Course Description
ELT231 Electronics (3-3-4)

This course is an introduction to the electronic building blocks that are used in all modern silicon based integrated circuitry. Component operations, applications, and the use and troubleshooting of these components is covered. Topics include an overview of semiconductor materials and P-N junction, various diodes (rectifier, switching, zener) and their uses, and overview of basic power supply circuits and uses, the operation and use of mos an cmos field-effect transistors, inverting and non-inverting operational amplifiers and their use in analog and digital applications, LC and RC swine-wave oscillators and crystal oscillators, silicon rectified controller SCRs), diac and triac thyristors, and optoelectronics. PR: ELT 121 (Electrical Circuits II)

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