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```									                                                  Dawson College
Electrotechnology Department

Analog Electronics I (243-334-92)

Fall 2000

Professor:        Dr. Raad Al-Ashoor                          Office: 2H.4
Telephone:        931 -8731 Ex. 5102
Office Hours:     As posted or by prior appointment

Pre-requisite:    Circuits (243-163-92)

Text: Electronics Devices and Circuit Theory- Robert L. Boylestad & L. Nashelsky, 7th Edition, Prentice
Hall,1999. ISBN: 0-13-769282-X.

Objectives:       Upon completion of the course, you will be able to:

- Analyze, design, test and troubleshoot various Class A BJT amplifiers with appropriate
biasing
- Measure input and output impedances, and other related parameters of BJT amplifiers
- Determine the frequency response of an amplifier
- Improve amplifier performance using negative feedback
- Analyze, design, test and troubleshoot Class B power amplifiers.

Course Content

Chapter       Topic                                             Week No.*

3    BJT's:                                           1-2
3.3: Transistor Operation
3.4: CB Configuration
3.6: CE Configuration
3.7: CC Configuration
3.8: Power Dissipation
3.9: Specification Sheet

4    DC Biasing:                                      2-4

4.2: Operating Point
4.3: Fixed-Biased Circuit
4.4: Emitter-stabilized Bias
4.5: Voltage-divider Bias
4.6: Voltage-Feedback Bias
4.8: Design
4.9: Transistor Switching Networks

7    BJT Modeling:                                    5-7
7.3: BJT Transistor Modeling
7.4: Zj, Zo, Av, Ai
7.5: re Transistor Model
7.6: h-parameters (abridged)

8    Small-signal Analysis:                          6-7

8.2: Fixed-Biased Configuration
8.4: CE Emitter-Bias configuration
8.5: Emitter-Follower and Bootstrapping

CLASS TEST #1**                                      7

10   Effect pf RS or RL                              8

10.3: Effect of RL
10.4: Effect of Rs
10.5 Combined R5 and RL

11   BJT Frequency Response:                         9-10

11.3: Decibels
11.4: Frequency Consideration
11.5: LF Analysis Bode Plot
11.6: LF Response BJT Amplifier
11.8: Miller Effect
11.9: HF Response BJT Amplifier

CLASS TEST #2**                                      11

12   Compound Configurations:

12 .4: Darlington Connection

18   Feedback Circuits:                              11-13

18.1: Feedback Concept
18.2: Feedback Connection Types
18.3: Practical feedback circuits

16   Power Amplifiers:                               13-15

16.2: Series-Fed Class A Amplifier
16.3: Transformer-Coupled Class A Amplifier
16.5: Class Amplifier Circuits

*Week Numbers are tentative and may vary in practice.

** Class Test #1 & #2 schedules are tentative. Exact dates will be announced in the class.
B: Laboratory Experiments:

1. Transistor Characteristics              6. Amplifier Frequency Response
2. Transistor Amplifier Biasing            7. Two-stage Feedback Amplifier
3. Common Emitter(CE)Amplifier             8. Darlington Pair*
4. AC Load Line of a CE Amplifier 9. Push-Pull Amplifier*
5. Emitter Follower (Common
Collector Amplifier)                       [ *: Bonus lab experiment ]

Reports:

One lab report per group per experiment. Partners write alternate reports. Reports must be written in
the following format (marks will be deducted otherwise):

Title Page: As per format given in the Lab.

The body of the report must have the following sections:

OBJECTIVE:                   The intent of the experiment

EQUIPMENT:                   Equipment, manufacturer, model and serial numbers

DIAGRAMS:                    Relevant schematic diagrams neatly drawn with all parts properly
Labelled

DESIGNS:                     Circuit design, if any, showing all essential steps

RESULTS:                     Include all the measured results and observed waveforms, if any.
Result must be given in Tables whenever possible

CONCLUSIONS: Compare experimental results with the expected values and
the end of the Lab instructions here.

LATE REPORT:               Report is due one week after completion. A penalty of 25% if late
by 1 week, 100% if late by 2 weeks or more from the due date.

Assignments:    10
Class Test #1:  10
Class Test #2:  15
Final Exam:     35
Lab.:           30
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Total:          100          marks
Standard of              To pass this course, a student must satisfy the following two
performance:             conditions:

1. Gets a minimum of 18 marks in the laboratory work &
reports
2. Gets a total mark of 60 or more.

In the event a student satisfies condition 2 but fails to meet condition 1,
he/she will be given a total mark of 50 (fifty), the actual total mark
notwithstanding.

Teaching Method:         Lectures with questions and answers upon demand.

Literary requirements: Good command of technical writing is mandatory.

Attendance:              Attendance in the laboratory is mandatory. Absence of 2 or more
lab classes without valid reason will result in failure in the course.
Any missed experiment must be made up by extra work (in
consultation with the Lab instructor)

Plagiarism Policy:       Plagiarism and cheating are serious academic offenses, and are
subjected to penalties, at the Professor's discretion, up to and
including failure in the course.

I.S.E.P.: This outline has been prepared in conformity with the Institutional Student Evaluation Policy
(ISEP). The policy is designed to promote equitable and effective evaluation of student learning
and is therefore a crucial policy to read and understand. It describes the rights and obligations of
students, faculty, departments, programs, and the College administration with regard to
evaluation in all your courses. ISEP is published in College Calendar and reference copies are
available in the Library and in the offices of program chairs and the Dean of Technical Programs.

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