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									          EE 310
Electronic Circuit Design I

         Instructor:
   Prof. Mark J. Wharton
About This Room
      Technology
           PC
           Video Projector
      Seating location
      Demonstrations




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Course Goal
      To learn how to analyze and design
      solid-state circuits using:
           Diodes
           Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs)
           Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect
           Transistors (MOSFETs)
           Operational Amplifiers (Op Amps)


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Teaching Method
      Make sure I tell you:
      WHAT I’m going to tell you
      WHY it is important
      HOW to do it
      Practice with homework assignments
      Reinforce with labs
      Measure with exams

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Syllabus
      Review syllabus




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Schedule
      Review schedule




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Course Structure
      Three lectures weekly, 75 min. ea.
      Labs
           Two lab sessions weekly
             Experimental Exercises
             Design Projects




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Labs
      Teaching Assistants
           Rich Aleong (Section 1)
           Haiping Wu (Section 2)
           Vishal Mody (Lab Assistant)
      9 Lab Assignments
      Due dates determined by T.A.


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Homework Assignments
      Assignments available every Monday
           Reading assignments
           Problem assignments
           Supplementary (optional) problems
      Assignments due the following Monday




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Exams
      3 Exams
           Exam 1 covers op amps and diodes
           Exam 2 covers BJTs
           Final is comprehensive
      Exams are closed-book and closed-notes




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Class Website
  http://labs.ee.psu.edu/courses/ee310

  I will put copies of all lecture notes,
  assignments, solutions, labs, handouts
  and other information on the web




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About Your Instructor
  Mark Wharton
   BSEE Penn State 1971
   MSEE University of Colorado 1978
   Private industry 30+ years
           Broadcasting
           Defense electronics
           Commercial satellite communications
           MAXTECH
      Assistant professor, EE 2000

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About Your Instructor (Cont.)
  Professional interests:
       Communications systems
       Analog, IF, RF, microwave circuit design
  Hobbies
       Amateur radio (KØLO)
       Flying radio controlled model aircraft
       Restoring Tektronix oscilloscopes
       Cooking
  Personal
       Married
       Two children



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Review of EE210
  Goal – To review the following concepts:
           Kirchoff’s Voltage Law
           Kirchoff’s Current Law
           Parallel Resistances
           Thévenin and Norton Equivalents
           Voltage Dividers
           Superposition
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