Electronic Circuits and Systems Design

Description: (Formerly numbered 164DB.) Lecture, one hour; laboratory, three hours; outside study, eight hours. Enforced requisite: course 115DA. Recommended corequisite: course 115B or consent of instructor. Limited to senior Electrical Engineering majors. Design of analog circuits, components and systems, emphasizing theoretical foundations and hands-on experience. Design of key analog and digital building blocks according to given specifications or in the form of open-ended problems. Introduction to advanced topics related to projects through lectures and laboratories. Creation by students of end-to-end systems in application context, managing trade-offs across subsystems while meeting constraints and optimizing metrics related to cost, performance, ease of use, manufacturability, testing, and other real-world issues. Professional technical writing instruction and assignments. Professional technical writing instruction on assignments. Oral and written presentations of project results are required. Letter grading.

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