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 — 18-100_course_schedule_fall_2011 [2017/09/29 10:11] (current) Line 1: Line 1: + ====== 18-100 Course Schedule, Fall 2011====== + + 18-100 Introduction to ECE [[http://​www.ece.cmu.edu/​courses/​18100|Course Description]] + + [[https://​blackboard.andrew.cmu.edu/​ |Blackboard Site]] + + \\ + ^ Week ^ Date ^ L# ^ Topic ^ + |1| 8/30 | L1 | Introduction,​ discussion of engineering systems and sub-systems,​ basic electricity | + | | 9/1  | L2 | Voltage, current, resistance, power, circuit schematic symbols, ground | + |2| 9/6  | L3 | Power dissipation,​ Ohm's law, Kirchoff'​s Voltage and Current Laws, basic circuits | + | | 9/8  | L4 | Series and parallel resistances and combinations,​ solving circuits using equivalent resistances | + |3| 9/13 | L5 | Superposition,​ Thevenin and Norton Equivalents,​ Source Transformation | + | | 9/15 | L6 | Introduction to capacitors and inductors, impedance, begin 1st order systems | + |4| 9/20 | L7 | Continue 1st order systems, RC and LR circuits, time and freq. domain | + | | 9/22 | L8 | 2nd order systems, LRC circuits, frequency response | + |5| 9/27 | L9 | CIT Area Talks. Review for Exam I | + | | 9/29 | ^ Exam I | + |6| 10/4 | L10 | Introduction to Operational Amplifiers, open and closed loop gain, op-amp assumptions,​ inverting and non-inverting amplifier circuits | + | | 10/6 | L11 | Buffers, summing and difference circuits, active filters | + |7| 10/11 | L12 | Introduction to diodes (signal, zener, and LED), basic diode operation, piecewise linear model (PWL) for diodes, rectifiers | + | | 10/13 | L13 | Introduction to transistors,​ basic transistor operation, piecewise linear model for NPN transistors,​ common emitter circuits | + |8| 10/18 | L14 | Common collector transistor circuit and circuits with emitter and collector resistors | + | | 10/20 | L15 | Small signal analysis of transistor circuits, amplifiers | + |9| 10/25 | L16 | Signals and modulation | + | | 10/27 | L17 | Sampling, analog to digital conversion, quantization,​ base conversions,​ binary arithmetic | + |10| 11/1 | [[https://​www.ece.cmu.edu/​~jhoe/​course/​ece100/​F11handouts/​L18.pdf |L18]] | Introduction to Computer Systems, begin basic assembly language | + | | 11/3 | ^ Exam II | + |11| 11/8 | [[https://​www.ece.cmu.edu/​~jhoe/​course/​ece100/​F11handouts/​L19.pdf |L19]] | Basic assembly language (cont.) | + | | 11/10 | [[https://​www.ece.cmu.edu/​~jhoe/​course/​ece100/​F11handouts/​L20.pdf |L20]] | Logic gates, Boolean expressions,​ DeMorgan'​s theorems, begin combinational logic circuits | + |12| 11/15 | [[https://​www.ece.cmu.edu/​~jhoe/​course/​ece100/​F11handouts/​L21.pdf |L21]] | Combinational logic circuits (cont.), truth tables, digital circuit schematics, two-level circuit representation | + | | 11/17 | [[https://​www.ece.cmu.edu/​~jhoe/​course/​ece100/​F11handouts/​L22.pdf |L22]] | Karnaugh maps, adders, multiplexers,​ de-multiplexers | + |13| 11/22 | [[https://​www.ece.cmu.edu/​~jhoe/​course/​ece100/​F11handouts/​L23.pdf |L23]] | A tour of the history of computing | + | | 11/24 | ^ Thanksgiving (no class) | + |14| 11/29 | [[https://​www.ece.cmu.edu/​~jhoe/​course/​ece100/​F11handouts/​L24.pdf |L24]] | Feedback in logic circuits, SR flip-flops, D flip-flops, master-slave edge-triggered flip-flops, sequential logic, state diagrams, state transition tables, begin finite state machine design | + | | 12/1| [[https://​www.ece.cmu.edu/​~jhoe/​course/​ece100/​F11handouts/​L25.pdf |L25]] | Continue finite state machine design, design of counters, output mapping, sequential logic circuits with external inputs ​ | + |15| 12/6 | L26 | CIT Area Talks. Review for Exam III | + | | 12/8 | ^ Exam III | + | | 12/16 | ^ Final Exam | + \\ +