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EEE393 Basic Electrical

Engineering
Kadir A. Peker
kpeker@bilkent.edu.tr
Tel: x5406

Book:

Circuits, Devices and Systems


Ralph J. Smith
5th edition
Will follow loosely

Home page:

www.bilkent.edu.tr/~kpeker
(Schedule, syllabus etc)
STARS

Grading

Midterm 1
Midterm 2
Final
Quiz
HW

25%
25%
35%
10%
5%

HOMEWORK 5%

Once every 1-2 week

Will drop 2 worst of homework grades


%20 off each late day (starting after class, same day)
May grade only some problems in the HW
(without telling beforehand)

Do not copy from others (but you can discuss)

Want you to:


1-review during the week (open the book at least once)
2-Learn the mechanics of problem solving
(you may think you know when you see it in the class; but you
dont, until you do it yourself)

Some quiz questions from HW (same or similar)

Schedule
Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

08:40 - 09:30

Thursday

Friday

CTIS154-01 C216
CTIS154-01
C216

09:40 - 10:30

CTIS154-02 C216

10:40 - 11:30

Office Hour

11:40 - 12:30

Office Hour

12:40 - 13:30
13:40 - 14:30
14:40 - 15:30

15:40 - 16:30

Office Hour

CTIS154-02
C216

CTIS154-03
C216

EEE 393-01

Office Hour

EEE 393-01

Department
Meeting

CTIS154-03 C216

Commitee
Meeting

16:40 - 17:30

Other times: E-mail preferred. Can call. Can drop by and see if I am busy or not.

What is electrical
...areas ranging from wireless communications to biomedical
engineering
diagnostics...

Fuel-efficient power generation, electronic speech recognition,


self-assembling molecular electronics ...
Advanced Energy Technologies, Speech-Based and Haptic
Human-Computer Interfaces, Distributed and "Smart" Sensor
Design, Streaming and Broadcast Multimedia,
Electromagnetics and Remote Sensing, Systems-on-a-chip
Design and Testing, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Signal
Processing and Compression, Mechatronics and Genome
Automation, Advanced Wireless Networks and
Communications, Microelectromechanical Systems, and
Nanotechnology
Ovelap with CS, bioelectronics...
Nowadays, more code and algoriths then devices

Core Areas

Computer Hardware, Computer Software,


Controls, Communications and Signal
Processing, Electronics, Fields and Waves
Signals and systems, electronics, digital
systems

Electricity is a means for


information
Electricity Carries
Energy
Heater, vacuum cleaner, motors, ...

Information
Analog signals

Digital signals

Sensor readings, analog


communicatins, TV signals,
control signals, button press
(doorbell)

Digital communication,
computer networks,
microcontrollers, ...

TV, LCD displays (info + elect. -> light)


Audio amplifiers (info + elect.-> sound)

Signals, systems, communication,


control, computer software, etc
=> mostly theory of info processing
Electronics, circuits, digital design,
power, electromechanics, sensors, etc.
=> Physical representation and
manipulation of info and energy

Sometimes information dominates completely (e.g. nformation theory started from electrical
communications, but now is almost a completely mathematical field)
Signal and image processing (e.g. Mpeg and mp3) mostly all about algorithms.

Our emphasis

Circuits basics
Signals and systems
Electronics
Digital design

Want you to learn basics of these subjects

Simple but powerful


ideas, concepts, analytical tools

Basic Ideas: Circuits Basics

Circuit elements

Resistor, capacitor, inductor, voltage and current sources,


etc.

Element equations.
Device modeling.

Solving a circuit

Kirchoff, reduction, equivalent circuits, superposition,...

Review of circuits from physics, + some more

Start AC circuits (capacitors and inductors) =>


Transition to dynamic systems

Basic Ideas: Signals and


Systems

Linearity. Linear time invarient systems.


Time domain and the transform domain
(Fourier: signals, spectrum, bandwidth.
Laplace: systems, stability, feedback)

There are different ways to view the same data

The impulse response

These are very fundamental concepts in EE


(and in many other engineering fields)

Basic Ideas: Electronics

Semiconductor basics

Diodes and transistors

What is all the fuss about the transistor?

What does it do?


Where is it used?
How is it used?

Meet the Op-Amp

Cool things you can build using an op-amp

Basic Ideas: Digital Design

Know the toolset

Gates (AND,NAND,OR,NOT,...)
Flip-flops, counters, registers, memory, ...
Microcontrollers,...

State-machines. Digital system design.