COURSE SYLLABUS Course Number: Elc 102 Lab Title: Electronics I Laboratory Department/Program: ECCE School: SOSE Semester: Second School Year: 2006-2007 Instructor: Engr. Maria Leonora C. Guico A. Course Description: This course is the laboratory component of Elc102: Electronics I course. It provides hands-on activities covering electronic circuit devices and models as well as the principles of semiconductor devices. It aims to develop a basic understanding of the characteristics of p-n diodes, bipolar junction transistors and apply them to diode and transistor circuits. B. Course Objectives: 1. Augment the Electronics I course lectures on electronic devices. 2. Observe the characteristics of diodes and transistors. 3. Be skilled at circuit assembly and in using different test equipment. C. Outline: Laboratory Activities on Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory Activity 1 : Diode Circuit Laboratory Activity 2 : Diode Clippers Laboratory Activity 3 : Half-Wave Rectifier Laboratory Activity 4 : Full-Wave Rectifier Laboratory Activity 5 : Transistor Junctions are Diodes/ Transistor Current Gain Laboratory Activity 6 : Emitter Follower Laboratory Activity 7 : Input Impedance and Output Impedance Laboratory Activity 8 : Common Emitter Amplifier Laboratory Activity 9 : Transistor Biasing with DC Feedback Laboratory Activity 10: Transistor Switch Project - Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Weeks 11-12 D. Required Readings (Text/References): 1. Boylestad R., Nashelsky, L., “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory” 5 th edition: Prentice Hall, 1992 E. Suggested Readings: Bogart T. Jr., “Electronic Devices and Circuits” 3 rd edition: Merrill, 1993 F. Course Requirements: Laboratory Grade consists of the following: Lab Activities and Reports - 70% Project - 30% G. Grading System: (Refer to Elc 102 Lecture syllabus) H. Classroom Policies: 1. Students should read the lab activities ahead of class time. 2. Late class work submitted will be deducted 10% (of the total points) per day of non-submission. 3. Those who are absent on a lab period automatically get a grade of zero for the lab activity(ies) done during that day. 4. Observe the major guidelines for using the Electronics Laboratory . I. Consultation Hours (CTC Room 314C) M and F 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. T-Th By appointment J. Academic Integrity / Dishonesty Consistent with Section 15 item 2 of the Education Act of 1982 on Students’ Responsibilities, students are expected to uphold the academic integrity of the University, endeavor to achieve academic excellence and abide by the rules and regulations governing their academic responsibilities and moral integrity. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, cheating, plagiarizing, having unauthorized possession of examinations, submitting work of another person or work previously used without informing the instructor, or tampering with the academic work of other students. Those who are caught committing acts of academic dishonesty automatically get a zero for that particular course work.