- No lab during the first week of class.
- Weeks 2&3: Basic op-amp circuits
(This is a two-week lab.)
- Week 4: First-order filters
Frequency response Excel spreadsheet
- Week 5: Second-order filters
- Week 6: Design Project 1
- Week 7: non-ideal op amps
- Week 8: linear oscillators
- Week 9: comparators & non-linear oscillators
- Week 10: Design Project 2
- Wees 11: diode characteristics
- Week 12: Some diode applications
- Week 13: BJT basics
Analyzer instructions for BJTs
- Week 14: MOSFET basics
Analyzer instructions for MOSFETs
- Week 15: Project 3 or auxillary labs
Lab kit parts
- LM324 op-amp – Quad op amp. Low-cost, older BJT-based design. Identical to the op amp in the EE 201 kit
- TL082 op-amp – Dual op amp with JFET input. Used extensively in lower-end audio equipment.
- LMC660 quad-op amp – Quad op amp. CMOS design. Rail-to-rail output. Pin compatible with LM325.
- LM555 timer – Classic, all-purpose timer.
- PN2222A – Discrete NPN bipolar junction transistor. Low power.
- PN2907 – Discrete PNP bipolar junction transistor. Low power.
- MJE180 – Discrete NPN bipolar junction transistor. Medium power.
- MJE170 – Discrete PNP bipolar junction transistor. Medium power.
- CD4007 – MOS array. Three NMOS and three CMOS in a single 14-pin package. Low power.
- IRF540 – Discrete NMOS transistor. High power.
- 1N148 – Small-signal diode.
- 1N4733 – 5.1-V Zener diode.
- 1N4740 – 10-V Zener diode.
- TSAL6100 – Infra-red LED.
- SFH225FA – Infra-red photo-diode.
- PDV-P9200 – Photo-resistor.
- LM35 – temperature sensor.
- Momentary switch.
- Bread board.
- Wire kit.
- Wire cutter (maybe).