ELEC 103A Electronics III: Intermediate Analog Circuits and Measurements (2.5)

Lec-35, Lab-35

Credit, Degree Applicable

This course is an introduction to modern analog electronic circuits, including field effect transistor basics, analog amplifiers, and operational amplifiers.

CSU

Offered Spring semesters

After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

- Outcome 1: Summarize field effect transistor characteristics
- Outcome 2: Differentiate field effect transistor types
- Outcome 3: Construct and analyze various field effect transistor amplifiers
- Outcome 4: Formulate a test procedure to measure the gain of field effect transistors amplifiers
- Outcome 5: Construct and analyze audio amplifiers.
- Outcome 6: Formulate a test procedure to measure the gain analog amplifiers
- Outcome 7: Compare and contrast amplifier classes
- Outcome 8: Construct operational amplifier configurations
- Outcome 9: Formulate a test procedure to analyze operational amplifier configurations
- Outcome 10: Formulate a test procedure to measure operational amplifier components
- Outcome 11: Construct an operational amplifier AM radio
- Outcome 12: Formulate a test procedure to analyze an operational amplifier AM radio
- Outcome 13: Construct an operational amplifier digital to analog converter
- Outcome 14: Formulate a test procedure to analyze an operational amplifier digital to analog converter
- Outcome 15: Construct various simple electronic project kits
- Outcome 16: Formulate a test procedure to analyze simple electronic projects and verify how they work
- Outcome 17: Integrate the multi-meter, oscilloscope, LRC Meter, sweep generator and other instruments into the construction and analysis of electronic circuits

Find more details on this course in its official Course Outline of Record