Solid State Electronics II: Microelectronics

Solid State Electronics II: Microelectronics

Course Number: EE X400.05

3 units

A study of diodes and bipolar semiconductor devices, including static and dynamic characteristics, biasing-techniques, thermal considerations of solid state devices and a study of field-effect MOSFET devices and their characteristics as opposed to bipolar semiconductors. Solid State pulse amplifiers, large scale AF amplifiers, oscillators, AM-FM receivers, Pulse generators, sawtooth generators, advance applications of Junction diodes and transistors, MOSFET transistors and other semiconductor designs.

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