Electronics I

(Department)  Biomedical Engineering         (Division)       -
 
 (Level and Major) bachelor
 

Course Title   Electronics I
 
Number of Credits       3             Prerequisite  Electrical circuits 1
 
Lecturer -
 


Course Description -
 
 Course Goals and Objectives
 
Understanding the physical structure and modeling of semiconductor core devices including diodes and transistors and their application in simple circuits
 
Course Topics        
 
1- Semiconductor physics and PN connection
1-1- Difference between conductive, insulating and semiconductor materials
The concept of holes and electrons
1.3.1 Type N and P semiconductors
PN Binding Physics and PN Binding Function in Open Circuit, Reverse and Direct Bias Conditions.
5.5- Current-voltage characteristic of a PN connection
6.1 Reverse failure at a PN connection
Diodes and its variants
Diode circuits
Ideal diode model
Small signal model and large signal of a real diode
Diode rectifiers (half wave and full wave rectifiers)
2-4- Voltage regulator
2-5- Clamp and Circuit Breakers (Voltage Limiter)
2-6- Voltage doubling and multiplying circuits
3. Introduction to BJT transistor physics
The structure of a BJT transistor
3.2.2 Operation of a BJT transistor in active mode
3.3- Current-Voltage Model (Large Signal Model) of a BJT Transistor in Active Mode
The concept of transcendence
3-5 Small signal model (hybrid-pie model) of a BJT transistor
3-6 Erlie effect and output resistance of a BJT transistor
3-7 Saturated BJT transistor operation
3-8- PNP transistor and its small signal model and its large signal
4- Transistor amplifiers using BJT transistor
4.1- Concept of gain, input resistance and output resistance in a signal amplifier
4.2 Types of Bypass Methods for a BJT Transistor
4-3- Single-class amplifiers (common emitter, common collector and base bus)
4-4- Transistor multilevel capacitors with capacitive coupling
4-5 Frequency of disconnection and calculation of the capacitance of the coupling capacitors
5- Output floors and power amplifiers
The purpose of using the output classes
5.2- Class A power amplifier
5.3- Class B power amplifier
5.4- AB Class Power Amplifier
5.5- Calculating the efficiency of power amplifiers
 
Reading Resources
 
 
  1. Behzad Razavi, "Fundamentals of Microelectronics", 2nd Edition, Wiley, 2013.
  2. A. Sedra and K. Smith," Microelectronic Circuits", 7th Edition, Oxford University Press, 2016.
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