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Prerequisites: 'C-' or better in ECE 1050 AND 1240 AND 1245 AND Full Major or Minor status in Electrical Engin OR Computer Engin Corequisites: 'C-' or better in ECE 2285 AND 'C' or better in MATH 1220 OR 1260 OR 1320 OR 1321 OR AP Calc BC score of 4+
System design using electrical and computer engineering concepts. Design, evaluate, build, test, and debug nonlinear analog circuits using independent and dependent voltage and current sources. Topics will include circuit analysis techniques and design for nonlinear elements such as amplifiers, diodes, bipolar, and MOS transistors. Use of small-signal and large-signal techniques to analyze and design transistor circuits with examples focused on single and multistage amplifiers. Frequency response analysis of microelectronic circuits including magnitude and phase response. Introduction to computer circuit simulation. Lecture and lab components are in corresponding, co-requisite courses.