The Course (2017-2018)

 

Chapter One (Semiconducting Materials)

1.1   The Structure of Semiconductor Materials

1.2   The Energy-Band Levels

1.3   Classification of Materials (Conductors, Semiconductors, Insulators)

1.4    Conduction in Semiconductor                   

1.5    Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors

1.6   Extrinsic Semiconductors

(a)    N-Type Semiconductors

(b)   P-Type Semiconductors

1.7  Analysis of Drift and Diffusion Currents

 

Chapter Two (Diodes and Applications)

2.1 Fabrication of a Semiconductor P-N Junction Diode

2.2 Diodes

2.3 Diode Applied Bias

2. 4 Current-Voltage (I-V) response in F.B. and R.B.

2.5 Static and Dynamic Resistance

2.6 DC load line for a diode

2.7 Temperature Effects on P-N Junction

2.8 Junction capacitances

2.9 Diode equivalent circuits

2.10 Ideal Diode Models

2.11  Zener diodes

2.12  Applications of Diode

2.12.1 Series Diode Configurations  with DC Inputs

2.12.2  Parallel Diode Configurations  with DC Inputs

2. 13  (Rectifier)

2.13.1  Half-wave rectifier

2.13. 2  Full-wave rectifier

2.14 Filter circuits

2.15 Capacitor- input filter

2.16 Regulated power supply

2.17 CLIPPERS (Diode limiting)

2.18  CLAMPERS

2.19 Voltage Multipliers

 

 

 

Chapter Three :Types of Diodes

3.1 Zener Diodes

3.2  Varactor diodes (variable-capacitance diodes)

3.3  Optical Diodes

3.3.1 Light Emitting Diode (LED)

3.3. 2 The Photodiode/ Solar Cells

3.4  Other types of Diodes

3.4.1 Current Regulator Diode 

3.4. 2 The Schottky Diode (hot-carrier diode)

3.4. 3 The PIN Diode

3.4. 4 The step-recovery diode (SRD)

3.4. 5 The Tunnel Diode

3.4. 6 Laser Diode

 

Chapter Four (Transistors, Biasing Circuits and Applications)

4.1 Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)

4.2 Construction of BJT and Operation

4.3  BJT Characteristics and Parameters

4.4 Transistor Amplifying Action

4.5 Transistor  Switching

4. 6 Transistor Configurations

4.6. 1 Common Emitter Configuration (CEC)

4.6. 2 Common Base Configuration (CBC)

4.6. 3 Common Collector Configuration (CCC)

4.7 Base Bias

4.7.1 Collector to Base Bias

4.7. 2 Voltage Divider Bias

 

Chapter Five (Field Effect Transistors - FET)

5.1 Junction Field Effect transistor (JFET)

5.2 Types of FET

5.3 Biasing of the JFET

5.4 Characteristics of JFETs

5.4.1  JFET Operating Characteristics

5.4.2  FET as a Voltage-Controlled Resistor

5.5 N-Channel JFET Operation

5.6  MOSFETs

5.7  JFET (n-channel) Biasing Circuits

5.8  The Potential (Voltage) Divider Bias

 

Chapter Six (Transistor Amplifiers, Operational Amplifiers and Applications)

6.1  BJT Amplifier

6.2 Multistage Amplifiers

6.3 Gain in Decibels

6.4 Band Width of an Amplifier

6.5 Single stage CE Amplifier

6.6 Capacitor Coupled two stage CE Amplifier

6.7 Feedback Amplifier

4.8 Operational Amplifiers (Op-Amp)

6.8.1 Op-Amp Input Modes and Parameters

6.8.2 Negative Feedback

6. 9 Noninverting Amplifier

6.10 Comparators

6.10. 1 Nonzero-Level Detection

6. 11  Comparator Applications

6.12  Summing Amplifier

6.13 Integrators

6.14 The Op-Amp Differentiator 

Course details

Faculty: Faculty of Science and Health (FSCH)
School: School of Science
Department: Department of Physics
Course title: Electronics
Course code: ELC6216
Language: English
Location: FSCH
Period: Academic year 2017-2018
Lecturer:Dr. Najeba Farhad Salih
eMail: najeba.farhad@koyauniversity.org
Support Office hours for student visit Sunday 9:00-10:00

Entry level skills

The student should be able to read various provided sources in English and write short essays and participate in class discussions.
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