EE 322, Advanced Electronics
Course number and name: EE 322, Advanced Electronics
Credits and contact hours: 4 credits, 3 class hours, 3 lab hours
Specific course information:
- Brief description of the content of the course:
- Applications in analog electronics. Topics include timing and switching circuits, power supply techniques, active filters, switched capacitor circuits, oscillators, and phase-locked loops.
- Prerequisites or Co-requisites:
- Prerequisite: EE 321(Analog Electronics)
- Prerequisite: EE 341(Signals and Linear Systems)
- Co-requisites: None
- Indicate whether a required or elective course in the program:
- Selected Elective for Electrical Engineering
Specific goals for the course:
- Specific Outcomes addressed by the course:
- Apply basic concepts from previous courses to practical analog circuits and techniques.
- Learn circuit design principles, component choices, and good experimental technique through laboratory exercises
- Get exposed to selected practical circuits
- Learn how to select the best circuit component for a particular application.
- Be able to use a new circuit or IC correctly after reading the data sheet.
- Student Outcomes addressed by the course:
- This course is not directly used as part of the electrical engineering departmentís student learning outcomes assessment program.
Brief list of topics to be covered:
- Linear voltage regulators
- Switching voltage regulators
- Interference and grounding
- Noise in circuits
- Oscillators and comparators
- Active filters
- Phase-locked loops
- Feedback op-amps and stability
- Differential amplifiers