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EKT 102/3 BASIC ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (ASAS KEJURUTERAAN ELEKTRONIK). EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering. WHAT IS ELECTRONIC DEVICES ?. Concerned with or using devices that operate on principles governing the behavior of electrons such as: Diode Transistor Integrated Circuit (IC).
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EKT 102/3BASIC ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (ASAS KEJURUTERAAN ELEKTRONIK)
EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering WHAT IS ELECTRONIC DEVICES ? • Concerned with or using devices that operate on principles governing the behavior of electrons such as: • Diode • Transistor • Integrated Circuit (IC)
EKT 102- Basic Electronic EngineeringWHY YOU NEED TO LEARN THIS COURSE? • The electronic gadgets such as cellular phones, wireless LANs, computer and audio system exist as a result of advance electronic technology nowadays. • Electronic systems are consist of variety of components and each of these components operates according to one or more fundamental principles. • To operate with these system, we need to learn the components and principles that are common to all of them. • This course serves as a foundation for the next course.
EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering COURSE OUTCOMES • CO1 : Ability to understand the fundamental concept of electronic device. • CO2 : Ability to recognize the basic operation of electronic devices such as diodes, BJT and FET transistors. • CO3 : Ability to design and analyze the basic biasing circuits using data sheets. • CO4 : Ability to apply both theoritical and practical aspect of electronic devices application.
EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering LECTURER i) Mdm. NurBayaBinti Mohd Hashim Room: KKF8, Kuala Perlis, UniMAP Tel: 04-9854067 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering COURSE INFORMATION Lecture’s Time Table
EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering COURSE INFORMATION • Lectures • - 3 hours/ week ( 3 x14 weeks = 42 hours) • - Please bring your own lecture note. Print from portal. • www.portal.edu.my • - Read the related topics in text book before came • to the class. • Assignment/ Quiz • Test • First test : Chapter 1,2 and 3 (Week 7) • Second test : Chapter 4,5 and 6 (Week 13)
EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering COURSE INFORMATION • Assignment • - 2 hours / weeks ( 2 x 6 weeks = 12 hours) • - Total 6 assignment throughout the semester. • Tutorial • - Tutorial 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 • Test • - Test 1 and Test 2 • Final Exam
EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering LIST OF CHAPTERS • CHAPTER 1 - Semiconductor Material • CHAPTER 2 - The Diode Applications • CHAPTER 3 - Special-Purpose Diodes • CHAPTER 4 - Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs) • CHAPTER 5 - Transistor Bias Circuits • CHAPTER 6 - Field-Effect Transistors (FETs)
EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering LIST OF ASSIGNMENT 1 – Introduction to Diode (3rdWeek) 2– Diode as Rectifiers (5thWeek) 3 – Zener Diode and Voltage Regulation (6thWeek) 4- Current and Voltage Characteristics of BJT(9th Week) 7-Voltage Divider Biasing (10th Week) 8- JFET Characteristics (12th Week)
EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering ASSESMENT • Theory Test = 10% [Test 1 and Test 2] • Assignments + Quiz = 30% • Final Exam = 50% • Total Marks = 100%
EKT 102- Basic Electronic Engineering ASSESMENT • Lecture notes – portal UniMAP, under ‘Kejuruteraan Komputer dan Perhubungan’, semester 1 sesi akademik 2009/2010, EKT 102: Basic Electronic Engineering. • Text book: • Thomas L.Floyd, Electronic Devices Conventional Current Version, 9th edition, Prentice Hall (2007) • References and additional reading: • Robert T. Paynter, Introductory Electronic Devices and Circuits, 6th Edition, Prentice Hall • Robert L. Boylestad, Louis Nashelsky, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, 8th Edition, Prentice Hall • Donald A. Neamen, Semiconductor Physics and Devices, 3th Edition, McGraw-Hill