- 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.

**Class Photo - AY 2018-2019:**

Formula sheets

- 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-outpout 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 #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 (Multisim file)
- 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

Germain Drolet 2019-02-08