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Electronics II

Course Code:

EE-221

Semester:

Spring 2011

Credit Hours:

3+1

Prerequisite Codes:

EE-216 Electronics I

Instructor:

Dr. Awais M. Kamboh

Discipline:

 

Office:

Room #214

Telephone:

+92 (0)51 9085 2119

Lecture Days:

Tu,W,Th (Labs M)

E-mail:

awais.kamboh@seecs.edu.pk

Class Room:

CR-1, Advanced Electronics Lab

Consulting Hours:

1000 to 1200 hrs or by Appt.

Knowledge Group:

Electronics

Updates on LMS:

Several Times a Week

 

Course Description:

 

This is the second course in the sequence of the two courses on microelectronic circuits. The objective of this course is to provide the students an insight into analysis and design of electronic circuits that find extensive application in such fields as computers, control systems, digital instrumentation, communications, radar etc.The course begins with an introduction to single-stage IC amplifiers and continues with differential and multistage amplifiers, in both their bipolar and MOSFET forms followed by various output stages. Frequency response of amplifiers is studied next. Feedback analysis with focus on practical circuit applications of negative feedback and stability problems in feedback amplifiers are also presented. The dc and small-signal analyses of the operational amplifier and output stages are also covered in the course.

 

The course will enable students to analyze and design analog circuits of practical importance. The course will also prepare students to undertake advanced microelectronics courses.

 

Course Outcomes/Objectives:

 

By the end of the course the students will be able to

         Describe behavior of BJT and MOS based complex circuits.

         Analyze the high frequency response of the circuits.

         Design high performance circuits based on several new concepts learned in this course

         Undertake graduate level courses in circuit design

         Use PSpice to simulate and design circuits

 

Books:

Text Book:

Microelectronic Circuits by Adel S.Sedra & Kenneth C.Smith 5th Edition

 

Reference Books:

Fundamentals of Microelectronics by Behzad Razavi

Electronic Devices by Floyd, Sixth Edition.

 

 

S/No.

Lecture Topics

 

1

Introduction

 

2

Electronics I Review

 

3

Cascode Stages

 

4

BJT Current Mirrors

 

5

MOS Current Mirrors

 

6

Differential Amplifiers

 

7

BJT Differential Pair

 

8

MOS Differential Pair

 

9

Differential Pair with Active Load

 

10

Frequency Response

 

11

Association of Poles / Zeros

 

12

Millerís Theorem

 

13

High Frequency model of BJT

 

14

High Frequency model of MOS

 

15

Common Emitter / Common Source

 

16

Common Base / Common Gate

 

17

Emitter Follower / Source Follower

 

18

Feedback

 

19

Properties of Negative Feedback

 

20

Basic Feedback Topologies

 

21

The Stability Problem

 

22

Operational Amplifier

 

23

Op Amp based Circuits

 

24

The 741 Op Amp Circuit

 

25

Output Stages

 

26

Class A, B, AB Stages

 

 

S/No.

Lab Topic

 

1

Introduction to ORCAD PSpice

 

2

Filters and BJT Common Emitter Frequency Response

 

3

BJT Bias Circuit Design and Small Signal Common Emitter Amplifiers

 

4

MOSFET Amplifier Design

 

5

Multistage Amplifier Design

 

6

Cascode Amplifier Design

 

7

Differential Amplifier

 

8

Feedback

 

9

Op-Amp Amplifier and Filter Design

 

Grading Weightages:

 

Theory:

75%

Practical:

25%

Quizzes:

12% of 75= 9% of 100

Assignments:

08% of 75 = 6% of 100

Mid Semester Exams:

40% of 75 = 30% of 100

End Semester Exam:

40% of 75 = 30% of 100

Labs:

72% of 25 = 18% of 100

Final Project:

28% of 25 = 7% of 100

 

 

Last Updated 14th November 2011.