Course Edit

This page is for the course ELEC2133 - Analogue Electronics. The course is typically taken during session 2 by second years as a continuation in analogue circuit analysis/characterisation and physical models of analogue devices.

Overview Edit

Device physics of diodes, BJTs and MOSFETs. Nonlinear transistor models: Ebers-Moll, transport. Full and simplified models of BJTs and MOSFETs (inc. small-signal models). Zener and Schottky diodes. DC biasing, biasing using current sources, operating point, large-signal analysis. Linearisation, small-signal analysis. Input- and output impedances, power gain. Two-ports. Feed-back, effects of feed-back; stability and compensation techniques. Circuits with non-ideal op-amps. Common base, emitter and collector amplifiers; differential pairs. Multistage amplifiers, cascades, cascodes. AC response of 1-stage amplifiers, Miller effect. Non-linear circuits: oscillator, Schmitt trigger. A-D and D-A converter principles.
-- UNSW Handbook 2009

Prerequisites Edit

Students undertaking this course are required to have completed ELEC2134..


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