# Template for Self-Study Report - 2011-12

SYLLABUS FOR ELCT 371
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
CREDITS/CONTACT HOURS: Credits: 3, Contact Hours: 35
COORDINATOR:
Dr. Goutam Koley
TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER REQUIRED MATERIAL:
Allan R. Hambley, 2nd Edition, “Getting Started in Electronics” Prentice Hall 2000.
ISBN: 0136919820
SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS:
Class Notes
CATALOG DATA:
(Prerequisite: CSCE 211, ELCT 222). One hour 15 minutes lecture. Introduction to
Analog Circuit Design and Analysis.
REQUIRED/ELECTIVE:
Required
TOPICS COVERED:
 Introduction to electronics: generic amplifier model, basic definitions; decibel
notations; trans-conductance amplifiers, differential amplifier basics
 Operational amplifiers: summing-point constraint, inverting and non-inverting
amplifiers, and Schmitt trigger. Design of simple amplifiers, op amp limitations, gain,
bandwidth, open-loop and closed loop gain, open and closed loop break frequencies.
Op amp frequency limitations, large signal operations, slew-rate, and full-power
bandwidth.
 Diodes and diode circuits characteristics, load-line analysis, and rectifier
circuits: The ideal diode model and circuits consisting of ideal diodes. Voltage
regulator circuit design. Linear small-signal equivalent circuits, Shockley equation,
dynamic resistance, and voltage controlled attenuator.
 Bipolar junction transistors (BJT): Basic operation, currents and voltages,
definition of parameters, equation for currents as function of device parameters. Load
line analysis, distortion, large signal DC circuit models. BJT Biasing circuits. BJT
small-signal equivalent circuit. The common-emitter amplifier. The Emitter Follower.
 Field-effect transistors (FET): NMOS transistors, regions of operation, current and
voltage definitions. Load line analysis of NMOS amplifier. Bias Circuits. Small-signal
equivalent circuit. The common source amplifier. The source follower and other FETs.
 Frequency response of amplifiers: Bode plots, the FET common source amplifier at
high frequencies. The Miller effect, its application to FET amplifiers, and the hybrid pi
model for the BJT. Common emitter amplifiers and emitter followers at high
frequencies.
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COURSE OUTCOMES:
1. Demonstrate ability to design, analyze, simulate the performance of basic analog
circuits (a, k)
2. Demonstrate a broad understanding of the applications of analog circuits in
modern technological solutions (h, j)
3. Communicate effectively in the language of electronic systems, including correct
understanding and use of technical terms (g, k)
4. Demonstrate an understanding of professional and ethical issues that arise in
engineering practice (f)
Relation of course outcomes to program outcomes:
H = major importance, M = moderate importance, L = minor importance, blank indicates no relation
Program Outcomes
1
an ability to apply knowledge of math,
science and eng. (a)
an ability to function on multidisciplinary
teams (d)
an understanding of professional and
ethical responsibility (f)
an ability to communicate effectively (g)
understand the impact of engineering
solutions (h)
a recognition of the need for, and an
ability to engage in life-long learning (i)
a knowledge of contemporary issues (j)
an ability to use the techniques, skills, and
modern eng. tool necessary (k)
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3
4
H
M
M
H
M
M
H
H
ASSESSMENT METHODS:
1. Exams: Midterms (2) and Final
2. Homeworks (6)
3. Quizzes (4 - 5)
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