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EEĀ 357 Electronics I 3 Cr.

The basic building blocks used in electronic engineering are studied. Diodes, bipolar transistors, and MOS transistors are modeled and then used to describe the operation of logic gates and amplifiers. Emphasis is placed on the operation and applications of standard integrated circuit chips. 3 Lecture hours. Prerequisite: EE 204.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Professor Jacques Beneat (Chair); Associate Professor Michael Prairie; Assistant Professors Michael Cross and Ali Al Bataineh.

Engineering

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...EE 204 , EE 215 , EE 303 , EE 321 , EE 350 , EE 356 , EE 357 , EE...

Electrical & Computer Engineering

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...4 EE 356 Electrical Circuits II 3 EE 204 Electrical Circuits I 3 EE 357...