- Germain (Germ) Drolet

Tel: (613) 541-6000, ext: 6192 (office: S4100)

Email:`drolet-g@rmc.ca` - 3 lectures per week

2 tutorials/labs per week - Marking scheme:

Midterm #1: 10% Midterm #2: 10% Lab reports: 20% Final: 60% - Main references:
- Course notes available below.
- Adel S. Sedra, Kenneth C. Smith,
*Microelectronic Circuits*, Oxford University Press; 6-th edition, 2009, ISBN-10: 0195323033, ISBN-13: 978-0195323030.

- Course notes available below.
- Calendar description:
**EEE210: Electronic Devices and Circuits**

**Pre-requisite(s):**GEE241

**Semester:**Usually offered in the Winter

**Contact Hours:**3-2-5

**Credit:**1 - Use of mathematical software is encouraged:
*MAPLE*, C programming language,*MATLAB*,*MATHEMATICA*, ... - Reminder ...
Academic misconduct, including plagiarism, cheating, and other violations of academic ethics, is a serious academic infraction for which penalties may range from a recorded caution to expulsion from the College. The RMCC Academic Regulations Section 23 defines plagiarism as: “Using the work of others and attempting to present it as original thought, prose or work. This includes failure to appropriately acknowledge a source, misrepresentation of cited work, and misuse of quotation marks or attribution.” It also includes “the failure to acknowledge that work has been submitted for credit elsewhere.” All students should consult the published statements on Academic Misconduct contained in the

*Royal Military College of Canada Undergraduate Calendar*, Section 23. **Course evaluation (AY2018-2019)**

**Class Photo - AY 2019-2020:**

Formula sheets

Comparisons MOSFET vs BJT equations

- Solution of some problems in the course notes
- Review problems
- Review of Single Time Constant circuits (i.e. circuits with an exponential response)
- Example with non-linear dependent current source
- Summary of transistor formulas
- Circuits for Falstad's circuit simulator
- Example 2.1.1
- Example 2.1.1 with a triangular source input
- Example 2.1.2
- Asymmetrical Saw Tooth
- Falling edge detector
- Half-wave rectifier
- Full-wave rectifier
- AC-DC converter with voltage regulator
- Voltage multiplier
- Dynamic resistance of diode
- Section 3.4 example
- Section 3.5 example
- Section 3.6 common-source amplifier example
- Section 3.7 common-drain amplifier example
- Section 3.9 common-source amplifier problem
- Section 4.1 Biasing example
- Example 4.3.1

**Chapter 2: Diodes**- Ideal diode with capacitor solution
- Input-output characteristic with a Zener diode solution
- Zener diode with capacitor answers

**Chapter 3: MOSFETs**- Q-point of N-channel MOSFETs (with answers)
- DC bias of N-channel MOSFETn (with answers)
- Small signal AC model of MOSFET amplifiers (with answers)
- AC characteristics of MOSFET amplifiers (with some answers)

**Chapter 4: BJTs**

- Agilent Digital Multimeter - 34401A user manual
- Agilent Function Generator - 33210A user manual
- Tektronics oscilloscope - TDS2014 user manual
- Lab #0: Digilent's Analog Discovery Gizmo
- Lab #0.5: Diode simulation
- Multisim file circuit of example 2.1.1
- Multisim file circuit of example 2.1.2

- Lab #1: Transfer Characteristic of Circuits with Diodes
- Lab #2: Transfer Characteristic of Circuits with Diodes - Simulation
- Lab #3: Circuits with diodes and capacitors
- Lab #4: Simple power supply
- Lab #5: mosfet static characteristic and biasing
- spreadsheet template(
*libre office*)**(all currents are in mA)** - spreadsheet template(
*excel*)**(all currents are in mA)**

- spreadsheet template(
- Lab #6: Common source with unbypassed source resistor amplifier
- Lab #7: Biasing of a bipolar junction transistor
- Lab #8: Common emitter with unbypassed emitter
resistor amplifier
and the
*Multisim*file.

**External links: **

JAVA applet circuit simulator: http://www.falstad.com/circuit/

You tube video: How does a transistor work