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- Office Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, 10:30am - 1:30pm

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- This set of quizzes is for both sections of students.
- You should take all of them.
- A score of 50% or higher for each ABET quiz is necessary to show that you have achieved the corresponding course outcome.
- Three attempts are allowed for each quiz. The highest score for each quiz will be recorded.
- The quizzes should be completed by 5/2/2003, 5pm (local time).

- Use
*explorer*as your web browser; otherwise greek characters may not be displayed correctly. - Go to the Purdue WebCT site
- Use your purdue id and password to log in. This is a secure site. The log in icon is at the upper right corner ("Log on to WebCT").
- Click on the "ECE 255" link to go to the ECE 255 course web page.
- Click on the "ABET" link to access the four quizzes.
- For each quiz, three attempts are allowed. Each attempt has a time limit of 30 minutes. Thirty minutes must lapse between attempts.
- For each question, select the best answer, and click "Save answer" before proceeding to the next question. You are allowed to revisit questions and make changes. To submit the quiz, click "Finish".
- To assist you, a progress summary is provided. It shows the time remaining for you to complete the quiz (updated every time you save an answer). The color of the time gives you an indication of how far the allocated time has progressed (green, blue, and red respectively indicate that you are in the early, middle, and final stages of the quiz. The questions that you have answered (and saved) are shown with green stars, and those you have not red dots.

- Diodes
- Diodes (Pages 1-4, 6-7 posted Jan 17, Page 5 posted Jan 29)
- Zener Diodes (posted Jan 29)
- Power Supply (posted Jan 29)

- MOSFETs
- Monolithic Resistors (posted Jan 29)
- MOSFETs: NMOS, PMOS (posted Jan 30)
- JFETS (posted Jan 31)
- MOSFET Circuit Analysis (posted Feb 7)
- MOSFET Amplifier, more (posted Feb 10)
- NMOS Inverter (posted Feb 10)
- CMOS Inverter (posted Feb 10)
- Quiz 1 (posted Feb 17)

- BJTs
- BJTs (posted Feb 17)
- Circuit Models for BJTs (posted Feb 17)
- Non-idealities of BJTs and thermal issues (posted Feb 17)
- Quiz 2 (posted Feb 17)
- BJT Biasing (posted Feb 24)
- Current Mirror (posted Feb 24)
- Multi-stage circuit (posted Feb 24)
- More on current mirrors can be found in Chapter 10.2 (FET current source) and Chapter 10.1 (BJT current source)
- Small-signal model for BJTs (posted Mar 7)

- Amplifier midband gain
- BJT amplifiers (posted Mar 12)
- Common-emitter amplifier (posted Mar 12), more (posted Mar 14)
- Common-source amplifier (posted Mar 14)
- CE and CS amplifier design (posted Mar 24)
- CC and CB amplifier (posted Mar 24)
- CD and CG amplifier (posted Mar 24)
- Multistage BJT amplifers (posted Mar 24)
- Multistage MOSTFET amplifers (posted Mar 31)
- Quiz 5 (posted Mar 31). Note that I assume that the Early voltage is infinity. If the Early voltage is finite, the expressions will be more complicated.

- Frequency response
- Bode plots (A revision) (posted Apr 14)
- Non-ideal amplifier models (posted Apr 15), Bypass capacitors (posted Apr 22)
- High frequency amplifier models (posted Apr 15)
- High frequency BJT and MOSFET models (posted Apr 15)
- High frequency CE amplifiers (posted Apr 22)
- High frequency CS amplifiers (posted Apr 22)
- High frequency CB and CG amplifiers (posted Apr 22)
- Cascode amplifiers (posted Apr 22)
- Other multi-stage amplifiers (posted Apr 24, reposted Apr 29)

- Half-wave rectifier spice netlist (posted Jan 30)
- SPICE parameters for diodes (posted Feb 12)
- SPICE parameters for MOSFETs (posted Feb 12)
- PMOS example (posted Feb 14)
- NPN example (posted Mar 11)
- SPICE parameters for BJTs (posted Mar 12) (extracted from Prof. Jan Rabaey's website at UC Berkeley.)