DEE30043 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

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DEE30043 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS by Mind Map: DEE30043 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

1. TOPIC 1:LINEAR DC POWER SUPPLY

1.1. Transformer

1.1.1. Step Up

1.1.2. Step down

1.2. Rectifier

1.2.1. Half Wave

1.2.2. Full Wave

1.2.3. Bridge

1.3. Regulator

1.3.1. Filter

1.4. Voltage Divider

2. 10. Communicate effectively on well-defined engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, by being able to comprehend the work of others, document their own work, and give and receive clear instructions.

3. Schuler, C. A. (2003). Electronics: Principles and applications. New York: Glencoe McGraw-Hill

3.1. Floyd, T. L. (2008). Electronic devices: Conventional current version. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

4. 5. Apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools to well-defined engineering problems, with an awareness of the limitations (DK6).

5. Thomas E. Hoyd (2008). Robert T. Paynter (2006). Introductory Electronic Devices and Circuits (Seventh Edition), Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall.

6. TOPIC 5: FILTERS

6.1. Concept & Operation

6.2. Types

6.2.1. Active

6.2.1.1. Low

6.2.1.2. High

6.2.1.3. Bandpass

6.2.2. Passive

6.2.2.1. Low

6.2.2.2. High

6.2.2.3. Bandpass

6.3. RC

6.4. LC

6.5. ∏ RC FILTER

6.6. Application

7. TOPIC 6:AD/DA CONVERTERS

7.1. DAC

7.1.1. The R/2R ladder

7.1.2. Binary-Weighted

7.2. Application

7.3. ADC

7.3.1. Digital Ramp Converter (DRC)

7.3.2. Successive Approximation Converter (SAC)

8. 1. Apply knowledge of applied mathematics, applied science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialisation as specified in DK1 to DK4

9. Overview

9.1. PN MAZURAIDA BINTI ABDULLAH

9.2. DEE30043:ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

10. Reading List

10.1. Paynter, R. T. (2006). Introductory electronic devices and circuits: Electron flow version. Upper Saddle River, N.J: Pearson Prentice Hall.

10.2. Paynter, R. T. (2006). Introductory electronic devices and circuits: Conventional flow version. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

11. Course Topics

11.1. Program Learning Outcomes (PLO)

11.2. TOPIC 2:OSCILLATORS

11.2.1. Category

11.2.1.1. Sinusoidal

11.2.1.2. Non sinusoidal

11.2.2. Phase shift

11.2.3. Types

11.2.3.1. RC

11.2.3.2. Wein Bridge

11.2.3.3. LC

11.2.3.3.1. Colpitt

11.2.3.3.2. Hartley

11.2.3.3.3. Armstrong

11.2.3.3.4. Crystal Oscillator

11.3. TOPIC 3:OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER (OP-AMP)

11.3.1. Non Inverting

11.3.2. Inverting

11.3.3. Differential

11.3.4. Integrator

11.3.5. Summing

11.4. TOPIC 4:TIMER

11.4.1. Types

11.4.1.1. Monostable

11.4.1.2. Astable

11.4.1.3. Bistable

11.4.2. Characteristic & Operation

11.5. Application

12. Exam info

12.1. Structure (80m)

12.1.1. T1(LINEAR DC POWER SUPPLY) & T2(OSCILLATORS)

12.1.2. T4(TIMER)

12.1.3. T5(FILTERS)

12.1.4. T6(AD/DA CONVERTERS)

12.2. Essay (20m)

12.2.1. T3(OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER (OP-AMP)

13. Continuous Assessment (CA)

13.1. Malvino, A., & Bates, D. (2016). Electronic principles. New York

13.2. Quiz (2)

13.2.1. 5%

13.3. Theory Test (1)

13.3.1. 10%

13.4. Practical Work (6)

13.4.1. 25%

13.5. Practical Test (1)

13.5.1. 5%

13.6. EOC (1)

13.6.1. 15%

14. Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

14.1. Apply the principles of electronic circuits devices by using block diagram or circuit diagram. (C3, PLO 1)

14.2. Demonstrate good written communication skill through essay writing in group within a stipulated time frame. (A3,PLO 10)

14.3. Construct the various applications of electronic circuits based on the theory and principle operation of the circuits. (P4, PLO 5)

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