PHY-531: Electronics for Scientists I

Operation and use of the basic elements of modem electronics. Circuits designed and constructed in lab are tested using modern instrumentation. Principles of analog circuit analysis, filters, diodes, transistors, operational amplifiers, oscillators, power supplies, integrated circuits. A "hands-on" experience for those using electronic equipment in research, testing, and analysis. Recommended for majors in all pure and applied sciences and as preparation for digital electronics (Physic 532). Consent of instructor required.
Level: 
Both
Credits: 
4
Prerequisites: 
none
Corequisites: 
none
Semester(s) offered: 
Fall

Course Schedules

Semester Sec Instructor Times / Rm
Fall 2017 Mark Tuominen
M 230-4:30
HASA 136
Fall 2016 Mark Tuominen
M 230-4:30
HAS 104B
Fall 2015 Mark Tuominen
M 230-4:30
HASA 104B
Fall 2014
1
Mark Tuominen
M 2:55-5:00, T 1:25-5:30, W 1:25-5:30
HASA 104B
Fall 2013 Mark Tuominen
MW 11:15-12:05
HAS 104B
Fall 2012
1
Rory Miskimen
MWF 11:15
HAS 230
Fall 2010
1
Rory Miskimen
MW 11:15-12:05
HAS 230
Spring 2010 Rory Miskimen
MW 11:15-12:05
HAS 130
Fall 2008
1
Rory Miskimen
MF 3:35-4:25
TBA
Fall 2008
2
Rory Miskimen
W 1:25-5:30
Lab HAS 240