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To give understanding on how current flows through the p-n junction and relating this phenomena to the characteristics and operation of the diodes, bipolar and field-effect
To expose students to the function and application of the diodes, bipolar junction and field effect transistors in electronic circuits.
Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and physics in Electronic Engineering
Course Entry Requirements:
Ability to use techniques, skills and engineering tools necessary for solving Electrical and Electronic Engineering problems
1. The semiconductor physics of the intrinsic, p and n materials.
2. The characteristics of the p-n junction.
3. The characteristics of the diode and the diode’s application in electronic circuits .
4. Understanding the BJT. The characteristics of BJT and BJT types.
5. Understanding the MOSFET.
6. Understanding the JFET.
Course projection and exercises tasks
Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Ability to use current techniques, skills and engineering tools necessary for solving Electrical and Electronic Engineering problems
Ability to design and develop an Electrical and Electronic Engineering system in fulfilling desired needs within practical constraints
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Final exam - 60% of final grade
Practical tasks - 40% of final grade
G.Brezeanu, A. Rusu,
R. Muller, T. Kamins,
Devices Electronics for Integrated Circuits, Wiley and Sons
, New York
A. Sedra, K.C. Smith,
Microelectronic Circuits, Oxford University Press