This course introduces students to the basic components of electronics: diodes, transistors, and op amps. It covers the basic operation and some common applications.
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This was a great refresher course for me! I took ECE 3040 on campus during the summer of 2012 but it was fast paced and couldn't get much into applications... this course did and I'm thankful!
Electronics is one of the hard to learn subjects using internet. I am studying computer science and I could not find good introduction course for electronics except this. Thank you!
all basic concepts & characteristics of components is learn by this course.The quizzes is little bit hard. but due to that my concepts of basic electronic components is strong now
Thank you professors, you organized a very nice course. It is really a nice starter for people like me from a different background than electronics or electrical engineering.
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