DENE3353 (3 2010/2011)

DENE3353 (3 2010/2011)


Type of Subject: P

1.0 Learning Outcomes

At the end of this subject, the students should be able to:

1. explain the operation and the application of op-amp circuits. [PO1, C2]
2. analyze the operation of class A, class B, class AB and class C power amplifier circuits. [PO3 , C4]
3. demonstrate the three basic filter response characteristics and other filter parameters. [PO1, C3]
4. explain and analyze the operating principles of an oscillator and its application. [PO3, C2]
5. design simple power supply circuit and demonstrate the principles of voltage regulators. [PO3, C5]
6. measure the performance of applied electronic circuits through lab sessions. [PO2, P4]
7. perform experiments and present technical reports. [PO5, PO7,A3]

2.0 Synopsis

This course will discuss about op-amp operations, applications and schematic diagrams, filter applications (basic filter concepts, filter response characteristics, active LP filter, active HP filter, active BP filter, active BS filter, filter response measurement, system applications), oscillator circuits (feedback oscillator principles, oscillators with the RC feedback circuits, oscillator with LC feedback circuits, relaxation oscillators, the 555 timers as an oscillator and system application – Hartley oscillator, phase oscillator, Colpitts oscillator), power amplifier circuits (class A, class B, class AB, class C and Class D, heat sink, feedback concepts), power supply circuit, voltage regulators (voltage regulation, basic series regulators, basic shunt regulators, basic switching regulators, IC voltage regulator, application of IC voltage regulator and system applications).

3.0 Pre requisite:

DENE 2333 - Electronics

4.0 Practical Application

Laboratory topics cover:
Teaching Plan


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