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VE311 – Electronic Circuits


Instructor: Chang-Ching Tu

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Credits: 4 credits

Pre-requisites: Ve 216

Description:

Working principles of nonlinear semiconductor devices, including diode, BJT and MOSFET, and analog circuits based on those devices, such as voltage regulators, rectifiers, single stage amplifiers, current mirrors and differential pair amplifiers. Circuit analysis by hand-calculation with proper approximations. Comparison of hand-calculation results with Pspice simulation results. Building and analyzing circuits on simulation tool (such as Proteus) as well as on breadboard.

Course Topics:

  1. Introduction to semiconductor physics
  2. Working principles of silicon PN junction diodes
  3. Analog circuits (e.g. voltage regulators and rectifiers) based on diodes
  4. Working principles of BJTs
  5. Analog circuits (e.g. common-emitter amplifiers) based on BJTs
  6. Working principles of MOSFETs
  7. Analog circuits (e.g. single stage amplifiers, current mirrors and differential pair amplifiers) based on MOSFETs

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