ECE 3200 Electronics I First Summer Session 2015 (Online) Syllabus

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1 Electronics I Syllabus Class Meetings: Instructor: Communication: Text (required): There will be no meetings of this course in a traditional classroom, with the exception of the final exam for certain students (see Final Exam for Clemson Students, below). Other than the final exam, the course will be conducted entirely online. Dr. Stephen Hubbard Office: 221D Riggs Hall Phone: (864) Office Hours: 11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon EDT MTWThF (by telephone only) Students may communicate with the instructor via or telephone. should be used only for short questions regarding class procedures and policies. Students must use the telephone (during the above office hours) to ask technical questions related to course material. Lengthy notes will not be read or acknowledged. Microelectronics: Circuit Analysis and Design, Fourth Edition, by D. A. Neamen, McGraw-Hill, Prerequisites and Corequisites: Students pursuing a degree from Clemson University are required to have completed the following courses with grades of C or better in order to enroll in ECE 3200: ECE 2620 MTHSC 2080 PHYS 2210 Students not enrolled in a degree program at Clemson University must have passed university-level courses in basic DC and AC electric circuits, differential equations, and physics before taking this course. Students enrolled in ECE 3200 may enroll in the laboratory course ECE 3110 this summer if it is offered, or they may take ECE 3110 during a later semester.

2 Goals and Objectives: The goal of this course is to introduce the basic theory of semiconductor devices commonly used in electronic systems. Upon completion of this course, students should be familiar with the characteristics of diodes, bipolar junction transistors, and field-effect transistors. Students also should be able to analyze and design basic circuits containing these devices. Tentative Course Outline: 1. Semiconductor Materials and Diodes 2. Diode Circuits 3. Bipolar Junction Transistors 4. BJT Amplifiers 5. Field-Effect Transistors 6. FET Amplifiers 7. Digital Circuits Reading Assignments and Lectures: Assignments will be given via , and videos of all lectures will be available for download on Blackboard. More detailed instructions for downloading and viewing videos will be sent to each student via . Students are responsible for all material covered in each lecture and all material covered in all reading and homework assignments. Some lectures may cover material not found in the textbook. Homework Policy: Homework will be assigned but not collected or graded. Students are expected to complete all assignments. Solutions to homework problems will be available for download on Blackboard. Grading: Final averages will be calculated according to the following weights: Test 1: 25% Test 2: 25% Final Examination: 50% The final examination is mandatory for all students. The following scale will be used in assigning final letter grades: Final average A B C D F Letter grade

3 Individual test scores may be curved at the discretion of the instructor; however, final averages will not be curved or rounded. No test or exam grades will be dropped or substituted. Test Schedule: Two take-home tests will be given to all students. Students must complete and return the tests by the following deadlines: Test 1: Test 2: Thursday, May 21, 4:30 PM EDT Thursday, June 4, 4:30 PM EDT Test Policy: An electronic copy of each take-home test will be made available at least forty-eight hours prior to the due date, and students will be notified via when each test is available. Each student must download and print a copy of the test paper, solve the problems by hand on the test paper, and return the completed test to the instructor before the deadline. Test papers must be mailed to the instructor at the following address: Stephen Hubbard Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Clemson University 221D Riggs Hall, Box Clemson, SC Students should keep copies of their completed test papers, because the originals will not be returned. Students are responsible for ensuring that their completed test papers are received by the instructor at the above address prior to the deadlines. The original test papers with handwritten solutions must be mailed to the instructor; no photocopies, pdf files, or any other format of submission will be accepted. Students may not return copies of their tests via . Test papers may be mailed via any carrier (e.g., FedEx, UPS, etc.), as long as the instructor receives the tests prior to the deadlines. Students are responsible for all postage costs. A penalty of twenty points will be deducted from the score of any late take-home test paper received within twenty-four hours of the deadline. Papers received more than twentyfour hours after the deadline will not be accepted.

4 Final Exam for Clemson Students: Students pursuing a degree from Clemson University must take the final exam in 226 Riggs Hall at the following time: Final Exam: Thursday, June 18, 3:00-5:30 PM EDT Students must bring their Clemson University student-id (TigerOne) cards to the examination room and show them to the instructor before taking the exam. Final Exam for Non-Clemson Students: Students not enrolled in a degree program at Clemson University will be given a take-home final exam, which they must complete and return by the following deadline: Exam Deadline: Thursday, June 18, 4:30 PM EDT Makeup Tests: Makeup tests and exams will not be given under any circumstances. Any student pursuing a degree from Clemson University who misses the final examination for any reason will receive a grade of 0 for the examination. A penalty of twenty points will be deducted from the score of any late take-home test or take-home exam paper received within twenty-four hours of the deadline. Papers received more than twenty-four hours after the deadline will not be accepted. Collaboration on Take-Home Tests: Students are allowed to use all available resources in order to complete take-home tests. In particular, students may refer to the course text, homework solutions, old test solutions, or any other helpful source of information, including other individuals. Students are permitted to work on take-home tests in groups with other persons. All solutions must be handwritten, and each student must supply his or her own solutions in his or her own handwriting. Collaboration on Final Exam: All forms of collaboration during the final examination are strictly prohibited. This rule applies to both the in-class and take-home versions of the exam. During this time, students may not communicate with anyone other than the person administering the test, and students may not use phones or any other communications devices. Students may not give or receive aid in any form during the final examination.

5 Calculators: Disabilities: A scientific calculator will be needed for homework problems, tests, and the final examination. Any student who needs accommodations for a disability should contact the Clemson University Office of Student Disability Services to obtain a signed letter documenting the disability. In order to obtain accommodations, the student must notify the instructor at least one week before the accommodations are needed. Changes to Syllabus: The instructor reserves the right to make changes to this syllabus during the semester. Students will be notified of any changes via .

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