EE 228/EE 228!! – Analog Integrated circuits

Course lecturer :

HEBA RAAFAT

Course assistant :

MAHA FATHI

Course objectives :

By the end of the course, students will acquire good knowledge of: • Identify the basic concepts used in power analysis. • List basic parameters of the power amplifier. • Summarize power amplifiers classes and applications. • Understand the operation of differential amplifier circuits. • Apply appropriate circuit theories, principles and concepts relevant to the power amplifiers to get the required function. • Perform power calculations for different classes of power amplifiers. • Calculate the common and difference mode gains. • Compare different power amplifiers classes. • Analyze power calculations for different power amplifiers classes. • Compare signal modes response of differential amplifiers.

Course description :

Provide theoretical analysis of BJT, differential amplifiers, power amplifiers, operational amplifiers, active filters, and voltage regulators.and Gain Greater proficiency for EE students in the area of electronic design and analysis, with particular emphasis on digital devices.

Course assessment :

1. Sedra and Smith \”Microelectronic Circuits 7th edition, 2017 2. Floyd, “Electronic Fundamentals : Circuits, Devices, and Applications” 8th edition, 2013. 3. R. L. Boylestad, “electronic devices and circuit theory”, 11th edition, Printice Hall, 2012. 4. R. Jaeger , “microelectronic circuit design”, 5th edition, 2015. 5. R. Jaeger ,T. Blalock, “microelectronic circuit design”, 4th edition, 2011.

Recommended text books :

1. Sedra and Smith \”Microelectronic Circuits 7th edition, 2017 2. Floyd, “Electronic Fundamentals : Circuits, Devices, and Applications” 8th edition, 2013. 3. R. L. Boylestad, “electronic devices and circuit theory”, 11th edition, Printice Hall, 2012. 4. R. Jaeger , “microelectronic circuit design”, 5th edition, 2015. 5. R. Jaeger ,T. Blalock, “microelectronic circuit design”, 4th edition, 2011.

Recommended refrences :

1- Robert L. Boylestad and Louis Nashelsky, \”Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory\”,7th edition, 2007.