18-220: Electronic Devices and Analog Circuits

Units: 12

This course covers fundamental topics that are common to a wide variety of electrical engineering devices and systems. The topics include an introduction to semiconductor devices and technology, DC circuit analysis techniques, operational amplifiers, energy storage elements, sinusoidal steady-state response, frequency domain analysis, filters, and transient response of first- and second-order systems. The laboratories allow students to use modern electronic instrumentation and to build and operate circuits that address specific concepts covered in the lectures, including semiconductor devices and sensors, layout, operational amplifiers, filters, signal detection and processing, power converters and circuit transients.

3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. rec., 3 hrs. lab.

Prerequisites: 18-100

Corequisite: 18-202 and 33107


Areas:

Circuits

Designations:

Core
Last modified on 2009-02-03

Links:

Blackboard

Current session:

This course is currently being offered.

Past semesters:

F13, S13, F12, S12, F11, S11, F10, S10, F09, S09, F08, S08, F07, S07, F06, S06, F05, S05, F04