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Chapter Topic(s) Course Textbook
1 Introduction to Electronics Introduction
Measurements and Sig Digits
Ethics and Engineering
2 Energy Energy
3 Circuit Models Resistance and Ohm's Law
4 Power Power
5 Kirchhoff's Laws in Circuits Kirchhoff's Circuit Laws
6 Current and Voltage Dividers Circuit Analysis Shortcuts
7 Sources/Power/RMS Waveforms
8 I-V Characteristics I-V Characteristics
9 Thévenin and Norton Equivalents Thévenin and Norton Equivalents
10 Node Method for Circuit Analysis Node Method for Circuit Analysis
11 Introduction to Diodes Diodes
12 Diode Circuits Diode Circuits for Signal Processing
13 Bipolar Junction Transistors Bipolar Junction Transistors
14 BJT I-V Characteristics Common Emitter BJT Circuit
15 BJT Voltage Amplifier Common Emitter BJT Applications
16 Field Effect Transistors MOSFETs
17 CMOS Logic Logic and CMOS
18 Signals and Noise Signals and Noise
19 Sampling Sampling and Quantization
20 Quantifying Information Information and Compression
21 Photodiodes and Solar Panels Solar Cells and Photodiodes
Recommended Reading Course Notes Index Master Notation Sheet
The course textbook is an online text carefully tailored towards the goals of the course. They are very concise, but include all information critical to success in the course. For those looking for more traditional-style textbooks to augment their learning, you should view the recommended chapters of the textbooks in the suggested reading. We invite you to read the entire set of notes as they are really short! If you are having trouble finding something specific, we have added this index/glossary. If you are wondering about the definitions or usuage of a number of terms and symbols in this class, you should glance through the MasterNotationSheet.