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ECE 310 Design and Analysis of Analog Circuits

Fall Semester

This course focuses on fundamentals of the analysis and design of analog circuits. Diodes and transistors, including LEDs, BJTs, FETs, and other related circuit technologies are examined.  The underlying semiconductor physics of these components, their equivalent circuits and frequency-dependent impedance characteristics are studied thoroughly. Their roles in switching, isolation, amplification, and other signal processing circuits are examined in detail. The course culminates in a design project integrating project specifications/constraints, circuit analysis and design, component selection, and design tradeoffs resulting in an end product for a customer. Prerequisite: 2.0 or higher in ECE 280 .

4 credit hours