This course extends the fundamental concepts of practical electronic circuit design developed in the course 525.624 Analog Electronic Circuit Design, beginning with a review of the general feedback method. Students then examine a range of devices, including operational amplifiers, A/D and D/A converters, and comparators. Applications include active filters, sensor conditioning, nonlinear transfer functions, and analog computation. Students explore these topics through a series of assignments supplemented with breadboard-level experimentation. All required test equipment will be provided to the student.
Course prerequisite(s): 
EN.525.624 Analog Electronic Circuit Design or permission of the instructor.;Foundation Prerequisites for Cybersecurity Majors:EN.605.621 AND EN.695.601 AND EN.695.641

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