Electronic Circuit Implementations (EE 200)

2021 Spring
Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
Electronics Engineering(EE)
2
2.00 / 2.00 ECTS (for students admitted in the 2013-14 Academic Year or following years)
Yaşar Gürbüz yasar@sabanciuniv.edu,
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English
Undergraduate
ENS203
Formal lecture,Interactive lecture,Recitation,One-to-one tutorial,Laboratory
Interactive,Project based learning,Simulation
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CONTENT

In the first module, Basic Circuit Experiments such as Thevenin Equivalent Circuits, RC and RL first order circuits, Resonance Circuits/Higher order filters, Operational Amplifier Circuit, and basic radio circuit with the use of opamp, diode and RLC circuits. In the second module, DC, small-signal and frequency models of semiconductor devices such as PN diodes, BJT and MOSFETs will be included. Using these models, different circuit implementation will be executed, such as Wave Shaping Circuits (with diodes, op-amps, passives and integral/differentiator circuits), Different Configuration of Single/Multi Stage Amplifiers (CE, CC, DB, and combination of these as multistage amp., CS, CD, CG, and combinations), Oscillators (with BJTs and feedback concepts), etc. Analytical design methodologies, along with CAD tools (such as PSPICE), will also be part of the course for designing and implementing circuits.

OBJECTIVE

After successfully studying EE 200, students will be able to:

1. Understand the basic electrical engineering principles and abstractions on which the design of electronic systems is based. These include lumped circuit models, diodes, transistors and operational amplifiers.

2. Use these engineering abstractions to analyze and design simple electronic circuits.

3. Formulate and solve differential equations describing the time behavior of circuits containing energy storage elements.

4. Use intuition to describe the approximate time and frequency behavior of circuits containing energy storage elements.

5. Understand the concepts of employing simple models to represent non-linear and active elements-such as,Diodes, BJTs and MOSFETs-in circuits.

6. Understanding the basic active filter behaviors and Op-Amp fundamentals and learn how to design active filter circuits for a specific bandwidth and the inverting, non-inverting amplifier, and integrator principles.

7. Build circuits and take measurements of circuit variables using tools such as oscilloscopes, multimeters, and signal generators. Compare the measurements with the behavior predicted by mathematic models and explain the discrepancies.

8. Understand the relationship between the mathematical representation of circuit behavior and corresponding real-
life effects.

LEARNING OUTCOME

Use of the electronics laboratory equipments and devices (DC power supply, Wave-form/Signal generator,multimeters, Oscilascope, frequency counter, connectors, breadboard to aply and measure AC/DC signals.

Analyze circuits made up of linear lumped elements. Specifically, analyze circuits containing resistors and independent sources using techniques such as the node method, superposition and the Thevenin method.
Calculate/determine/analyze the time and frequency behavior of first order and second order circuits containing resistors, capacitors and inductors (RLC).
Determine input/output (I-V, load-line, DC and small-signal) characteristics and applications (rectifiers) of different diodes: pn?junction, Schottky and Zener.
Design, implement and characterize operational amplifiers: inverting, non-inverting, positive and negative feedback, single and multi-stage operational amplifiers, integrator, filters, input and output performance analysis and characterization.
Implement/Extract/measure DC operating points (desired quiescent operating point/region/mode), input/output characteristics, small-signal models/parameters and frequency responses of BJT and MOSFET
Design, implement and analyze common transistor amplifier configurations for BJTs (such as common emitter,common base, and emitter follower) and for FETs (such as common source, common gate, and source follower) with different gain, BW, power consumption, input/ouput DC/AC range, etc. specifications.
Design and Implement circuits using BJT/MOSFETs: multi-stage (3 or more) amplifier design and implementation from given system specifications
Design and implement an AM Receiver/Radio using electronic components, within the scope of this course, effectively/efficiently.
Use and implement Computer Aided Design (CAD) Tools, PSPICE, to design and / or verify the circuit performance, combined of use SPICE to analyze circuits that include passives (RLC), semiconductor devices such as diodes, BJTs, FETs and Op-Amps.

ASSESSMENT METHODS and CRITERIA

  Percentage (%)
Midterm 35
Exam 15
Assignment 50

RECOMENDED or REQUIRED READINGS

Readings

Lab Manuals will be provided to the students.