Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Code Name Level Year Semester
EEE 206 Electronics I Undergraduate 2 Spring
Status Number of ECTS Credits Class Hours Per Week Total Hours Per Semester Language
Compulsory 6 3 + 2 0 English

Instructor Assistant Coordinator
Mustafa Musić, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mustafa Musić, Assoc. Prof. Dr.
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The aim of this course is to provide students with knowledge about field effect transistors (FET), their construction, characteristics, basic circuits and simple calculations. In the second part of the course, students will learn about more complex linear devices (operational amplifiers), their characteristics and application. Special attention will be given to lectures concerning circuits based on operational amplifiers, for example: different types of amplifiers, active filters, oscillators, converters and voltage and circuit regulators. Schemes will be given for all circuits, their behavior explained as well as the way of calculating their basic parameters. In the end, the aim is to prepare students for designing basic circuits on their own, considering characteristics of the elements used, and to obtain necessary calculations for this purpose.

  1. FET Biasing: introduction, DC analysis of JFET, MOSFET and MESFET networks, fixed – bias configuration, self – bias configuration, Voltage – Divider Biasing, Common – Gate Configuration, universal JFET Bias Curve, practical application.
  2. BJT AC Analysis: BJT transistor modeling, Amplification in the AC domain, CE fixed bias configuration, voltage divider bias, CE emtter bias configuration, emitter follower configuration , collector eedback configuration, effect of RL and Rg, cascaded systems, Darlington connection.
  3. FET AC Amplifiers: introduction, JFET small – signal model, designing FET amplifier networks, cascade configuration, practical application.
  4. BJT and JFET frequency response: logarithm and decibel scale, general frequency considerations, low – frequency analysis – Bode plot, low – frequency response of BJT and FET amplifiers.
  5. Miller effect capacitance, high – frequency response of BJT and FET amplifiers.
  6. Operational Amplifiers: introduction, differential amplifier circuit based on BiFET, BiMOS and CMOS transistors, Op – Amp basics, characteristics of Op – Amp.
  7. Op – Amp applications: inverting and noninverting amplifier, voltage buffer, voltage summing, integrator, differentiator.
  8. Revision
  9. Mid-term
  10. Op – Amp applications: differential amplifier, instrumentation amplifier, controlled sources (voltage and current sources) active filters (low – pass, high – pass, bandpass).

  1. Power amplifiers: introduction, amplifier types, class A, class B, class AB, class C, differences between classes A, AB, C amplifiers, what causes amplified distortion, efficiency of various class of amplifiers and power calculation.
  2. Analog to digital convertor, digital to analog convertor, phase – locked loops, sample – and – hold circuit.
  3. Feedback: feedback concepts, concept of negative feedback, practical feedback circuits.
  4. Oscillator: oscillator operation, phase – shift oscillator, Wien – bridge oscillator, tuned oscillator circuit, crystal oscillator

  1. Experiment 8-1 JFET Characteristic
  2. Experiment 8-2 MOSFET Characteristic
  3. Experiment 9-1 JFET CS Amplifier
  4. Experiment 9-2 JFET CD Amplifier
  5. Experiment 11-1 Inverting Amplifier; Experiment 11-2 Noninverting Amplifier; Experiment 11-3 Voltage Follower
  6. Experiment 11-4 Differential Amplifier; Experiment 11-5 Adder
  7. Experiment 11-9 Differentiator; Experiment 11-10 Integrator
  8. Experiment 12-3 Active Band-Pass Filter
  9. Experiment 13-2 Schmitt Trigger
  10. Experiment 13-4 Monostable Multivibrator
  11. Experiment 13-5 Astable Multivibrator
  12. Experiment 13-6 Sine Wave Oscillator

  • Lectures
  • Excersises
  • Presentation
  • Seminar
  • Assignments
Description (%)
Method Quantity Percentage (%)
Midterm Exam(s)120
Final Exam140
Total: 100
Learning outcomes
  • Demonstrate a systematic and critical understanding of the theories, principles and practices of computing
  • Critically review the role of a “professional computing practitioner” with particular regard to an understanding of legal and ethical issues
  • Creatively apply contemporary theories, processes and tools in the development and evaluation of solutions to problems and product design
  • Robert L. Boyestand, Louis Nashelsky Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, 10th Edition, Pearson

ECTS (Allocated based on student) WORKLOAD
Activities Quantity Duration (Hour) Total Work Load
Lecture (14 weeks x Lecture hours per week) 0
Laboratory / Practice (14 weeks x Laboratory/Practice hours per week) 0
Midterm Examination (1 week) 0
Final Examination(1 week) 0
Preparation for Midterm Examination 0
Preparation for Final Examination60
Total Workload: 0
ECTS Credit (Total workload/25): 0