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EE 4112 - Advanced Analog Electronics

2 lecture hours 2 lab hours 3 credits
Course Description
This course continues investigation of single and cascaded BJT and MOSFET amplifiers. In addition, midband gains, impedances, and frequency responses of multi-transistor amplifiers are studied. The effects of classic feedback configurations on amplifier characteristics are included. A significant portion of the course is based on comprehensive design projects. Students are expected to use previously learned design tools such as PSPICE to explore alternatives and verify their designs. The designs are constructed and tested in the laboratory, and documented in formal design reports. (prereq: EE 3101  or EE 3112 , EE 3111  or EE 3102 )
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
  • Design differential amplifiers with active loads
  • Design output stages of power amplifiers
  • Understand different configurations of feedback and their applicability to electronic circuits
  • Understand frequency response of single-stage and multi-stage amplifiers
  • Understand frequency compensation of feedback amplifiers and design the required feedback network
  • Understand non-ideal effects of operational amplifiers
  • Design oscillators and voltage regulators using operational amplifiers

Prerequisites by Topic
  • Design of single-stage BJT amplifiers (EE 3111 )
  • Design of operational amplifier circuits (EE 3101 )

Course Topics
  • Design of the first and second stage of a three-stage amplifier (6 classes)
  • Design of the output stage of a three-stage amplifier (2 classes)
  • Feedback and stability and frequency compensation (4 classes)
  • Frequency response of transistor amplifiers (2 classes)
  • Non-ideal effects of Operational Amplifiers (2 classes)
  • Oscillators and voltage regulators (2 classes)
  • Exams (2 classes)

Coordinator
Joerg Mossbrucker



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