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This course will adequately review the electronics content of CAPE Physics with extensions into slightly more advanced topics. Students will be introduced to basic concepts in analog and digital electronics, basic semiconductor theory, and analog communication systems (AM, FM, and PM). This course is required for all electronics engineering students and electronics majors and minors. The lab component for this course is offered as a separate teaching lab course (ELET1405).
One 2-hour theory examination paper 60%
Two 1-hour in-course tests (2 x 20%) 40%
The main objective of this course is to introduce students the basic theories of Electronics and its application to the design and analysis of basic analog, digital and semiconductor circuits.
After completing this course, students should be able tgn and evaluate operational amplifier circuits for applications to AC and DC amplification, first order filters, adders, integrators, and differentiators.
Boylestad and Nashelsky; Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory; Pearson Publication, 2009.
Thomas Floyd; Digital Electronics; 9th Ed, Pearson Publication, 2008
“Introduction to Electronics” – by Earl Gates; Delmar Cengage Learning; 5th Edition; May 24, 2006