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					COURSE: EET 220                  TITLE: ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
CONTACT HOURS: 5                   CREDIT HOURS: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course includes analysis, application, and experiments involving such integrated circuits as op-amps,
timers and IC regulators. Circuits are modeled, constructed and tested.

PREREQUISITE COURSES
EET 131

PURPOSE
This course is designed to impart the student with analysis and design skills in the area of analog integrated
devices. Analog devices are widely used in industry, and a good working knowledge is essential to
performance as an electronics engineering technician. REQUIRED MATERIALS

TEXT: ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS - BOGART

OTHER: Access to an interactive computer system.

ENTRY SKILLS
The student should have a good working knowledge of the skills acquired in EET 131.

COURSE SKILLS
Unit 1
The student will be able to identify and describe the various ideal operational amplifier characteristics, and to
interpret industry-standard specification sheets and apply the specifications to circuit design and analysis.
Unit 2
The student will be able to design and analyze representative op-amp circuits.
Unit 3
The student will be able to design and analyze timers and voltage regulators using industry-standard devices.

COURSE OUTLINE
Unit 1 - Op-Amp Characteristics
      A. Define and quantify the following characteristics of an ideal op-amp.
         1. Avol
         2. Zin
         3. Zo
         4. Saturation
      B. Describe the internal circuitry using a block-diagram approach.
Unit 2 - Op-Amp Applications
      A. Inverting amp
      B. NonInverting amp
      C. Voltage Follower
      D.Inverting Summer
      E. NonInverting Summer
      F. Difference Amp
      G.Voltage Comparator
Unit 3 - Filters and Regulators
      A. Integration and Differentiation.
      B. Low Pass Filter
      C. High Pass Filter
      D. Band Pass Filter
      E. Full Wave Bridge driver regulator

ADDITIONAL WORK COMPUTER USE
The student will be assigned various projects involving computer solutions of classroom design problems.
The student will be required to utilize a CAD package such as EWB in design and analysis.

LAB WORK
The student will be required to complete the program of experiments listed below and performed during
scheduled laboratory periods in the FACET Lab.


          EET 220 FACET LAB SEQUENCE & TIMELINE
          WEEK BOARD                                 UNIT
                                                     Intro to Circuit Board
          1         OP AMP FUNDAMENTALS              Inverting amplifier
          2         OP AMP FUNDAMENTALS              NonInverting Amplifier
          3         OP AMP FUNDAMENTALS              Voltage Follower
          4         OP AMP FUNDAMENTALS              Inverting Summer
          5         OP AMP FUNDAMENTALS              NonInverting Summer
          6         OP AMP FUNDAMENTALS              Difference Amplifier
                                                     Voltage Comparators
          7         OP AMP FUNDAMENTALS              Troubleshooting
                                                     Intro to Circuit Board
          8         OP AMP APPLICATIONS              Differentiation & Integration
          9         OP AMP APPLICATIONS              Low Pass Filter
          10        OP AMP APPLICATIONS              High Pass Filter
          11        OP AMP APPLICATIONS              Band Pass Filter
          12        OP AMP APPLICATIONS              Full Wave Bridge Driver



EVALUATION
Student competencies in each unit will be evaluated by administration of a one hour test covering the
material in the unit. Each test will carry equal weight. The students' final grade will be computed as
follows:                    70% of unit test average
                     +30% of lab
                      =final grade
GRADING
Grading for EET 220 will follow college policy.

ATTENDANCE
The student will be assigned a grade of W if absent for more than 20% of scheduled classes.
TARDY POLICY
If a student arrives in class after roll call is completed, the student is considered absent.

INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION
Office Number: 300-313
Phone: 349-5229
Email: john.vaught@hgtc.edu

				
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