# EE100

## Dude, What’s on my Final?

Hot off the rumour mill (1 prob from each section; more emphasis placed on MOSFET and Gates): KVL/KCL/Equivalent circuits Transients Bode Op Amp Diode Circuits MOSFET DC *know how to draw triode region! Gates (Diode, Logic, CMOS)

## Discussion 8 Notes

From the discussion on doping and pn junctions. Note that you will not need to know lots of this stuff, esp the physics. This was a modification by the prof b/c of EE42 students. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3

## Worksheet 3 Solutions

Sorry that some parts got cut off. This is a result of ordering a quick scan =P. Also note that problem 2’s cosine wave should be shifted by 1/8 and not 1/4. Otherwise, cosine and sine will be in phase and you won’t get a special output. Also, I labeled the intervals wrong for that […]

## Midterm Prep Materials

I know the midterm is coming up. Several tips to consider: On Friday, CCH made a list of the *content* of the midterm. Study those. Positive feedback for op amps and the small signal model for diodes (shockley) are guaranteed not to be on the midterm. (confirmed by CCH) Clipper circuits, nonideal behaviour for op […]

## Extra Diode Problems

If you want some practice with diodes, here are some good problems. Diode Problems

## Bode Plot Guide and Discussion 7 Notes

I passed out a copy of Anil’s bode plot guide available here. Discussion 6 notes aren’t up yet. I have to rewrite them. The discussion notes on 2nd order bode plots are up here though. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3

## Discussion 5 Notes

Sorry for the bad discussion last Monday on bode plots. I’m rewriting my notes and will have a clearer way of doing things online soon. I’ll also revisit the whole bode plot thing from the beginning next Monday. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5

## Discussion 4 Notes

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## Discussion 3 Notes

Here they are: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4

## Discussion 2 Notes

They are uploaded: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Btw, for the homework problem, P2.35 that many of you were asking about, here is a hint: You have two resistors, R1 and R2 in series. Imagine that the device is in parallel with one of the two resistors. The voltage source […]