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School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science EE216 Electronics -1 EE216 Fall 2011 1

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

EE216 Electronics -1

EE-216 ELECTRONICS -I

Course Instructor:

Asst Professor Saleem Iftekhar

Contact Information:

Office:

Email address:

A118

saleem.iftekhar@seecs.edu.pk

Class Schedule:

Section A:

Section B:

MON, THR, FRI 9:00–10:00 AM MON, TUE 2:00–3:00 FRI: 12:00 – 1:00 PM

EE-216 ELECTRONICS -I

Acknowledgement:

the most of the slides used in this course have been taken from the course material provided in the CD accompanying the two text books mentioned below. Some of the slides have been modified and some new slides have been added. The author would like to appreciate and give full credit to the efforts of the original creator of the slides and would categorically mention that the material used is purely for academic purpose and not whatsoever for commercial use.

The author of these slides acknowledges that

No commercial use of these slides is either intended and all those accessing this material are advised to use this material only for academic non-commercial purpose.

Microelectronic Circuits Sixth Edition,

by Sedra, Smith Oxford University Press

Fundamentals of Microelectronics, by Behzad Razavi, John Wiley & Sons Inc

Asst Professor Saleem Iftekhar

Welcome to applications of circuit analysis into the world of Electronics Let us learn form

Welcome to applications of circuit analysis into the world of Electronics

of circuit analysis into the world of Electronics Let us learn form questioning each other ………

Let us learn form questioning each other ………

…………………………………other wise we may use this technique …

Punctuality …. Stick to deadlines …
Punctuality ….
Stick to deadlines …
Start work from day one …. Consult your professor to remove doubts … Importance of
Start work from day one ….
Consult your professor to remove doubts …
Importance of text Book and notes ……
LMS will be used to upload slides, notes, relevant
material

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EE216 Electronics -1

Lecture

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Course Introduction and Policies

This is a first of two course series which will introduce you to realm of Electronics and in particular lay the foundations of the knowledge that will serve as the building blocks for Microelectronics.

Text Book: Microelectronic Circuits Sixth Edition, by Sedra, Smith Course Outline and Policies are uploaded on LMS

Fundamentals of Microelectronics

CH1 Signals and Amplifies

CH3 Physics of Semiconductors

CH4 The Diode

CH6 Bipolar Junction Transistors

CH5 MOSFET

CH3 Physics of Semiconductors • CH4 The Diode • CH6 Bipolar Junction Transistors • CH5 MOSFET

C H A P T E R

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Signals and Amplifiers

Why Microelectronics?

Electronics versus Microelectronics

Example of Electronic System: Cellular Telephone

Cellular Technology

Cellular Technology • An important example of microelectronics. • Microelectronics exist in black boxes that process

An important example of microelectronics.

Microelectronics exist in black boxes that process the received and transmitted voice signals.

Frequency Up-conversion

Frequency Up-conversion • Voice is “up-converted” by multiplying two sinusoids. • When multiplying two sinusoids

Voice is “up-converted” by multiplying two sinusoids.

When multiplying two sinusoids in time domain, their spectra are convolved in frequency domain.

Receiver

Receiver • High frequency is translated to DC by multiplying by f C . • A

High frequency is translated to DC by multiplying by f C .

A low-noise amplifier is needed for signal boosting without excessive noise.

Transmitter

Transmitter • Two frequencies are multiplied and radiated by an antenna in (a). • A power

Two frequencies are multiplied and radiated by an antenna in (a).

A power amplifier is added in (b) to boost the signal.

Receiver

Receiver • High frequency is translated to DC by multiplying by f C . • A

High frequency is translated to DC by multiplying by f C .

A low-noise amplifier is needed for signal boosting without excessive noise.

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