EGR 235 : Electronic Theory I

Studies in the theory of semiconductor diodes; bipolar and field effect transistors, including biasing; classes of amplified operation; methods of analysis and design to include Miller's theorem; hybrid parameters; and frequency effects are the focus of this course. Three lecture hours and three laboratory hours per week. Fall

Prerequisites

  1. Design and evaluate the operation of analog & digital circuits that include semiconductor diodes; bipolar and field effect transistors including biasing; classes of amplified operation.
  2. Analyze and design analog & digital circuits using Miller's theorem, hybrid parameters and frequency effects.
  3. Troubleshooting analog & digital circuits.
  4. Model and evaluate analog & digital circuits using Computer Simulation Software.

Overview

Subject

Credits

4
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