Course Overview

Electrical engineering is a historical reference to what is today known as electrical, electronics, and computer engineering. It is a broad profession that combines science and technology to design, create, and maintain products and services in diverse fields.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that this field of engineering is expected to have a 6% employment growth . The growth is spurred by a high demand for electrical and electronic devices in virtually every industry as the world becomes more technological.

You’ll learn and;

  • gain knowledge regarding the various laws and principles associated with electrical systems
  • gain knowledge regarding electrical machines and apply them for practical problems
  • gain knowledge regarding various types’ semiconductors
  • gain knowledge on digital electronics
  • gain knowledge on electronic systems
  • acquire knowledge in using the concepts in the field of electrical engineering Projects and research
  • demonstrate a basic understanding of digital terminology, digital components, and systems
  • apply digital circuit theory in a laboratory setting as it is applied to a work situation
  • distinguish between digital and analog systems
  • explain the basics of Boolean logic operations
  • evaluate logic circuit outputs, describe the operation of logic gates, write truth tables for logic gates
  • convert to and from the following number bases: decimal, binary, octal, and hexadecimal
  • explain the operation of flip flops, D-Flip-Flop, J-K Flip-Flop, Flip-Flop used as a shift register
  • describe the operation of asynchronous counters
  • explain the operation of synchronous counters
  • synthesize a circuit in a field programmable logic array (FPGA) using a logic compiler software on a personal computer
  • illustrate the operation of encoders, decoders, multiplexers, shift registers, and wave generating circuits

Course Curriculum

Module 1: Basic Electronics
Introduction to semiconductor materials Details 00:00:00
Energy levels in conductors Details 00:00:00
Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductor material Details 00:00:00
Majority and minority carriers Details 00:00:00
Theory of semiconductor diodes Details 00:00:00
Forward and reverse characteristics of a diode Details 00:00:00
Ideal and practical diode concepts Details 00:00:00
Series and parallel configurations with dc inputs Details 00:00:00
Current equation of a diode Details 00:00:00
Diode as a switch Details 00:00:00
Half wave rectification Details 00:00:00
Full wave rectification Details 00:00:00
Clippers Details 00:00:00
Clampers Details 00:00:00
Breakdown diodes Details 00:00:00
Voltage regulators Details 00:00:00
Voltage multipliers Details 00:00:00
Junction transistors Details 00:00:00
Bipolar junction transistors (BJTS) Details 00:00:00
DC operating point Details 00:00:00
Fixed biased circuits Details 00:00:00
Emitter stabilized biased configuration Details 00:00:00
Voltage divider biased configuration Details 00:00:00
Voltage feedback biasing technique Details 00:00:00
Introduction to JFET & MOSFET Details 00:00:00
Module 2: Digital Electronics
Digital and analog systems Details 00:00:00
Number systems and codes Details 00:00:00
Logic gates, Boolean Algebra and truth tables Details 00:00:00
Boolean theorems Details 00:00:00
DeMorgan’s theorem Details 00:00:00
Combinational logic circuits Details 00:00:00
Flip-flops Details 00:00:00
Asynchronous inputs Details 00:00:00
Digital arithmetic operations and circuits Details 00:00:00
The Complement System of addition and subtraction Details 00:00:00
Counters and registers Details 00:00:00

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