ENEE 306/307 Spring 2005

Final examination (close-book, written, no calculation/no calculator/no cell phone): Thursday, May 18, from 8 - 10 am., ARM 0131

·        Schedule

·        Progress

·        Laboratory#1 handout (PN junction diode i-v curve and n-MOSFET i-v curve measurement)

·        Laboratory#2 handout (n-MOS CS amplifier)

·        HEF4007UB data

·        Laboratory#3 handout (p-MOS i-v curve, CMOS linear amplifier, and CMOS inverter)

·        Laboratory#4 handout (n-MOS current mirror and n-MOS differential pair amplifier)

·        Dumping traces from the new digital scope to PC: ask your TA. (Use Internet Explorer, and fill in the correct IP address in the URL: http://129...)

·        Laboratory#5 handout (bipolar transistor i-v curve measurement)

·        Laboratory#5 handout (2N3904 npn bipolar transistor amplifier in the common-emitter configuration)

·        Laboratory#6 handout (2N3904 npn bipolar transistor amplifier in the common-collector configuration)

·        Laboratory#7 handout (LF353 operational amplifier: amplifier, filter, integrator, and multivibrator)

·        Laboratory#8 handout (CMOS implementation of SRAM, NOR, and NAND logic gates)

·        There are 8 laboratories to do for this semester. For those of you who finish early, there are additional laboratories to do, with bonus points. Those projects will be posted soon.

·        Bonus (and to keep entertain our enthusiastic terps): Laboratory#9 handout (AM modulation and demodulation)

·        Laboratory#10 handout (Quartz tuning fork oscillator)

 

 

·        Prelab report instruction

·        Postlab report instruction

·        The grades of enee303 and enee307 will not be combined into one grade. The description at http://www.sis.umd.edu/bin/soc?crs=enee307&sec=&term=200601 is an error.

 

Electronic Circuits Design Laboratory; (2 credits) Grade Method: REG.
Prerequisite: ENEE 302. Students will design, construct and test analog and digital circuits at the transistor level. Bipolar and field effect transistors will be covered. Circuits designed will include common emitter and differential amplifiers, active filter, TTL and CMOS logic gates. Students should gain much of the background required for the design of modern microelectronic circuits.

 

ENEE306

0101(25431) Yang, C. (FULL: Seats=12, Open=0, Waitlist=2)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

M......... 1:00pm- 4:00pm (AVW 1330) Lab

0103(25433) Yang, C. (FULL: Seats=12, Open=0, Waitlist=1)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

Tu........ 9:30am-12:30pm (AVW 1330) Lab

0105(25434) Yang, C. (FULL: Seats=12, Open=0, Waitlist=0)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

F.........11:00am- 2:00pm (AVW 1330) Lab

0108(25437) Yang, C. (Seats=12, Open=5, Waitlist=0)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

Th........12:30pm- 3:30pm (AVW 1330) Lab

0109(25438) Yang, C. (Seats=12, Open=1, Waitlist=0)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

Th........ 4:00pm- 7:00pm (AVW 1330) Lab

0111(25439) Yang, C. (FULL: Seats=12, Open=0, Waitlist=1)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

Tu........ 4:00pm- 7:00pm (AVW 1330) Lab

0112(25440) Yang, C. (FULL: Seats=12, Open=0, Waitlist=1)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

W......... 4:00pm- 7:00pm (AVW 1330) Lab

 

ENEE307

0101(25441) Yang, C. (Seats=12, Open=4, Waitlist=0)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

M......... 9:00am-12:00pm (AVW 1330) Lab

0102(25442) Yang, C. (FULL: Seats=12, Open=0, Waitlist=4)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

M......... 4:00pm- 7:00pm (AVW 1330) Lab

0104(25444) Yang, C. (FULL: Seats=12, Open=0, Waitlist=2)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

W......... 1:00pm- 4:00pm (AVW 1330)

0105(25445) Yang, C. (Seats=12, Open=4, Waitlist=0)

W.........12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

Tu........ 1:00pm- 4:00pm (AVW 1330)

 

Prof. Chia-Hung Yang (http://www.ece.umd.edu/~yang)

·        Office: Room 1323, AVWII

·        Office hours: Monday 4-5p.m., and Wednesday 4-5p.m.

·        Phone: (301)405-3673; e-mail: yang@ece.umd.edu

 

·        Laboratory manual by Prof. Goldsman

·        Weekly lectures: Wednesday, 12:00pm-12:50pm (CHM 1402)

·        Grading method: 90% laboratory performance, and 10% written final examination; Grading: 5points for prelab report, 5 (=2+3) for lab. activity, and 5 points for postlab report; the final examination is mandatory, and your final score should be consistent with your laboratory performance.

·        Final exam: Close-book, written exam. --- DO NOT bring a calculator

·        Laboratory Teaching Assistant: see listing in “schedule” near the top of this page

·        Academic calendar for SPRING TERM 2006

Classes Start 1/25/06 (Wednesday)

Spring Break 3/20/06 (Monday) through 3/24/06 (Friday)

Last Class 5/11/06 (Thursday)

Study Day 5/12/06 (Friday)

Final Exams Start 5/13/06 (Saturday)

Final Exams End 5/19/06 (Friday)

Senior Day 5/20/06 (Saturday)

Main Spring Commencement Ceremony 5/21/06 (Sunday Evening)

College Commencement Ceremonies 5/22/06 (Monday)

ENEE303 by Prof. Newcomb