ELET141N: Electronics I

Class Program
Class Hours 3 Lab Hours 3 Credits 4

This is a study of the physical behavior of electronic devices. Emphasis is on analysis and application of electronic circuits utilizing semiconductor diodes, bipolar transistors, and field effect transistors. Topics covered include rectification, clipping and clamping circuits, regulated power supplies, basic circuits, biasing of transistors, and simplified AC modeling of transistor circuits. Simulation tools are used to reinforce the theory. Laboratory experimentation reinforces classroom theory with practical work.

Prerequisites

ELET131N and MATH110N

Corequisites

MATH120N (or permission of the Program Coordinator).