Electronic Devices and Circuits
(formerly: Introduction to Electronic Circuits)

The Engineering Sciences 154
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Fall Term 2001-2002

Please note that the content and emphasis of Engineering Sciences 154 has been changed significantly over the last two years.   In its new format  Engineering Sciences 154 presents a basic introduction to physical models of the operation of semiconductor devices and examines the design and operation of important circuits that utilize these devices. The primary aim is to provide a solid foundation for students who intend to continue in electrical engineering in the areas of circuit and device design.  Laboratory work in the course emphasizes measurements on actual electronic circuits as well as the utilization of a standard computer circuit simulation program called SPICE.

This page was prepared and is maintained by R. Victor Jones
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Last updated January 6, 2002