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2015-2016 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
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ET 3100 - Electronic Circuit Design

3 lecture hours 2 lab hours 4 credits
Course Description
This course provides an introduction to electronic circuit design. The student applies fundamental electronic circuit concepts to laboratory design projects utilizing discrete semiconductor devices and analog integrated circuits. Design activity focuses on linear power supplies, switching mode power supplies, sinusoidal oscillators and active filters. Circuit simulation software is utilized as an integral part of the design process. (prereq: ET 3001 )
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
  • Implement the design process in the realization of electronic circuits.
  • Use the information on data sheets provided by a component manufacturer in the design of electronic systems.
  • Use computer simulation as a tool in the design process
  • Design linear power supplies, switch-mode power supplies, active filters and sinusoidal oscillators.

Prerequisites by Topic
  • Basic applications of discrete BJT’s and FET’s.
  • Basic applications of operational amplifiers.
  • Multisim.
  • Laplace Transforms.
  • Frequency response.

Course Topics
  • Unregulated dc power supplies. (3 classes)
  • Linear power supplies. (9 classes)
  • Switch-mode power supplies. (6 classes)
  • Oscillators. (6 classes)
  • Filters. (3 classes)
  • Power inverter.(3 classes)

Laboratory Topics
  • Analysis and testing of an unregulated dc power supply.
  • Design and simulation of a zener regulated power supply
  • Design and simulation of an op-amp regulated power supply based on the LM723.
  • Design and implementation of a switch-mode power supply based on the LM2575.
  • Design and implementation of a crystal oscillator
  • Design and implementation of a switched capacitor filter
  • Design and implementation of a power inverter

Coordinator
Robert Strangeway



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