|Instructor: ||Jones |
|e-mail: ||firstname.lastname@example.org |
|Title: ||Electronic Techniques for Research |
|Offering: ||Spring 2020, Class 3, Lab 3, cr. 4 |
|Lecture: ||EE 222, 10:30-11:45 am T,Th |
|Lab : ||PHYS 346, 2:30-5:20 pm, T,W |
|Office: ||Phys 378, Tuesday and Thursday after class or whenever. |
|Text: ||Martin Plonus,
"Electronics and Communications for Scientists and Engineers"|
| ||Martin Hartley Jones,
"A practical introduction to electronic circuits"|
| ||(recommended but optional)|
A summary of modern electronics currently used in research. The goal is to
provide students with sufficient understanding to analyze and design analog
and digital circuits of moderate complexity. Practical aspects of circuit
analysis and design will be emphasized. Examples will be selected to
illustrate applications of electronics used in the instrumentation
of modern physics experiments. An overview of technologies available for
a variety of instrumentation applications will be provided.
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|Grading: ||Assignments (30%), 3 exams (40%), lab (30%)|
|Lab:||Follow this link...
||First mid-term: February 25 - Solutions|
|Second mid-term: March 31|
|Final exam: Thursday, May 7th, 8:00 am EDT - May 8th, 8:00 am EDT.
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|Assignments:||Assignment #1 - Due January 28, 2020 - Solutions...|
|Assignment #2 - Due February 11, 2020 - Solutions...|
|Assignment #3 - Due February 20, 2020 - Solutions...|
|Assignment #4 - Due March 26, 2020 - Solutions...|
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