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# Electronic Amplifiers (EC 333)

University/Academy: Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime TransportFaculty/Institute: College of Engineering & TechnologyProgram: B.Sc. in Electronics & Communications EngineeringForm no. (12): Course Specification1- Course DataCourse Code: EC333 Course Title: Electronic Amplifiers Academic Year/Level: 3rd year / 6th semesterSpecialization: Electronics & Comm. Eng. No. of Instructional Units (hrs.) Prerequisite: Credit 3 Lecture 2 Tutorial 2 Practical 2 EC332 Contact 6 2- Course AimTo introduce students to the theory and design of electronic amplifiers and oscillators for different applications and different frequency ranges.3- Intended Learning Outcomesa- Knowledge and Understanding Ca1: Apply basic knowledge and concepts of mathematics and sciences and engineering principles to electronics systems.- explain the amplifier theory.- identify the concept of the feedback in amplifiers.- know and understand the theory of operation of sinusoidal oscillatortsDa1: Know the technology required to design, build, operate and maintain electronic systems analog or/and digital-know and understand the basics of IC fabrication technology realize amplifier circuits--perform circuit simulation for different amplifier configurations-perform testing and analyze errors-Da13: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of analyzing and design of electronic circuits and components.- summerize the amplifier performance for different configurations.- label different types of amplifiers (Power amplifiers, tuned amplifiers)b- Intellectual Skills Cb3: Select and apply appropriate scientific principles, graduates must be able to apply based methods for analyzing general electronic engineering systems.- Use the small signal model to determine the amplifier gain, input and output impedances for different configurations (CE, CB, CC, and Cascode configuration)Db6: Design and execute an individual project.- design and implementation of a wide band multistage amplifierFb1: Prepare an oral presentation.- To examine the amplifier''s frequency response. Gb7: Manipulate with the electronic circuits all the way form the discrete components level circuits analysis and design to the troubleshooting with emphasis on electronic power devices.- experiment and determine the amplifier response.- show the amplifier performance.- report the performance for different types of amplifiers.c- Professional and Practical Skills Cc1: Explain appropriate specifications for required devices.- Compare the main characteristics of BJT and MOSFET and their fields of applications Cc2: Use relevant laboratory equipment and analyze the results correctly.- prepare laboratory experiments to measure and verify the amplifier characteristics (gain, input and output resistances, distortion)Ec2: Use appropriate mathematical methods or IT tools.Use circuit simulators to predict amplifier performance- Ac1: Present work both in written and oral form.Dc3: Use appropriate analysis and design tools- analyze amplifier response through computer simulation and Lab experiment.- differentiate between the Frequency response of amplifiers.d- General Skills Cd2 : Assemble electronic and/or communication system to produce a final product.- Build, test and troubleshoot amplifier circuit and verify theoretical resultsCd4 : Prepare reports for the conducted experiments.- Propose a design to improve the gainCd5 : Use IT tools to follow continuous advancements in circuit technologies.Gd 1: Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.4- Course Content Week No.1 Course overview , classifications of amplifiers, design and defectsWeek No.2 Frequency response of BJT, and MOSFET. Week No.3 Low and high frequency response of amplifiers higfrequency response Week No.4 Bode plotWeek No.5 Video amplifier (low frequency compensation )Week No.6 Video amplifier (high frequency compensation )Week No.7 Power amplifiers ( classes of operations), class A PA.Week No.8 Complementary symmetry class B and AB PA power amplifiersWeek No.9 Tuned amplifier ( single tuned , double tuned )Week No.10 Tuned amplifier ( synchronous tuned , staggard tuned and synchronous staggard tuned )Week No.11 Feedback Week No.12 Sinusoidal oscillators ( RC oscillators )Week No.13 Sinusoidal oscillators ( LC oscillators )Week No.14 Course overview , classifications of amplifiers, design and defectsWeek No.15 Frequency response of BJT, and MOSFET. 5- Teaching and Learning Methods• Lectures • Tutorials• Reports & sheets• Presentations• Projects• Discussions • Problem Solving • Self-Learning • Site visits • Experimental • Brain storming 6-Teaching and Learning Methods for Students with Special Needs● Lectures ● Tutorials● Reports & sheets● Presentations● Projects● Discussions ● Problem Solving ● Self-Learning ● Site visits ● Experimental ● Brain storming Engineering Requirements and Design Considerations in college Buildings and its Leading Passages• The design of school parameters and pedestrian passages leading to it should be sloppy to allow for the transportation of the handicapped whether the handicapped are using wheeled chairs, crutches or prosthetic limbs.• Door arches should be wide enough to let wheel chairs pass through easily and conveniently.• Lifts should be provided for movement between floors.• Doors should be made from light weight materials to make it easy for the handicapped suffering from weakness in limb muscles or those handicapped using prosthetic limbs to deal with them with the least muscular effort.• Class floors should be made from non-slippery materials to prevent falls on the part of the handicapped.• Sudden change in the floor level should be prevented even if it is a slight change.Design Considerations of the Classes • Class boards should be placed at 60 cm high to allow wheeled chair users or those suffering from limited arm mobility use them.• Enough spaces should be left between seats and benches to prevent hindering the movement of wheeled chairs between them.• Handicapped students should sit among normal people in class to be able to interact with them. Nevertheless, in urgent cases according to the nature of the disability, the handicapped students sit in fixed suitable places whether at the front or the back of the class.• Handicapped students should sit close to the main exits of the class to be able to evacuate in case of emergencies like fires.• Academic Support:• Dr. Iman Gamal Morsi is appointed as an academic supervisor for handicapped students.• Constant follow up should be done for handicapped students after each assessment to evaluate their academic level of achievementConstruction Facility: Room number (234 A) is allocated and equipped with the essential educational tools for handicapped students.Academic Support:• Dr. Iman Gamal Morsi is appointed as an academic supervisor for handicapped students.Constant follow ups are done for handicapped students after each assessment to evaluate their academic level of achievement.7- Student Assessment     a- Procedures used 1. Written Examinations2. Oral Examinations3. Practical Examinations4. Assignments5. Presentations 6. Reports7. Quizes8. Projects9. Final Examinationb- Schedule and Weighing of Assessment Assessment 1 7th Week 30%Assessment 2 12th Week 20%Assessment 3 Final Exam 40%Assessment 4 Continuous Assessments 10% Total: 100%8- List of References:a- Course Notes Notes are handed-out to the students throughout the semester.b- Required Books (Textbooks) Fundamentals of microelectronic circuits, Behzad Razavi, Mc Graw-Hill international Edition 2006.c- Recommended Books • Microelectronic circuits, Sedra & Smith, Oxford University Press, Fifth edition, 2004.• Electronic circuit design, Roden , Carpenter and Wieserman, Discovery Press, Fourth Edition, 2002d- Periodicals, Web Sites, etc. N/ACourse Coordinator Head of DepartmentName: Prof. Dr Roshdy Abdelrassoul Name: Prof. Dr. Maha SharkasSignature: Signature: