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  1. ENT 115 – ANALOGUE ELECTRONIC 1 Academic Session : 2012-2013 Semester: 2 Biomedical Electronic Engineering Programme

  2. Course Synopsis • This course provides fundamental knowledge on analogue electronics. The student will be exposed to the basic structure of semiconductor materials, principle operation of selected electronic components and fundamental of electronic circuit design. Students will be introduced with several types of selected electronic components which are Diode, Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT), Field Effect Transistor (FET) and Thyristors.

  3. Lecturers • MRS AZIAN AZAMIMI BINTI ABDULLAH (GROUP A & B – NON DIPLOMA) Lecture Room No: 80 Location: Meka 4, Level 1 Email: azamimi@unimap.edu.my H/P : 017- 2882770 • PROF DR MOHD YUSOFF MASHOR (GROUP C – DIPLOMA INTAKE) H/P : 013-4883867 • MR ANAS MOHD NOOR (GROUP C – DIPLOMA INTAKE) H/P : 013-4400858

  4. PLV AND TECHNICIAN • PLV’S • MR MOHD FAUZI MAHMUD • TECHNICIAN: • MR ANUAR AHMAD

  5. Course Outcome

  6. Curriculum/Syllabus - PLEASE REFER TO TEACHING PLAN / HEA 01

  7. Assessment • Examination: 75% • Mid Term Examination = 15% • Final Examination = 60% • Continual assessments: 25% • Laboratory Assessment (3 labs)= 10% + 5% (Lab Test) • Assignments & Quiz (3 assg.) = 10% • 100 % ATTENDANCE IS ESSENTIAL FOR ALL CLASSESS, TUTORIALS, AND LABS

  8. Course Materials • Books: 1. Floyd, T. “Electronic Devices (Conventional Current Version)”, 8th edition, Prentice Hall, 2008 2. Boystead, R.L., Nashelky, L. “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”, 10th edition, Prentice Hall, 2008 3. Cathey, J.J., “Schaum’s outline of theory and problems of electronic devices and circuits”, 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill, 2002 4. Salivahanan, S., Kumar, N.S., Vallavaraj, A., “Electronic Devices and Circuits”, Tata McGraw-Hill, 1998 5. Robert L. Boylestad. , “Introductory Circuit Analysis.”11th Ed. Prentice Hall, 2007.

  9. Course Schedule • Schedule: • Lecture (A&B) : Monday 2 – 4 PM (BKN3) Tuesday 12 – 1 PM (BKN3) • Lecture (C) : Wednesday 12 – 2 PM (BKN4) Thursday 3 – 4 PM (BKN4) • Lab/Tutorial : Thursday 10 – 12 AM (Group A) Thursday 12 – 2 PM (Group B) Wednesday 8 – 10 AM (Group C)

  10. THANK YOU