EEE 211 ANALOG ELECTRONICS
Fundamental analog elecronics is studied in this course. The course is structured on a scenario of designing and constructing a HF radio transceiver. Topics in analog electronics in the frequency range d.c. to 30 MHz range are covered. Block diagram concept. Passive electronic components (R, L, C, diode, crystals, etc.) and integrated circuits, as active devices, are discussed. Filters, power supplies, audio amplifiers, speakers, microphones, radio amplifiers, oscillators, mixers, and antennas are progressively introduced towards the construction of the transceiver. Minimum mathematical background and definitions (such as solution of first order differential equations and phasors) are introduced only when necessary. All terminology and jargon are introduced. Every student is required to possess a soldering iron, desoldering pump and a set of hand tools listed below.
Text: EEE 211 Analog Electronics Lecture Notes
Prerequisites: Freshman Calculus and Physics, EEE 101, or consent of Instructor
1. D.B. Rutledge, The Electronics of Radio Cambridge, 1999
2. D. White & R. Doering, Electrical Engineering Uncovered Prentice Hall, 1997
3. The ARRL Handbook, The ARRL, Inc., any recent edition
4. P. J. Nahin, The Science of Radio ,Springer-Verlag, 1996
5. National semiconductor Data sheets & Application notes
6. Phillips Data sheets & Application notes
7. The ARRL Antenna Handbook, The ARRL, Inc., any recent edition
Course kit: The components to construct the TRC-10 transceiver.
Labs: You will be asked to use your own tools starting with the first experiment.