Friday, April 16, 2010

Circuits 2


The prerequisite of this course is Circuits 1. This course concentrates on the concepts and operation of resistors, inductors and capacitors. It starts with the RL, RC and RLC combination circuits. It also tackles responses of these circuits to varying frequency and their resonance.


To understand the concepts and principles of RLC circuits, their importance to modern technology and be familiar with the different networks of filter.


After taking the course, the students should be able to know how to design a circuit that would allow a certain frequency to pass and demonstrate the response of an RLC circuit.


The course intends to develop in students the value of patience, discipline, cooperation, responsibility and determination in performing every activities and completing their projects and requirements.

Lecture Notes:

1. Presentation 1
2. Presentation 2
3. Presentation 3
4. Presentation 4
5. Presentation 5
6. Presentation 6
7. Presentation 7

  1. April 19, 2010
  2. April 22, 2010
  3. April 23, 2010
  4. April 27, 2010

Laboratory Projects:

* Prelim
* Midterm
* Finals

Electronics 1

Course Description
The course deals with the study of basic electronics devices, its materials, construction characteristics and operations as well as its different applications in the field of electronics, communications and other industrial applications.

Overall Objective
To present a complete perspective of major electronic devices and comprehensive analysis to its operation, computations, and applications.

Course Objective
After taking the course, the students should be able to understand the operations of different transistor configurations, obtain the knowledge of how to design regulated power supply.

The course intends to develop in students the value of appreciation, discipline, patience, perseverance in solving problems, orderliness and neatness in presenting solutions to problems, honesty on quizzes, examinations and homework, and sense of responsibility in fulfilling assigned task.


  1. Semiconductor Diodes
  2. Diode Applications
  3. Bipolar Junction Transistor
  4. BJT DC Biasing
  5. Field Effect Transistor
  6. FET Biasing
  7. DC Power Supply