Linear Electronics Laboratory (1) Laboratory study of transistors; study of differential and operational amplifiers. Emphasis is placed on circuit design.
EET 221 Linear Electronics Laboratory (1)
Linear Electronics Laboratory is the experimental laboratory course that supports EET 216, the second electronics course. The lab meets each week in a single 2-hour session during which students work with the actual devices discussed in the EET 216 lectures and build and test the circuits analyzed in class. This gives them an opportunity to understand, first-hand, the practical implications of the theory and analytical models covered in class. Experimental topics that are covered in EET 221 include diode and rectifier circuits, BJT and FET biasing techniques, common BJT and FET amplifier designs, power supply circuits, and IC power supply regulators. Many lab exercises are supported by computer simulations using industry-standard simulation software.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.