EE 232/EE 232!! – Electronics

Course lecturer :

Heba Raafat

Course assistant :

Eman baker

Course objectives :

• To develop an understanding of the basic principles of semiconductor physics that helps explaining the characteristics and operation of electronic devices. • To extend the linear circuit theory to include nonlinear electronic devices with the required conceptual and mathematical models, tools, and techniques. • To use the electronic devices to conceive and build useful electronic circuits. To focus on the function of the electronic circuit and its role in the overall electronic system

Course description :

This course introduces the student to: Semiconductor materials. Fundamentals of diode operation, Zener diode, clippers, clampers, rectifiers, voltage regulator. Field effect transistors (fundamentals, characteristics of JFET and MOSFET, biasing configurations). FET amplifiers (common source- common drain- common gate). Bipolar junction transistor (circuits, analysis, biasing). BJT amplifiers (common emitter- common collector- common base). Multistage amplifiers.

Course assessment :

Drop Quizzes 5 Assignments Problems and Reports and presentation 15 Practical Works and mini-project and simulation 10 Mid Term Written Exam 20 Final Written Exam 50

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. 6. T. Floyd, “Electronic Fundamentals: Circuits, Devices, and Applications”, 7th Ed., Printice Hall, 2007.

Recommended refrences :

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. 6. T. Floyd, “Electronic Fundamentals: Circuits, Devices, and Applications”, 7th Ed., Printice Hall, 2007.