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EE Courses

Andrew Mason

Email: mason@engr.uky.edu Homepage: http://www.engr.uky.edu/~mason

Assistant Professor
Electrical Engineering
University of Kentucky

Office:
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685 Anderson Hall
859-257-1775
859-257-3092
Mail to: 453 Anderson Hall
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0046

Spring 2001 Semester
    EE564  Digital Integrated Circuits

Fall 2000 Semester
    EE562  Analog Electronic Circuits

Spring 2000 Semester
    EE461G  Introduction to Electronics

Fall 1999 Semester
    EE562  Analog Electronic Circuits


ABET Course Descriptions

EE 562 ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS. (3)

Feedback amplifiers, tuned and untuned amplifiers, oscillators, AM and FM transmitters.
Prereq: EE 461G and engineering standing.

EE 462G ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LABORATORY. (2)

Experimental exercises in the design and analysis of useful electronic circuits incorporating semiconductor devices:  transistors, tunnel and Zener diodes; also, vacuum tubes, integrated circuits and operational amplifiers. Lecture, one hour; laboratory, three hours.
Prereq: EE 222; prereq or concur: EE 461G.

 EE 461G INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS. (3)

Analysis and design of electronic circuitry incorporating nonlinear electronic elements such as transistors, FET's, and vacuum tubes. Applications to amplifiers.
Prereq: A grade of C or better in EE 221.

 EE 222 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY I. (2)

Laboratory exercises in the use of measuring instruments. Experiments in R-L-C circuit analysis. Lecture, one hour; laboratory, three hours.
Prereq or concur: EE 221.

 EE 221 CIRCUITS II. (3)

General analysis methods for linear circuits and systems. Discrete time approximations. State variable methods for both analog and digital circuits.
Prereq: EE 211. Concur: MA 214.


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