Sonoma State University, Department of Engineering Science

 

ES 230: Electronics I (3), Spring 2011

 

Activity

Activity Location

Instructor

Office in Salazar Blg

Office hr (or by appt.)

Email

Tel

Lecture:

Tue & Thu 12-1:15 PM

Salazar Blg. Room 2001

Dr. Ali Kujoory

Room 2005

Mon 11:30 AM-11:50 PM

Tue & Thu 10:30-11:30 AM

or by appointment

ali.kujoory@ieee.org

(707) 664-2030

Lab (ES 231):

Tue 1:30-4:00 PM

Salazar Blg. Room 2003

Mr. Shahram Marivani

Room 2010C

Ask the instructor

shahram.marivani@sonoma.edu

(707) 664-2150

 

Course Description: Lecture 3 hours, Laboratory 0 hours. Theory, characteristics and operation of diodes, bipolar junction transistors and MOSFET transistors; analog and digital electronic circuits; design and analysis of analog electronic circuits such as filters, operational amplifiers, single and multistage amplifiers; modeling and simulation using spice/multisim software.

Prerequisite: ES 220 and 221 and corequisite: ES 231 (Electronics Lab) or consent of Instructor.

Course Objectives:

·         The ability to analyze and design circuits using operational amplifiers, diodes, MOS transistors, bipolar junction transistors (BJTs).

·         The ability to analyze and design single and multistage amplifiers.

·         Reinforce theory and techniques taught in the classroom through experiments and projects in the laboratory.

 

Textbook: Microelectronic Circuits by Sedra and Smith, 6th ed., Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780195323030

 

Course Slides & Preparation: We will go through the course slides based on the textbook, ed. 6 (See the table below) in the class. I urge you to download & review the slides before each class. If you can, make a paper copy and bring it to class to add your notes. You are required to read the textbook after each class for further reinforcement & solve the homework problems. The text includes many examples and exercises with answers in each chapter. Go through the examples and solve the exercises before you solve the homework problems.

 

Attendance: Attendance is mandatory. There will be no excused absences except in the case of emergencies that could be substantiated. Any absence can affect your learning and your grade.

 

Class Participation: I highly encourage to participate in the class by asking questions based on the reading and understnding.

 

Homework:

·       Homework will be assigned periodically. See the tentative list of activities below.

·       Your solutions & answers must be turned in hard copy no later than the beginning of the class on the specified date.

·       Be concise, neat, & organized with clear explanation. There will be points for your presentation.

·       Please use Microsoft Word for your homework submissions and present the tables and graphs neatly.

·       Failing any of the above, a submission may not be accepted resulting in the loss of grade in that assignment.

 

Grading Policy:

·        Attendance, in-class participation, quizzes                                                     10%

·        Homework assignments (no later than due time)                                          20%

·        Test #1 (1 hour, see date below)                                                                        20%

·        Test #2 (1 hour, see date below)                                                                        20%

·        Final Exam (2 hours, see date below)                                                               30%

·        For final grades the university grading system (A = 94 and above, A- = 90-93, B+ = 87-89, B =84-86, B- =80-83, C+ =77-79, C- =74-76, C- =70-73, D+ =67-69, D = 64-66, D- = 60-63, F = below 60) may be used.

 

Deadlines to drop the course: Please refer to the university calendar (http://www.sonoma.edu/ar/calendars/index.shtml) for drop with W, etc.

 

My Expectations:

·         Always come to class prepared & on-time to learn.

·         Whenever for some critical reason you cannot attend, send me an email in advance.

·         Pay 100% attention. No talking is allowed.

·         Turn off cell phones, earphones and other distracting devices.

·         Read the slides before each lecture and the related chapter after the lecture. Also, reading the references deepens your understanding as a student.

·         Hand in your assignments on time at the beginning of the class.

·         Speak up whenever you have questions or suggestions & contribute when you can.

·         Have fun & look back on this as a positive & worthwhile course for your study & career development.

 

Tentative List of Activities: NOTE THAT THIS TABLE IS PERIODICALLY UPDATED.

 

DATE

TOPIC

READ

HOMEWORK PROBLEMS

CHAPTERS OUTLINE

Feb 1 T,

3 TH

Course Intro

Introduction (Chapter 1)

1.1 - 1.2

1.3 - 1.4

 

 

Introduction to Electronics: Signals, Frequency Spectrum of Signals, Analog and Digital Signals, Amplifiers, Circuit Models for Amplifiers, Frequency Response of Amplifiers

Feb 8 T,

10 TH

Introduction (cont.)

Op Amp (Chapter 2)

1.5 - 1.6

2.1

Operational Amplifiers: Ideal Op Amp, Inverting Configuration, Noninverting Configuration, Difference Amplifiers, Integrators & Differentiators

Feb 15 T,

17 TH

Ideal Op Amp; Inverting & Non-inverting Configurations

Finite Open-Loop Gain

2.2 - 2.3

HW1: 1.14, 17, 40, 43, 56, 61

Feb 22 T,

24 TH

Integrators and Differentiators

Diodes (Chapter 4)

2.5

4.1

HW2: 2.2, 8, 16, 23 36, 49

 

Diodes: Intro and Ideal Diode

Mar 1 T,

3 TH

EXAM I on Chapters 1 + 2

Semiconductor (Chapter 3)

 

3.1-3.3

1-hour exam on Tuesday

Semiconductor: Intrinsic semiconductors, Doped semiconductors, Current flow in semiconductors, pn junction with open-circuit terminals and with applied voltage, Capacitive effects in pn junction

Mar 8 T,

10 TH

Semiconductor (cont.)

3.4-3.5

HW3: 4.2, 3, 4, 10

Mar 15 T,

17 TH

Diodes (Chapter 4)

Diode Modeling

4.2-4.3

HW4: 3.1, 5, 8, 15, 22

Diodes (cont.): Terminal Characteristics of Junction Diodes, Modeling the Diode Forward Characteristic, Operation in the Reverse Breakdown Region, Rectifier Circuits

Mar 22 T,

25 TH

Diodes (cont.) Zener Diodes,

Rectifiers

Enhancement MOSFET (Chapter 5-Part 1)

4.4 - 4.5

 

5.1

HW5: 4.26, 33, 42, 59, 65

MOS Field-Effect Transistors – Part 1: Device Structure and Physical Operation, Current & Voltage Characteristics, MOSFET Circuits at DC

Mar 29 T,

 

 

31 TH

EXAM 2 on Chapters 3 + 4

Enhancement (cont.) MOSFET I-V Characteristics

Thursday 3/31 NO CLASS

5.1-5.2

 

 

 

 

 

Cesar Chavez Birthday (campus closed)

Apr 5 T,

7 TH

Enhancement (cont.) MOSFET Circuits at DC

MOSFET as an Amplifier & as a Switch, Biasing in MOS Amplifiers (Chapter 5-Part 2)

5.3

5.4

MOS Field-Effect Transistors – Part 2: Applying MOSFET in Amplifier Design, Small-Signal Operation and Models, Biasing in MOSFET Amplifier Configurations and Circuits

Apr 12 T,

14 TH

MOSFET Small-Signal Operation & Models

5.5

5.6-5.7

HW6: 5.1, 4, 6, 16, 23, (25 optional, 10 pts extra)

Apr 19 T,

21 TH

Spring Break

(no classes, campus open)

 

No class on Thursday March 31, Cesar Chavez Birthday

Apr 26 T,

28 TH

Introduction to BJTs  BJT I-V Characteristics (Chapter 6-Part 1)

BJT as an Amplifier & as a Switch

6.1

 

6.2

HW7: 5.50, 55 a & b, 62, 68, 71, 75

Bipolar Junction Transistors – Part 1: Device Structure and Physical Operation, Current-Voltage Characteristics, BJT Circuits at DC

May 3 T

5 TH

BJT (cont.) BJT Circuits at DC

BJT Amplifier Biasing

6.3

 

6.4

HW8: 5.77, 79, 80, 86, 93, 96

May 10 T,

12 TH

BJT Small-Signal Operation (Chapter 6-Part 2)

6.5

6.6

HW9: 6.1, 2, 8, 13, 18, 19

Bipolar Junction Transistors – Part 2: Applying BJT in Amplifier Design, Small-Signal Operation and Models, Biasing in BJT Amplifier Circuits

May 17 T,

20 TH

BJT (cont.) Single-Stage BJT Amplifiers (cont’d)

Review, Q & A

6.6

 

6.7

HW10: 6.31, 34, 49, 52, 57, 59

Bring any question you have to discuss.

 

May 24 T

 

May 26 TH

Final Exam

 

Covers chapters 1-6

 

Outcomes: In this course, the students will attain:

·         An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

·         An ability to analyze electronic circuits comprising electronic components such as diodes, transistors, and operational op amps.

·         An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, and manufacturability.

·         An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

In-Class Assessment Methods:

·         Two tests and a final

·         Homework sets

·         Participations and interactions

·         Course Survey

 

References:

·         See the bibliography (Appendix F) in the textbook