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Viewing: ME 218A, section 01


Term: 1192 - 1192
Instructor: Carryer, Li, Johnson, Su, Miller

Learning Goals

Be able to use basic circuit analysis techniques to analyze the behavior of a circuit composed of voltage and/or current sources, resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors op-amps and comparators.
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Be able to apply an understanding of the principal characteristics of MOSFETs and Bi-Polar Junction Transistors to create designs using transistors as digital switches.
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Be able to apply an understanding of the behavior of ideal op-amps to use them to transform a signal from one voltage range to another.
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Be able to choose between op-amps and comparators for a given application based on understanding of the differences in behavior between the two classes of devices.
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Be able to structure a software application, using the concept of event driven programming, as a set of events and the responses to those events.
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Be able to use the concept of state machines to describe, both in state diagram form and in C code, the behavior of a reactive system.
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Be able to apply an understanding of the meaning of the symbols for basic logic gates (AND, OR, NOT, XOR, Flip-flops) to decipher the function of a schematic showing a small collection of such gates.
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Be able to read the data sheet for a logic device and determine the required input characteristics and output drive capabilities.
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Be able to synthesize, using an understanding of transistor behavior and logic devices, a design to take a given digital input and use it to control an electrical load of defined characteristics.
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Course Elements

How useful to you was the group project?


How useful to you were the labs?


How useful to you were the lectures?


How useful to you was the textbook Introduction to Mechatronic Design?


How useful to you was/were the Pre-Lectures?


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