Department of Engineering

ELE 346

Electronics II: Electronic Design

Course Description: Analysis and design of electronic circuits with BJTs, FETs and OpAmps for applications in signal generation, amplification, waveshaping, and power control. Topics include differential, multi-stage, linear and power amplifiers; real operational amplifiers and OpAmp applications; design for frequency response, active filters; feedback, stability and oscillators. Simulation and design verification with SPICE. Replaces ELE 343.

Curriculum: Required for electrical engineering
Prerequisites: ELE 217, ELE 243
Instructors: Mustafa Guvench
Delivery: Lecture 3 hrs., Lab 2 hrs.
Frequency: Fall, even year (see the Course Offering Plan)
Credits: 4