The course provides basic knowledge about Electronics, from passive to active devices, from fundamental to intermediate level circuits. Simulation tools will be used in conjunction with theory, so that student can quickly adopt theory leant into circuit simulation. The simulation result then is applied to real circuit implementation in class projects for hands-on experience and training. Circuit types includes filters, transistor-based amplifier, op-amp based amplifier, voltage source, current source, instrumentation amplifier. Practical building blocks of real circuits like transistor switch, solid-state relay, electromechanical relay, rectifier, direct current (DC)-DC converter, low drop-out (LDO) regulators, battery charger, protection circuit will be analyzed with focus on key parameters that engineer should consider while building an electronics circuit. Students are expected to build and measure their own working printed circuit board (PCB) as assignments. Course

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Spring 23


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