ECE 312: Analog Electronics
Prerequisite: ECE 202 and 311; For CPE/ECE majors only
General Education requirement: Natural Science Technology
Fundamental concepts of analog electronics and the application of these concepts to the design of analog circuits (both discrete and integrated). Among the topics covered are the fundamentals of operational amplifiers, small-signal modeling and linear amplification, single-transistor amplifiers, and multistage amplifiers. Also covered are frequency response, feedback, stability, and oscillators. Focus is on the design of analog circuits through solving design-oriented problems and the design, implementation, and testing of analog circuits by means of computer simulation software. This course has an integrated laboratory.
Section 01L2: Undergraduate Laboratory
Location: Science & Engr 220
Section 01L1: Undergraduate Laboratory
Location: Science & Engr 219