Electronic Circuits II
Course Description: Analysis and design of electronic circuits; biasing of and small-signal models for transistors; frequency response of amplifiers; feedback and stability aspects of amplifier design; OPAMPs; active filters; oscillators; IC specification and selection.
Prerequisites: Either (a) EECE 254 and one of EECE 253, EECE 263; or (b) EECE 202.
Current Section: 201 (2011 Winter).
Instructor (Office): Dr. Edmond Cretu (Kaiser 3063).
Lecture Times: 12pm-1pm Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Office hours: 1pm-3pm on Wednesday, or by appointment
Class Room: MCLD 228.
Text: Course notes (handed out in class).
Office hours: Wednesday, 1pm-3pm (Kaiser 3063)
Reference: A. Sedra and K. Smith, “Microelectronic Circuits,” 5th edition or later.
Announcements: Made at the beginning of class.
Available Spice simulators for students:
- In the lab: National Instruments Multisim - http://www.ni.com/multisim
- For home use: