Electronic Circuits University of Tsukuba
Following “Electrical Circuits”, this course introduces the fundamentals of electronic circuits, their components, and their analysis. Topics covered are: circuit abstraction method, two terminal elements, Kirchhoff laws, circuit analysis methods, digital abstraction, MOSFET switch, MOSFET amplifier, energy storage elements, operational amplifiers circuit and analysis, and diodes and semiconductors.
This course introduces the following: * fundamentals of electronic circuits * components of electronic circuits * analysis of electronic circuits * introduction to amplifiers * instrumentation amplifiers * basic exercises in electronic circuits At the end of the course, students are expected to be able to design and analyze a basic analog electronic circuit.
Related to 4. Skills in the field of Micro Engineering and Nanoscience, and 5. Skills in the field of Macro Engineering and Systems Engineering.
FJ25101 Electrical Circuit
Based on report (20%) and exam (Mid-term 35%, Final 45%).
1. Electronic circuit elements: abstraction and two terminal elements 2. Diodes: Semiconductor diode characteristics, analysis of diode circuits 3. Transistor: Transistor characteristics, analysis of transistor circuits (amplifier) 4. Transistor: Transistor characteristics, analysis of transistor circuits (biasing) 5. Basic concept of electronic circuits (feedback, resonance) 6. Operational amplifier: Characteristics, analysis of op-amp circuits (amplifier) 7. Operational amplifier: Characteristics, analysis of op-amp circuits (filtering) 8. Operational amplifier: Characteristics, analysis of op-amp circuits (application circuit) 9, 10. MOSFET switch, MOSFET amplifier, energy storage elements
Online Course Requirement
Maeda Yuka,Hassan Modar
The knowledge build up in this course is accumulative. Therefore students are encouraged not to miss classes, in order to keep up with the following classes.
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