texts: Malvino, Electronic Principles, 6th edition, McGraw-Hill Floyd, Electronic Devices, 7th edition, Merrill Prerequisites by Students are expected to have the following topical knowledge upon entering the course: Topic: Course Topics: Basic characteristics of diodes and op-amps Characteristics of linear voltage, current, resistance, and conductance amplifiers Concepts of feedback in amplifier circuits Operation, analysis, and design of practical linear and specialty non-linear circuits using op-amps Basics of filter and oscillator circuits Suggested topical coverage by weeks [Chap. references for Paynter text]: 1. Review of diodes, diode applications (rectifiers & filters) [2.12.7, 3.2-3.6] 2. Limiters, clampers, multipliers [4.1-4.4] 3. JFETs and JFET biasing [12.1-12.2] 4. Small-signal JFET amplifiers (CS, CD, and CG designs) [12.312.4] 5. MOSFETS [13.1-13.5] 6. EXAM I 7. BJT biasing [6.1-6.3, 7.1-7.4] 8. Small-signal BJT amplifiers (CE, CB, and CC designs) [8.18.4, 9.1-9.7] 9. Small-signal BJT amplifiers (CB, and CC designs) [10.1-10.5] 10. Power amplifiers [11.-11.6] 11. Review and EXAM II 12. Lead-lag networks, half-power response, dB notation [notes supplied by instructor] 13. Low frequency response of BJT and FET amplifiers, Miller's theorem, high frequency response of amplifiers, Bode plots [14.2-14.3, notes supplied by instructor] 14. Review and Exam III Rev 2 2 Aug. 2005 ETCE TC2K Course Outline – EET 216 15. Review of op amp amplifier filters[17-1 to 17-6] Final Exam Calculator Use: Students are expected to own and know how to use a scientific calculator, such as the TI-85/86 or equivalent. Computer Use: Students are expected to use PSPICE for Windows, Electronics Workbench, or equivalent software, especially for calculating and presenting the frequency response of amplifiers as well as MOSFETS. EET 216 students should also be enrolled in the associated lab, EET 221. EET 221 should be taught by the same instructor. Course Assessment: The following may be useful methods for assessing the success of this course in achieving the intended outcomes listed above: Course Coordinator: Rev 2 Outcomes 1&3: Traditional exams covering lecture material Outcomes 1&3: Assignment of quantitative design and analysis problems involving more complex applications of fundamental models Outcomes 1&3: Operational circuit analysis using circuit performance data Gerry Cano, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, New Kensington Campus ([email protected]) 3 Aug. 2005