EDV255 - Electronic Devices
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This course covers operating characteristics and circuit applications of diodes and transistors. An introduction to operational amplifiers and field effect transistors is also presented. Classroom material is supported with appropriate laboratory and class work.
One subject credit in the Computer Engineering Technology Program, Electronic Engineering Technology Program, and the Electronic Engineering Technician Program
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
(1) Using appropriate mathematics and a knowledge of semiconductor theory, explain the operational principles of simple semiconductor devices including signal and Zener diodes, bipolar junction transistors (BJT?s), and field effect transistors (FET?s)
(2) Using appropriate mathematics and a knowledge of the behaviour of inductive circuits under AC conditions, explain the operation of simple transformer circuits
(3) Select, build and troubleshoot a variety of rectifier and voltage regulation circuits using appropriate components
(4) Select, build and troubleshoot small signal amplifier circuits using BJT?s or FET?s
(5) Using appropriate mathematics and a knowledge of circuit theory, explain the principles of operational amplifiers and their use in simple applications
(6) Select, build and troubleshoot simple operational amplifier circuits including comparators, summing amps, differential amps, integrators, differentiators, and active filters
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