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Course: Electronics I (ES 230)
Spring, 2013

Syllabus

Instructor:  Jack Ou, Ph.D.
Office Location: Salazar Hall 2010B
Telephone: (707) 664 3462
Email:jack.ou AT sonoma DOT edu
Office Hours: By appointment during during MW2:15-2:45 and TTH 12:00-12:30
Class Days/Time: MW 10:45-12:00
Classroom: Salazar Hall 2009A
Prerequisites: ES 220 and ES221
Co-requisites: ES 231

Student assistants: Joshua Disbrow (available Thursday from 12:30 to 1:00 PM) and Raphael Diaz.

Course Description
Theory, characteristics and operation of diodes, bipolar junction transistors and MOSFET transistors; analog and digital electronic circuits; design and analysis of analog electronic circuits such as filters, operational amplifiers,single and multistage amplifiers; modeling and simulation using spice/multisim software.

Required Text:  Behzad Razavi, “Fundamentals of Microelectronics”, Wiley, 1st Edition. 
(ISBN-13: 978-0-471-47846-1)

Date
Topic
Reference
Content
1/14
1/16
2.1
basic device physics, hot-point probe test, thermoelectric generator
1/22 2.2-2.3 physics of PN junction diode
1/24 Applications of PN junction 2.2-2.3 Energy band diagram, Photoresistor, solar cell, LED, photodiode.
1/29
Quiz 1, diode model
3.1-3.3
diode models, diode logic
1/31
3.4-3.5
small signal analysis, diode logic
2/5
half-wave/full-wave rectifier circuit
2/7
regulator, LM337, LM117
2/12
voltage doubler, diode mixer, level shifter
2/14
4.1-4.3
Physics of Bipolar Junction Transistor, review sheet
2/19
charge control theory, history of semiconductor industry
2/21
Test #1
2/25
4.5
BJT in Saturation, RTL, DTL, TTL
2/28 small signal model, pnp 4.4-4.6 transconductance, early effect, input/output resistance, pnp transistor
3/5
small signal model, pnp 4.4-4.6  
3/7
5.1-5.2
base bias, emitter degeneration, iteration using matlab script
3/12
5.3.1
3/14
CE
Spring break
3//26
CE
3/28
5.3.2
4/2
CC
5.3.3
4/4
13.1-13.4
4/9
output stage
13.4-13.5
homework (due on 4/16), solution
4/11
memorize the formulas
4/16
Test #2
 
4/18
6.1-6.2
Overview of Digital IC Design from 4:30 to 5:30 pm.
4/23
6.1-2, 15.1-2
Device Physics
4/25
NMOS
NMOS Inverter, Device Physics
4/30
ALD1106/07, CMOS NAND2 6.1-2, 15.1-15.4 ALD 1106/07, PMOS, CMOS inverter, NAND2
5/2
Transistor Implementation of a 4-bit adder, SimVision, Verilog
5/7
final exam
11 a.m. -12:50