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Engineering Electronics I


About This Course

The purpose of this course is: To learn the basic methods of Electronic analysis and design. a) Non-linear Analysis b) Small Signal Models c) Amplifiers d) Diodes, BJTs and FETs e) Feedback in Electronics


This class requires you to know linear circuit analysis. The concepts we use most include Thevenin and Norton equivalents, and of course KVL and KCL and Ohm's law. Most of the analysis will be with resistors, but a knowlege of capacitors and inductors is also needed here and there.

Course Staff

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Rob Frohne

Rob became interested in this subject mostly thanks to amateur radio, and because he liked listening to and tweaking with hi-fi equipment.

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Jake Neal

Jake is a senior electrical engineering student at Walla Walla University.

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