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EE203 - Electronics I

Course Description

This course is a core course in electronic circuits which is taught to electrical, system, and computer engineering students. It introduces the basic electronics circuit devices (diodes and transistors). Moreover, it develops in students the ability to analyze and design electronic circuits. This course constitutes of five modules. First one introduces the most fundamental electronic device, the diode. Second unite study the bipolar junction transistor (BJT). The field-effect transistor (FET) is presented in the third module. Fourth unit introduces MOS and BJT digital circuits. Last unit covers an important amplifier topology which is the differential amplifier. A core course in electrical, system, and computer engineering departments. 4 credit hours (3 Lecture & 1 Lab) Learners are third year collage students whose major is electrical, system, or computer engineering.


Semester Instructor(s)
EE203 - Fall 2006/2007
  • Dr. Alaa El-Din Hussein
  • EE203 - Spring 2006/2007
  • Dr. Hussain Al-Zaher
  • EE203 - Spring 2007/2008
  • Dr. Alaa El-Din Hussein
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