PHYS 2371: Electronics
Lecture - 3 credits
- Covers the physics underlying computers and our modern electronic world.
- Focuses on principles of semiconductor devices (diodes, transistors, integrated circuits, LEDs, photovoltaics); analog techniques (amplification, AC circuits, resonance); digital techniques (binary numbers, NANDs, logic gates, and circuits); electronic subsystems (operational amplifiers, magnetoelectronics, optoelectronics); and understanding commercial electronic equipment.
- Lab experiments are designed to investigate the properties of discrete and integrated devices and use them to design and build circuits.
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