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EEF 262 - Fundamentals of Electronics

Course Objectives

This course aims to give the following abilities to the students:
1) Conduction mechanism in solid materials,
2) Transistor models and biasing,
3) Calculation methodologies of the gain, input, and output resistances of BJT and MOSFET amplifiers
4) Discussion and analysis of basic analog amplifier stages.

Course Description

Fundamentals of Electronics course covers structure and operating principles of electronic components.
First part of the course focuses on Fundamentals of solid-state physics, properties of semiconductor
materials, current carriers, drift and diffusion mechanisms. Second part of the course focuses on the
diode. Structure of the pn-junction diode, diode models used in circuit analysis, diode circuits and
different diode types are covered. Third part of the lecture focuses on transistors. Different transistor
types, their behavior, secondary effects, and transistor circuits are covered. Amplification and the gain
concept, amplifier types and circuit models, conceptual function of the transistor in amplification will be
discussed. DC and thermal sensitivity analysis of transistor (BJT, MOSFET) circuits will be shown. Small
signal equivalents of BJT and MOSFET as well as the AC analysis of BJT and MOSFET amplifiers will be
conducted. Gain and input/output resistance of basic amplifier stages will be found and the analysis of
cascade (direct/capacitively-coupled) amplifiers is done. The cascode structure, Darlington structure, the
differential amplifiers, differential and common-mode gains, common mode rejection ratio will be
explained. Current sources, active-loaded circuits, effect of non-idealities on the behavior will be
discussed. Finally, the linear and nonlinear applications of ideal and non-ideal operational amplifiers will
be considered.

Course Coordinator
Zümray Ölmez
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