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INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS AND LABORATORY (2)

Course Description Chap. 7: Building Blocks of Integrated-Circuits Amplifiers Chap. 8: Differential and Multistage Amplifiers Chap. 9: Frequency Response Chap. 10: Feedback Chap. 12: Operational-Amplifier Circuits Chap. 13: Filter and Tuned Amplifiers Course Objectives This is a lecture course for providing the foundation for analyzing and designing, as well as the hands-on experience for both the analog and digital electronic circuits. The purpose is to acquaint the students with the basis of semiconductor technology, discrete and integrated circuits, and some circuit design and analysis techniques.

Course Goal
1. Acquire the basic biomedical engineering knowledge
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Understand professional medical and engineering ethics and society responsibility.
  • Cultivate effective communication, presentation, and cooperation.
  • [Competence]
  • Ability to apply mathematics, science, biomedicine and engineering knowledge
  • Ability to execute experiment design and data analysis
  • Ability to strengthen engineering practice and apply professional tools
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    0108/1 F921710 [BME3002]INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS AND LABORATORY (2) 4.0 N
    0107/1 F921710 [BME3002]INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS AND LABORATORY (2) 4.0 N
    0106/1 F921710 [BME3002]INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS AND LABORATORY (2) 4.0 N

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