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In this course, you will learn how to build and analyze basic circuits. Topics include passive DC and AC circuits including filters, resonance, complex impedance and Fourier analysis, operational amplifiers, semiconductor diodes, and transistors.
T and Th 9:00 - 11:50
Weniger 300/302 (lab) and Weniger 328 (Classroom)
PH 411: Electronics meets up to 6 hours per week (Tu and Th for 3 hours) for 10 weeks for a total of 3 credits.
Strongly Recommended: PH 213
|Matt W. Graham||MW 2-3||
|Mans Mattson (TA)|
Participants shall be able to:
Graduate (PH 511) shall in addition to the above be able to: Develop a new experiment that either measures additional properties of a circuit, or designs and tests a new circuit.
Attendance (2%), Preliminary data (5%), and On-time submissions (3%): 10%,
Problem Sets: 10%,
Lab reports: 80%.
Students are expected to abide by all university rules regarding student conduct and academic honesty: http://studentlife.oregonstate.edu/code
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