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RCC CONTACT FOR THIS COURSE:
Dave McKeen, Rogue Community College Instructor & Department Chair, 541-956-7076
dmckeen@roguecc.edu.
COLLEGE NOW WEBSITE: http://www.roguecc.edu/COLLEGENOW
Your resource for current information, including processes and forms
COURSE INFORMATION & REQUIREMENTS
RCC Course Title:
Course No.
Introduction to Electronics
EET101
Credits: 3
Requirements for Articulating This Class
HIGH SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR EDUCATION BACKGROUND:
 Teaching credential, background in Electronics Fundamentals
COLLEGE NOW Course Completion Requirements
Students must have:
 1Received grade A-F, W, I, P, Z and NP
 Completed COLLEGE NOW registration process
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Based on current state and college regulations and policy, all students in COLLEGE NOW or other dual
enrollment classes are graded on the same standards and under the same guidelines as any regular college
student. That means that COLLEGE NOW students can earn A - F, W, I, P, Z and NP grades that will
show on the official college transcript.
COLLEGE NOW CONTACT INFORMATION:
Daniella Bivens
Rogue Community College
Table Rock Campus
7800 Pacific Avenue
White City, OR 97503-1060
HSA@roguecc.edu
541-245-7806
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Course No: EET101
Credits:
3
Date: November 2010
Course Title:
Introduction to Electronics
Institution:
Rogue Community College
Type of Course:
Occupational Preparatory
Length of Course:
A minimum of sixty (60) lecture/lab hours per one term.
Prerequisites:
An interest in the electronics field. MTH20 recommended.
Department Assignment:
Electronics Technology
Course Description:
Provides students with a hands-on survey of modern electronics. Introduces DC/AC theory,
digital, solid state, power supply fundamentals, and integrated circuits. Lab assignments provide
opportunities to construct and analyze basic circuits while learning proper use of test equipment.
Course Outcomes, ISLO (Institutional Student Learning Outcomes) Indicators and
Assessment: On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Intended Outcomes:
ISLO Key Indicators:
Assessment Methods:
1. Demonstrate a working
AK 1 - Demonstrates
Homework, lab experiments,
knowledge of introductory
ability to transfer learning quizzes and exams. In class/lab
electronic DC, AC, digital and in familiar and unfamiliar participation. In class/lab
solid state theory.
contexts in order to
participation assessed with lab
complete tasks.
scoring rubric.
2. Demonstrate competency in
AL 5 - Use technological
Lab experiments and special
operation of electronic test
tools to research new
projects to test knowledge of test
equipment including analog
information, solve
equipment. In class/lab participation
meters, digital multimeters
problems, and
assessed with lab scoring rubric.
(DMMs), power supplies,
communicate effectively.
logic probes, function
generators and oscilloscopes.
Demonstrate a working
AK 2 – Integrate previous Homework, lab
knowledge of introductory
and new learning, along
experiments/projects, and quizzes.
electronics circuits including
with practical skills, to
In class/lab participation assessed
loaded voltage dividers, filters, solve problems.
with lab scoring rubric.
power supplies and amplifiers. AL 3 - Internalizes and
assimilates information
into new situations.
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Intended Outcomes:
Demonstrate an understanding
of safety practices in the lab
and work place.
ISLO Key Indicators:
AL 1 - Understands and
accepts responsibility for
learning.
AK 5 - Demonstrates the
ability to adhere to
personal and industry
standard safety standards.
Assessment Methods:
Homework, lab experiments,
quizzes and exams. In class/lab
participation. In class/lab
participation assessed with lab
scoring rubric.
Typical Required and Recommended Text(s): Gates. Introduction to Electronics, 3nd ed. New
York: Glencoe Publishing, 2005.
Typical Required and Recommended Equipment and Materials: Mechanical pencil, Engineering
calculator, three-ring lab notebook.
Lab Requirements: Initial mastery or completion of the prescribed lab work.
Grading: Letter grade.
COURSE OUTLINE:
I.
II.
III.
IV.
Basic Concepts of Electricity
A. The Field of Electronics and Definition
B. States/Composition of Matter
C. Structure of the Atom
D. Conductors, Semiconductors and Insulators
E. Electrical Quantities
F. Electrical Circuit
Electrical Quantities and Components
A. Electrical Units and Abbreviations
B. Metric Prefixes
C. Conductor Characteristics
D. Resistors
E. Color Code
F. V, I and R Meter Measurements
G. Schematic Diagrams
H. Schematic Symbols
Ohm’s Law
A. Ohm’s Law V, I and R Relationship
B. Metric Prefixes and Powers of 10
C. Direction of Current Flow
D. Voltage and Polarity
E. DC and AC Sources
F. Work, Energy, and Power
G. Watt’s Power Formula
Series Circuits
A. Definition and Characteristics
B. Voltage in Series Circuits
C. Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law
D. Power
E. Effects of Opens and Shorts in Series
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V.
VI .
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
Parallel Circuits
A. Definition and Characteristics
B. Voltage
C. Current
D. Kirchhoff’s Current Law
E. Resistance in Parallel Circuits
F. Total Resistance Calculation Methods
G. Power in Parallel Circuits
Series-Parallel Circuits
A. Definition
B. Recognition and Analysis
C. Total Resistance in Series-Parallel
D. Current in Series Parallel
E. Voltage in Series Parallel
F. Power in Series Parallel
Cells and Batteries
A. Cell Chemical Action
B. Common Dry Cell
C. Dry Cell Operating Characteristics
D. Rechargeable (Secondary) Cells and Batteries
Magnetism and Electromagnetism
A. Background Information
B. Fundamental Laws, Rules, and Terms
C. Elemental Electromagnetism
D. Practical Applications
E. Magnetic Units, Terms, Symbols, and Formulas
F. Faraday=s Law and Lenz’s Law
DC Measuring Instruments
A. Voltmeters
B. Ohmmeters
C. VOMs, DMMs, and Other Related Devices
H. Digital Multimeter (DMM)
I. Troubleshooting Hints
Basic AC qualities
A. sine-wave signals
B. rate of change
C. period and frequency
D. phase relationships
E. current and voltage values
Test equipment
A. function generators
B. LCR meters
C. oscilloscopes
Inductance.
A. definition and description
B. self-inductance
C. factors that determine inductance
D. inductors
E. unit of inductance
F. L/R time constants
G. inductors in series and parallel
H. Inductive reactance
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I. inductive reactance formula
XIII. RL circuits
A.. circuit analysis techniques
B. series RL circuit analysis
C. parallel RL circuit analysis
D. practical applications of RL circuits
E. troubleshooting RL circuits.
XIV. Basic transformer characteristics
A. theory of operation
B. mutual inductance
C. transformer action
E. transformer ratios
F. transformer uses
XV. Capacitance
A. definition and description
B. charging/discharging action
C. the unit of capacitance
D. energy storage in an electrostatic field
E. factors affecting capacitance
F. capacitance formulas
G. total capacitance in series and parallel
H. voltage division in series capacitive circuits
I. RC time constant
J. types of capacitors
K. measuring capacitance
XVI. Capacitive reactance (Xc)
A. V and I phase relationships in purely capacitive circuits
B. mathematical relationships of capacitors to Xc
C. Xc formula
D. Xc in series and parallel circuits
E. Resistive and capacitive (RC) circuits
F. Applications
XVII. Resonance
A. capacitive and inductive reactance in relation to frequency
B. resonant frequency formula
C. series resonance characteristics and formulas
D. applications of resonant circuits
E. troubleshooting
F. Filters: Types and Applications
G. Troubleshooting filter circuits.
XVIII. Number Systems
A. Binary
B. Hexadecimal
C. Number conversions
D. Addition and subtraction in binary
XIX. Test equipment
A. Logic probes
B. DMM=s
C. Oscilloscopes
D. Logic analyzers
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XX. Logic Devices
A. AND, OR, NAND, NOR, NOT, XOR gates
A. Truth tables
B. Logic symbols
C. Implementation and testing
D. Data sheets
E. TTL and CMOS Families
F. Troubleshooting
XXI. Logic Circuits
A. Combinational logic
B. Boolean expressions
C. Troubleshooting
D. Latches and Flip Flops
XXII. Counters
A. Synchronous counters
B. Asynchronous counters
C. Troubleshooting
XXIII. Semiconductors
A. The Unbiased PN Diode
B. Biasing PN Diodes
XXIV. Diode Theory
A. Basic Operation
B Circuit Analysis
C. Data Sheets
XXV. Diode Circuits
A. Rectifier Circuits
1. Half-Wave Rectifier
2. Full-Wave Rectifier
3. Bridge Rectifier
XXVI. Special Purpose Diodes
A. Zener Diode
B. Optoelectronic Devices
C. LEDs
XXVII. Bipolar Transistors
A. Unbiased Transistors
B. Biased Transistors
C. Transistor Currents
D. The Transistor Switch
E. LED Drivers
F. Amplifiers
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RCC COURSE TITLE: EET101 Introduction to Electronics
Introduction to Electronics
CHECKLIST FOR YOUR RECORDS ONLY – DO NOT SEND TO RCC
Student Name
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Social Security Number
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Instructions to Instructor: Evaluate this student using performance objectives in the COLLEGE NOW
planned course statements. Check off as student completes each competency.
Competencies: This student has demonstrated the ability to:
Instructor
Date
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ELECTRICITY/ELECTRONICS SAFETY
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1.1 Personal safety precautions and procedures;
1.1A
Describe ten general safety precautions
1.1B
Demonstrate personal safety procedures
1.1C
Demonstrate understanding of shock hazards of working with electricity
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1.2 Equipment safety precautions and procedures:
1.2A
Define Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and its effects
1.2B
List ESD prevention equipment
1.2C
Demonstrate ESD prevention procedures
1.2D
List measurement safety precautions
1.2E
Demonstrate measurement safety procedures
1.2F
Demonstrate proper range settings for DMM measurements
1.2G
Demonstrate proper function settings for DMM measurements
1.2H
Define polarity and how it relates to measurements
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1.3
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Describe and demonstrate hand tool safety precautions and procedures
1.4 Shop safety equipment
1.4A
Locate and explain how to use basic first aid supplies
1.4B
Locate and explain how to use fire control systems
1.4C
Locate and explain the importance of ventilation systems
2.
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY
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2.1
2.2
Describe the basic structure of the atom
List the two basic particles of electric charge
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2.3 Define and give examples of:
2.3A
Conductors
2.3B
Insulators
2.3C
Semiconductors
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2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
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Define voltage and its unit of measurement
Define current and its unit of measurement
Define resistance and its unit of measurement
Define electric circuit and list characteristics
Define difference between electron flow and conventional current
Describe difference between direct (DC) and alternating current (AC)
2.10 Define polarity and how it relates to measurements
2.10 Define power in resistive circuits
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RCC COURSE TITLE: EET101 Introduction to Electronics
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ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS
3.1 Resistors
3.1A
Define resistor
3.1B
Explain the basic functions of a resistor
3.1C
List three different types of resistors
3.1D
Interpret resistor color code to determine resistance
3.1E
Define a potentiometer and explain its function
3.1F
Draw the schematic symbol for a resistor
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3.2 Capacitors
3.2A
Define capacitor
3.2B
Explain the basic functions of a capacitor
3.2C
List three different types of capacitors
3.2D
Draw the schematic symbol for a capacitor
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3.3 Inductors
3.3A
Define inductor
3.3B
Explain the basic functions of inductors
3.3C
List two different types of inductors
3.3D
Draw the schematic symbol for an inductor
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ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS
4.1 Multimeters
4.1A
Define multimeter
4.1B
Explain difference between analog and digital multimeters
4.1C
Measure resistance with a multimeter
4.1D
Measure voltage with a multimeter
4.1E
Measure current with a multimeter
4.1F
Demonstrate safety procedures when using multimeters
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4.2 Oscilloscopes
4.2A
Explain the basic function of an oscilloscope
4.2B
Demonstrate measurement of an AC signal using an oscilloscope
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
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SERIES AND PARALLEL CIRCUITS
6.1 Series Circuits
6.1A
Define series circuit
6.1B
Determine total resistance in a series circuit
6.1C
Determine resistor voltage drop in a series circuit
6.1D
Calculate total power dissipated in a series circuit
6.1E
Solve for voltage, current, resistance, and power in a series circuit
6.1F
List characteristics of series circuits for voltage, current, and resistance
6.1G
Calculate total capacitance for capacitors in a series circuit
6.1H
Calculate total inductance for inductors in a series circuit
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6.2 Parallel Circuits
6.2A
Define parallel circuit
6.2B
Determine total resistance in a parallel circuit
6.2C
Determine resistor voltage drop in a parallel circuit
6.2D
Calculate total power dissipated in a parallel circuit
OHM'S LAW AND WATT'S POWER FORMULA
Define and explain Ohm's Law
List the three forms of Ohm's Law
Use Ohm's law to calculate current, voltage, or resistance in a circuit
Define Watt's Power Formula
Use Watt's Power Formula to calculate power in watts
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6.2F
6.2G
6.2H
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7.1
7.2
7.3
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Solve for voltage, current, resistance, and power in a parallel circuit
List characteristics of parallel circuits for voltage, current, and resistance
Calculate total capacitance for capacitors in a parallel circuit
Calculate total inductance for inductors in a parallel circuit
ALTERNATING CURRENT (AC) FUNDAMENTALS
Define alternating current (AC)
Calculate average and RMS AC values
Explain how sine waves are generated
Draw a sine wave and indicate amplitude and time measurements
Calculate the frequency of a sine wave given the period
Calculate the period of a sine wave given the frequency
Define reactance
Calculate capacitive reactance
Calculate inductive reactance
Define resonance
Calculate resonant frequency given L and C
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10. DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
10.1
Binary Number System
10.1A Demonstrate ability to count in binary number system
10.1B Demonstrate ability to count in hexadecimal number systems
10.1C Convert binary and hexadecimal numbers to decimal
10.1D Convert decimal to binary and hexadecimal
10.1E Demonstrate an understanding of BCD code
10.1F Demonstrate an understanding of ASCII code
10.1G Add binary numbers
10.1H Subtract binary numbers using two's complement
10.2
Logic gates
10.2A Describe the operation, draw the logic symbols, and construct truth tables
for the following logic gates:
10.2A1 Inverter
10.2A2 AND
10.2A3 OR
10.2A4 NAND
10.2A5 NOR
10.2A6 XOR
10.2A7 XNOR
10.2B Demonstrate ability to use Data Book to find pin-outs for TTL IC's
10.2C Build and test TTL devices as to their truth table
10.2D Demonstrate ability to draw and interpret logic diagrams
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11. TROUBLESHOOTING SYSTEMS
11.1
Troubleshooting Techniques
11.1A Demonstrate familiarization with system to be repaired
11.1B Demonstrate ability to recognize symptoms of specific problems
11.1C Demonstrate ability to locate faulty section
11.1D Demonstrate ability to locate faulty component
11.1E Demonstrate ability to repair system
11.1F Demonstrate ability to test system using diagnostics
11.1G Demonstrate proper documentation skills throughout repair process
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