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ECET 2300 Electronics I
A study of the characteristics, analysis, and practical applications of diodes, BJTs, and FETs. Semiconductor theory, biasing, stability and small-signal models of BJTs and FETs are included. The course covers an introduction to the characteristics of the ideal op-amp including some basic op-amp circuits. Laboratory exercises include proto-boarding, designing and analyzing selected circuits.
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