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Submitted by Anónimo (not verified) on 19 March 2014
Intended learning outcomes

Students who successfully complete this course unit will be able to:

  1. Define and apply concepts of classical physics and electrostatics to understand electronic circuits and components.
  2. Describe the physical and electrical behavior of discrete linear and nonlinear components (resistors, capacitors, diodes, thermistors, LDRs).
  3. Qualitatively explain the electrical conduction mechanisms in semiconductor materials and devices.
  4. Explain equivalent models of small signals at low frequencies and calculate the amplitude of the various components involved.
  5. Experimentally test elementary semiconductor devices and compare the experimental results with those obtained through simulation.
  6. Make assemblies with basic semiconductor devices and present a report of a practical application integrating the analyzed devices


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