# Syllabus - ENGR-SIPI

```Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute
Pre-Engineering Program
Electronics I Lab
Syllabus
1. Course/Lab Information:
Course Number: ENGR 213/213L
Course Title: Electronics I /Lab
Credit Hours: 3/1
Lab Description:
This Electronics I Lab, for ENGR 213, will introduce students to advanced electrical
elements and provide practical applications for the semiconductor theory learned during
the lecture. Students will learn to design and test digital gates, flip-flops, memory
circuits, circuits employing operational amplifiers and analog-to-digital and digital-toanalog converters along with other elements such as bipolar and field-effect transistors
and diodes. This lab not only provides needed hands on experience, but also emphasizes
the development of troubleshooting skills using elementary circuit analysis methods.
Prerequisite(s): ENGR 212/212L
Co-requisite(s): ENGR 213L
2. Course/Lab Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
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Demonstrate capability to execute Laplace transforms and inverse transforms;
Apply transform techniques to simple circuits using transform of differential equation;
Develop method of establishing s-domain equivalent circuits;
Use elementary circuit analysis method to solve problem;
Apply s-domain techniques to general circuit analysis techniques (mesh, node, etc.);
Use network functions to analyze circuit behavior;
Display circuit performance using generic test signals in combination with network
functions;
Describe circuit steady-state response over a range of frequencies using network
functions and Bode diagrams;
waveforms;
Design filter circuits using transfer functions;
Analyze and design transformer circuits;
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Calculate the complex power in a sinusoidal steady-state;
3. Instructional Units:
1. Laplace Transforms
2. S-Domain Circuit Analysis
3. Network Functions
4. Frequency Response
5. Fourier Series
6. Active Filter Design
7. Mutual Inductance
8. Power in the Sinusoidal Steady-State
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Electronics I
Syllabus Fact Sheet
1. Course Information:
Course Number: ENGR 213/213L
Course Title: Electronics I/Lab
Credit Hours: 3/1
2. Course Instructor:
Instructor: B. Dean Pershall
Office Location: Science and Technology Building, Room 247
Office Hours: Please check my office door for office schedule
Telephone Number: (505) 346-7737
Email: [email protected]
3. Course Specifics:
Textbook: Microelectronic Circuits, 5th Edition, Adel S. Sedra and Kenneth C. Smith,
Oxford University Press, 2004. Various supplemental handouts are also used.
Supplies & Equipment:
Equipment needed are as follows:
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HP 54603B Oscilloscope
BK Precision 4040A (20MHz sweep) Function Generator
Agilent 33120A Function Generator
Agilent 34401A Digital Multi-meter
Agilent E3631A Power Supply
ELVIS
Digital IC tester Model #AR-6000
Z meter (Sencore)
Capacitors/ Inductors (various)
Supplies and electric components will be provided by SIPI.
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Evaluations:
Chapter homework is assigned to provide practical experience in applying the concepts
presented during lecture. Four quizzes consisting of problems taken from the homework will
be given throughout the course to evaluate the student’s level of comprehension. There will
be two major evaluations during the trimester, one at mid-term and another at the end of the
trimester (final exam). A minimum of 3 days notice will be given for quizzes and exams. All
quizzes and exams, unless otherwise announced, will be closed book/closed notes. A note
sheet and an equation sheet (NO HOMEWORK) will be allowed for use during quizzes and
exams.
The Total Final Grade is computed on the following basis:
Attendance: 5%
Homework: 15%
Quizzes: 30%
Mid-Term Exam: 25%
Final Exam: 25%
A - 90 - 100
B - 80 - 89
C - 70 - 79
D - 60 - 69
F - 59 and under
A grade of “C” or better is required for passing Electronics I.
Students earning a grade of “D” or less are required to repeat the course.
Make-Up Policy:
Quizzes and exams must be taken within a week of the scheduled date.
Late quizzes, exams, or homework will be assigned a 5-point penalty.
Class Attendance Policy:
The formal attendance policy is defined in the Student Handbook. Students are allowed five
(5) hours of unexcused absences for both ENGR 213 and ENGR 213L. Any student
exceeding this limit will be disenrolled according to the aforementioned policy.
Course/Instructor Expectations:
This course is comprised of textbook information as well as classroom notes. Students are
expected to come to class prepared. It is imperative that students do the assigned reading and
homework. Attendance is important for success in this course and will be monitored closely.
School sponsored activities will be an excused absence if the instructor is notified prior to the
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absence. It is the student’s responsibility to complete assignments either prior to the absence
or within a predetermined time as agreed to by the instructor. Any student who displays
chronic tardiness or absence will be disenrolled from this course. Please turn off all cell
phones prior to entering the class or lab.
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities:
Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation
Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Students who require academic
accommodations due to any physical, psychological, or learning disability should request
assistance from the Disability Services Coordinator within the first two weeks of class.
Similarly, students who access campus facilities and potentially require emergency medical
attention due to any chronic health condition are encouraged to disclose this information to
the Disability Services Coordinator within the first two weeks of class.
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Homework Assignments:
Show All Solutions in Detail!!
Chapter 9
Pages 439 – 443: Problems
Chapter 10
Page 487 – 493: Problems
Chapter 11
Page 545 – 550: Problems
Chapter 12
Page 609 – 614: Problems
Chapter 13
Page 644 – 648: Problems
Chapter 14
Page 695 – 698: Problems
Chapter 15
Page 722 – 725: Problems
Chapter 16
Page 759 – 762: Problems
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Lab Experiments:
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Special Remarks:
Please keep your Lab area clean and neat, and return all parts to their appropriate area
upon completion of each lab exercise.
Please keep your Theory Textbook clean and in good repair for the other students who
come after you.
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