Design, testing, and measurement of analog electronic circuits; differential and multistage amplifiers; output stages and power amplifiers; frequency response of amplifiers, high-frequency models of FETs and BJTs; introduction to feedback circuit topologies; use of electronic CAD tools such as P-SPICE. Prerequisite: ECE 2115
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Textbooks and Manuals
Microelectronic Circuits, Sedra
Schematic Capture/Elect Workbench Multisim (w/CD), Herniter
Parts Kits may be purchased from room SEH 5450. They contain all the necessary components for ECE 3125 laboratory kit. Check with the attendees in SEH 5450 for the current lab kit price. Only checks or Money Orders are accepted and must be made out to The George Washington University.
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