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3201. Electronic Circuit Design and Analysis

4.00 credits

Prerequisites: ECE 2001; open only to students in the School of Engineering. This course and ECE 3608 or ECE 3609 may not both be taken for credit.

Grading Basis: Graded

Physical electronics underlying the operation of electronic devices. Diodes, diode models, and diode circuits. Transistors, transistor models, and transistor circuits. DC, small signal, and frequency analysis of transistor amplifiers. Compound transistor configurations. Computer analysis tools. Diode and transistor circuits are constructed and tested in the laboratory. A laboratory report is required for each experiment.


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Term Campus Instruction Mode Instructor Section Session Schedule Location Enrollment Notes
Fall 2020 Storrs Online Anwar, A 001 Reg No Room Required - Online 38/48
Fall 2020 Storrs Split In Person Kausani, Aalvee 001L Reg Fr 12:20pm‑2:20pm
ITE C30 22/24 Class meets in ITE C30 and ITE C33.
Fall 2020 Storrs Split In Person Kausani, Aalvee 003L Reg Fr 10:10am‑12:10pm
ITE C33 16/24 Class meets in ITE C30 and ITE C33.
Spring 2021 Storrs Online Ayers, John 001 Reg No Room Required - Online 76/66
Waitlist Spaces: 30
Peoplesoft Course Note: Students registered for this course are required to purchase a textbook and a component kit. This course will also make use of the protoyping board, digital multimeter, and Active Learning Module (Analog Devices ADALM2000) which were used for ECE 2001. All of these items are available from the bookstore and should be purchased well in advance of the start of classes. If you did not use the Active Learning Module in ECE 2001 you will need to obtain one for this course. You will need to download and install a device driver for the ADALM2000 as well as the Analog Devices Scopy application. If you are planning to use a version of the Mac OS or Linux you should check on the availability of drivers for the ADALM2000. In the absence of an available device driver for the ADALM2000, Mac OS users may need to install Boot Camp to use the ADALM2000. Students are required to participate in synchronous, on-line exams which will be administered using Respondus Lockdown Browser with monitor (three regular exams and a final exam). You will need a webcam and you will need to install Respondus Lockdown Browser for exams. The regular exams will be given on Wed., Feb. 17, 6 – 7:30 pm; Wed., Mar. 17, 6 – 7:30 pm; and Wed., Apr. 21, 6 – 7:30 pm. Most recent syllabus: s.uconn.edu/ece3201. Textbook(s): R. Boylestad and L. Nashelsky, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, 11th Edition (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2012).
Spring 2021 Storrs Online Ayers, John 001L Reg No Room Required - Online 28/22
Waitlist Spaces: 10
Peoplesoft Course Note: Students registered for this course are required to purchase a textbook and a component kit. This course will also make use of the protoyping board, digital multimeter, and Active Learning Module (Analog Devices ADALM2000) which were used for ECE 2001. All of these items are available from the bookstore and should be purchased well in advance of the start of classes. If you did not use the Active Learning Module in ECE 2001 you will need to obtain one for this course. You will need to download and install a device driver for the ADALM2000 as well as the Analog Devices Scopy application. If you are planning to use a version of the Mac OS or Linux you should check on the availability of drivers for the ADALM2000. In the absence of an available device driver for the ADALM2000, Mac OS users may need to install Boot Camp to use the ADALM2000. Students are required to participate in synchronous, on-line exams which will be administered using Respondus Lockdown Browser with monitor (three regular exams and a final exam). You will need a webcam and you will need to install Respondus Lockdown Browser for exams. The regular exams will be given on Wed., Feb. 17, 6 – 7:30 pm; Wed., Mar. 17, 6 – 7:30 pm; and Wed., Apr. 21, 6 – 7:30 pm. Most recent syllabus: s.uconn.edu/ece3201. Textbook(s): R. Boylestad and L. Nashelsky, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, 11th Edition (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2012).
Spring 2021 Storrs Online Ayers, John 002L Reg 12:00am‑12:00am
No Room Required - Online 22/22
Waitlist Spaces: 10
Peoplesoft Course Note: Students registered for this course are required to purchase a textbook and a component kit. This course will also make use of the protoyping board, digital multimeter, and Active Learning Module (Analog Devices ADALM2000) which were used for ECE 2001. All of these items are available from the bookstore and should be purchased well in advance of the start of classes. If you did not use the Active Learning Module in ECE 2001 you will need to obtain one for this course. You will need to download and install a device driver for the ADALM2000 as well as the Analog Devices Scopy application. If you are planning to use a version of the Mac OS or Linux you should check on the availability of drivers for the ADALM2000. In the absence of an available device driver for the ADALM2000, Mac OS users may need to install Boot Camp to use the ADALM2000. Students are required to participate in synchronous, on-line exams which will be administered using Respondus Lockdown Browser with monitor (three regular exams and a final exam). You will need a webcam and you will need to install Respondus Lockdown Browser for exams. The regular exams will be given on Wed., Feb. 17, 6 – 7:30 pm; Wed., Mar. 17, 6 – 7:30 pm; and Wed., Apr. 21, 6 – 7:30 pm. Most recent syllabus: s.uconn.edu/ece3201. Textbook(s): R. Boylestad and L. Nashelsky, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, 11th Edition (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2012).
Spring 2021 Storrs Online Ayers, John 003L Reg No Room Required - Online 26/22
Waitlist Spaces: 10
Peoplesoft Course Note: Students registered for this course are required to purchase a textbook and a component kit. This course will also make use of the protoyping board, digital multimeter, and Active Learning Module (Analog Devices ADALM2000) which were used for ECE 2001. All of these items are available from the bookstore and should be purchased well in advance of the start of classes. If you did not use the Active Learning Module in ECE 2001 you will need to obtain one for this course. You will need to download and install a device driver for the ADALM2000 as well as the Analog Devices Scopy application. If you are planning to use a version of the Mac OS or Linux you should check on the availability of drivers for the ADALM2000. In the absence of an available device driver for the ADALM2000, Mac OS users may need to install Boot Camp to use the ADALM2000. Students are required to participate in synchronous, on-line exams which will be administered using Respondus Lockdown Browser with monitor (three regular exams and a final exam). You will need a webcam and you will need to install Respondus Lockdown Browser for exams. The regular exams will be given on Wed., Feb. 17, 6 – 7:30 pm; Wed., Mar. 17, 6 – 7:30 pm; and Wed., Apr. 21, 6 – 7:30 pm. Most recent syllabus: s.uconn.edu/ece3201. Textbook(s): R. Boylestad and L. Nashelsky, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, 11th Edition (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2012).