ELEC443 - Analog Circuit Design
This course covers the concepts of design, analysis, simulation, implementation and evaluation of analog electronic circuits and systems. Topics include semiconductor physics, BJT, MOS, and FET devices and linear integrated circuits. Prerequisite: Junior status, MATH290 Calculus II; ELEC281 Network Theory II. Day Course.
To develop a basic understanding of both discrete integrated electronic devices typically referred to as analog components.
To develop skill in working with these devices i.e. using them in applications to solve common analog circuit designs and computer interfacing problems.
To develop skill in applying these devices in a project-based course leading toward the design of an electronic system.
Course Learning Outcomes
(a) An appropriate mastery of the knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of their disciplines
(e) An ability to function effectively on teams