Rayf Shiell; firstname.lastname@example.org, 748 1011 x7023
Summary: An applied course in the electronic circuits most commonly used from laboratory sciences. Circuit theory, test instruments, operational amplifiers, semiconductor theory, measurement sensors, power control, digital circuits, AC circuit theory, filters, DC power supplies, RC timing circuits, amplifiers, oscillators. The course builds upon material from the following pre-requisite courses: PHYS 1002H: Introductory Physics II; MATH 1100Y or 1101Y: Calculus I
The syllabus from the last time I taught this course can be found here, with the schedule of class readings here.