Course outline - Department of ECE

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Concordia University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Fall 2015-16: Course outline (tentative)
ELEC 311/4-H: Electronics I
Instructor:
Dr. M. Z. Kabir
Office S-EV 16.183;
E-mail: [email protected]; http://www.ece.concordia.ca/~kabir
Office hours: Tuesday 2 – 4 p.m.
Lectures:
Tuesday and Thursday, 10:15-11:30 a.m., FG-B040
Text:
(1) A.S. Sedra and K.C. Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, 7th edition (Publisher: Oxford
University Press, ISBN: 978-0-19-933913-6)
Web site:
http://www.encs.concordia.ca/~kabir/ELEC311.htm
1. Calendar description:
Prerequisite: ELEC273. Diodes: terminal characteristics of junction diodes; analysis of diode circuits;
the small signal model and its application; operation in the reverse-breakdown region — Zener diodes;
rectifiers, limiting and clamping circuits. Principle of signal amplification: small signal models;
linearity; loading effects; cascaded amplifiers. MOSFETs: structure and physical operation; currentvoltage characteristics; MOSFET as switch, DC analysis; biasing considerations; small signal analysis,
models and parameters; three basic configurations: common gate, common source, common drain, or
amplification. Overview of BJT circuits: structure and physical operation of BJT; DC analysis; biasing
considerations: small signal analysis and parameters; basic configurations for amplification. PSPICE:
laboratory pre-labs and extensive simulation exercises. Lectures: three hours per week. Tutorial: two
hours per week. Laboratory: 15 hours total.
2. Course objectives:
To study and understand the principles and behaviors of electronic circuits based on few fundamental electronic
devices (diodes, MOS and BJT) used in electronics systems.
3. Course learning outcomes (CLOs):
On successful completion of the course the students are expected to be able to:
1. Understand the operating principles of basic electronic devices, such as (i) a junction diode, (ii) a bipolar
junction transistor (BJT), and (iii) a metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET).
2. Analyze the operation of a given electronic circuit using equivalent circuit models of its components.
3. Acquire knowledge about the operations and applications of junction diodes in electronic circuits (e.g.,
rectifiers, regulated power suppliers) through analysis and problem solving.
4. Acquire knowledge about the operations and characteristics of basic single stage electronic amplifiers
using Bipolar Junction Transistors through analysis and problem solving.
5. Acquire knowledge about the operations and characteristics of basic single stage electronic amplifiers and
switching operation using MOSFETs through analysis and problem solving.
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6. Demonstrate the ability to use appropriate tools, techniques and resources to experiment with simple
electronic circuits.
7. Develop the ability to work cooperatively in a team set up with intellectual and leadership contributions.
4. Graduate Attributes:
This courses identifies and assesses the following CEAB (Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board)
graduate attributes and indicators.
Graduate Attribute
KB- A knowledge base for engineering
Demonstrated competence in university
level mathematics, natural sciences,
engineering fundamentals, and specialized
engineering knowledge appropriate to the
program
PA- Problem Analysis
An ability to use appropriate knowledge and
skills to identify, analyze, and solve
complex engineering problems in order to
reach substantiated conclusions.
UET- Use of engineering tools
An ability to create, select, apply, adapt, and
extend appropriate techniques, resources,
and modern engineering tools to a range of
engineering activities, from simple to
complex, with an understanding of the
associated limitations.
ITW- Individual and team work
An ability to work effectively as a member
and leader in teams, preferably in a multidisciplinary setting.
Indicator
KB-3: Knowledge base in a
specific domain (ELEC and
COEN)
Level
Intermediate
CLO
1,3,4,5
PA-1: Problem identification and
formulation
PA-2: Modeling
PA-3: Problem solving
Intermediate
2,3,4,5
UET-1: Ability to use
appropriate tools, techniques,
and resources
UET-2: Ability to select
appropriate tools, techniques,
and resources
Intermediate
ITW-1: Cooperation and work
ethics
ITW-2: Practical and conceptual
contributions
Intermediate
Intermediate
Intermediate
6
Intermediate
7
Intermediate
KB-3 and PA-1,2,3 will be assessed using student performances in the final exam. UET-1,2 will be
assessed through laboratory tests and ITW-1,2 will be assessed through a group assignment.
5. Course work schedule:
1. Basic amplifier models and related calculations. Symbols conventions for amplifiers, and signals
(3-4 lectures). (Reading suggestion: Text book, Ch.1 sections 1.1 to 1.5)
2. Diodes: Various electrical and equation models. Physical operation. Rectifying and Zener diodes.
Some applications (6-7 lectures).( Reading suggestion: Ch.4, sections 4.1 to 4.6)
3. BJT devices: Operating principle. Current-Voltage characteristics. DC (large signal) model. DC
biasing. AC (small signal) model. Single stage signal amplifier circuits and related calculations (78 lectures). (Reading suggestion: Ch. 6&7, sections 6.1 to 6.3 and 7.2-7.5)
4. MOSFET devices: Operating principle. Current-Voltage characteristics. DC (large signal) model.
DC biasing. AC (small signal) model. Single stage signal amplifier circuits and related calculations
(6 lectures). (Reading suggestion: Ch. 5&7, sections 5.1, 5.2, and 7.2-7.5)
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6. Grading Scheme
Lab (compulsory)
Assignments and Quizzes (2 quizzes)
Midterm (close book)
Final exam (close book)
25 % (UET-1,2)
10 %
15 %
50 % (KB-3, PA-1,2,3)
Laboratory:
(a) Performance of experiments and lab report, 10%
(b) Laboratory test and oral test, 10%
(c) Attendance and test on Pspice, 5%
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Labs start from Monday, January 11, 2016.
Attending and passing laboratory session is compulsory. The pass mark in lab is 50%. The
student will fail the course if he or she fails in labs. Students will have to complete work in the
Laboratory and write laboratory reports. There will be practical lab exams and quizzes.
Everyone who has registered this term has to complete the laboratory session. Previous lab grade
is not transferable.
Quiz:
 The quizzes will take place during the tutorial sessions. There will be 2 quizzes, which take place
in January/February (first Quiz) and March/April (2nd Quiz). Duration for each one is 30
minutes. Quizzes will be closed book (no books, no notes).
Midterm:
 The midterm will be held on March 01, 2015. The syllabus for midterm test will be provided
on the course website. The midterm exam will be closed book (no crib sheet).
Final:
 The final exam will be closed book (no crib sheet).
7. Assignment and Tutorial Problems:
Tutorial Problems:
Monday HA, 2:45 - 4:15 p.m., H-544
Days
15 Jan
18 Jan
22 Jan
25 Jan
29 Jan
Quiz 1
1 Feb
Quiz 1
5 Feb
8 Feb
Friday, HB, 2:45 - 4:15 p.m., H-537
1.3, 1.6, 1.14, 1.16(b), 1.41
1.3, 1.6, 1.14, 1.16(b), 1.41
1.46,1.55, E1.20, 4.11, 4.23,
1.46,1.55, E1.20, 4.11, 4.23,
4.28, E4.5, E4.10, 4.36, 4.48
4.28, E4.5, E4.10, 4.36, 4.48
E4.11, 4.50, E4.15, E4.18, E4.21
E4.11, 4.50, E4.15, E4.18, E4.21
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12 Feb
15 Feb
19 Feb
29 Feb
4 Mar
7 Mar
11 Mar
14 Mar
18 Mar
21 mar
1 Apr
Quiz 2
4 Apr
Quiz 2
8 Apr
11 Apr
4.63, 4.70, 4.72, 4.77, E4.23, E4.26
4.63, 4.70, 4.72, 4.77, E4.23, E4.26
E6.3, E6.13,E6.14, E6.18, 6.29(a & c),
E6.3, E6.13,E6.14, E6.18, 6.29(a &
c),
6.35(a&c), E6.25, 6.54, E5.8, E5.10,
6.35(a&c), E6.25, 6.54, E5.8, E5.10,
E5.13, 5.23, 5.50, E7.36, 7.106
E5.13, 5.23, 5.50, E7.36, 7.106
E7.16, E7.22, E7.24, 7.53, 7.54
E7.16, E7.22, E7.24, 7.53, 7.54
7.8, 7.98, E7.2, E7.21, E7.23,
7.8, 7.98, E7.2, E7.21, E7.23,
7.31,7.33, 7.66, 7.77
7.31,7.33, 7.66, 7.77
Assignments: There will be 4 assignments and one group assignments. The assignments will be
posted on the course website.
Deadlines for Assignments
Assignments
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Assignment 3
Assignment 4
Group assignment
Deadlines
Jan. 28, 2016
March 01, 2016
March 22, 2016
April 5, 2016
April 12, 2016
8. Tutorial session:
Tutorial will start from Friday, January 15, 2015.
Tut HA
Monday
2:45-4:15
Tut HB
Friday
2:45-4:15
H-544
H-537
There is a 90 minutes tutorial class per week for this course. The tutorial class will give students one-toone interaction with the tutor. The tutor will help the students to understand the concepts and ways to
solve textbook problems. Although some practice problems are selected for discussions in the tutorial
class, students can get help for other problems or concepts covered in this course.
Tutor:
Arnab, Salman Moazzem, (e-mail: [email protected])
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9. Expectations of originality and Professionalism:
It is imperative that students develop proper morale, ethics, and attitude in the classroom, tutorials, and
laboratories. It is vital that students do not talk or make other noise during lectures.
Cheating is a serious offence. You must abide by the Academic Code of Conduct as described in the
University Calendar. Any suspected violation of the Code will be reported to the Associate Dean for
investigation. Penalties can be as severe as dismissal from the University.
Please pay attention to academic integrity. Plagiarism is a common form of academic misconduct. There
are many other forms of academic misconducts. Please consult Concordia Website for detailed
descriptions of academic misconducts.
http://www.concordia.ca/students/academic-integrity.html
1. Submit the expectations of originality form with your signature, full name, ID #, and date
and attach with your first assignment.
2. Write “I certify that this submission is my original work and meets the faculty’s Expectations
of originality” with your signature, full name, ID #, and date in all other assignments.
10. ELEC 311 lab schedule and related information
Lab location - H855
Total Number of experiments - 5
Lab starts - Monday, January 11, 2015;
Make-up: Make-up sessions will be held when 5 lab sessions have been finished. That would start on…..
Lab exam –The lab exam will be held tentatively during, 2015. We may schedule the lab tests early if no
make-up sessions are needed by the students. This exam, which will test your laboratory
skills, will last 60 minutes. The location for this test is H855 and it would be held at the same
time as your regular lab session. You need to assemble a circuit, do the measurement and
show the result to your examiner. The examiner needs to see the result on the equipment
(such as oscilloscope, DMM, and assembly of the circuit). Lab manual is allowed but not the
lab reports. If you fail to get the desired result, you may ask for help but will lose a few points
depending on the nature of your mistake. Oral questions will be asked.
Lab cancellations: 1.
Monday, March 28, 2015 (Holiday)
Lab Schedule:
HI & HJ- Monday 5:45-8:30 p.m.
HL & HK-Tuesday 5:45-8:30 p.m.
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List of Lab demonstrators:
HI & HJZarin, Nagina ([email protected])
HL & HK- Saleheen, Md Mesbahus ([email protected])
Lab Coordinator: Dmitry Rozhdestvenskiy (Ext. 3106); Email- [email protected]
LAB Manuals: http://users.encs.concordia.ca/~dmitry/
Note – Your lab-report should be your original document which would be due one week after the lab
work.
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