Introduction to Circuit Electronics Lab
Resistance Measurements and Color Codes
Linear and Non-Linear Resistance
Theoretical concepts of basic electronics presented in a laboratory environment and through practical hands-on experiments. Basic fundamentals of engineering practices covering International System of Units, engineering notation and prefixes definitions of current, voltage, resistance, power, work and efficiency, Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Laws, series and parallel circuit principles, and series-parallel DC resistive networks are examined.
Operational Amplifiers Lab
Practical Op-Amp Integrator
Practical Op-Amp Differentiator
Differential Amplifier with RE and Current Mirror Biasing
Operational Amplifier Frequency Response
Operational Amplifier Input Offset Parameters
Op-Amp hardware laboratory using experiments, available components and instrumentation to verify lecture course material, Operational Amplifiers. Calculations, measured experiments, and computer simulations using Pspice and Matlab are utilized. Ideal op-amps and operational amplifier model, current-to-voltage and voltage-to-current converters, integrator and differentiator amplifiers, circuit design, BJT Bipolar transistor current mirror, BJT differential pair, small signal equivalent circuit analysis, differential and common mode gains, input impedances, amplifier feedback and stability, ideal closed-loop signal gain, gain sensitivity, bandwidth extension, Bode Plots, Pole Amplifier, phase gain and phase margins, frequency compensation theory, closed-loop frequency response, Miller Effects, Miller Compensation, non-ideal amplifier effects, finite open-loop gain, inverting and non-inverting closed-loop gain, non-zero output resistance, offset voltages, bias currents, slew rate, amplifier temperature effects and Common mode rejection ratio.