PS 146.1: Physical Electronics, Laboratory

Course Number and Title: PS 146.1 (Physical Electronics, Laboratory)
Date Revised: Oct. 8, 2010
Number of Units: 1
Prerequisites: PS 53, PS 53.1
 

Course Description:
This course is the laboratory component on electronic devices and circuit theory. The laboratory aims to develop in the students the appropriate skill in the operation of electrical instrument like the multimeter, function generator, and oscilloscope through laboratory activities related to the methods of analysis of DC circuits, circuit theorems, first and second-order AC circuits, characteristics and functions of different analog electrical components and devices like resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors, and operational amplifiers.
 

Bibliography:
Boylestad, R. (2005). Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory (10th ed). USA: Prentice Hall.
Boylestad, R. and Monsenn, F. (2008). Lab Manual for Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory (10th ed). USA: Prentice Hall.
Dorf, R. and Suoboda, J. (2004). Introduction to Electric Circuits (6th ed). USA: Wiley.
Floyd, T. and Buchla, D. (2010). Electronics Fundamentals: Circuits, Devices & Applications (8th ed). USA: Prentice Hall.
Horowitz, P. and Hill, W. (1989). The Art of Electronics. USA: Cambridge University Press.
Malvino, A. and Bates, D. (2006). Electronic Principles with Simulation CD. USA: Career Education.
Meade, R. and Diffenderfer, R. (2006). Foundations of Electronics: Circuits & Devices Conventional Flow. USA: Delmar Cengage Learning.
Senturia, S. and Wedlock, B. (1992). Electronic Circuits and Applications. USA: Krieger Publishing.
Tietze, U., Schenk, C., and Gamm, E. (2008). Electronic Circuits: Handbook for Design and Application (2nd ed). USA: Springer.
Tocci, R., Widmer, N., and Moss, G. (2010). Digital Systems: Principles and Applications (11th ed). USA: Prentice Hall.
 

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