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Data Analysis and Interpretation

About This Specialization Learn SAS or Python programming, expand your knowledge of analytical methods and applications, and conduct original research to inform complex decisions. The Data Analysis and Interpretation Specialization takes you from data novice to data expert in just four project-based courses. You will apply basic data science tools, including data management and visualization, modeling, and machine learning using your choice of either SAS or Python, including pandas and Scikit-learn. Throughout the Specialization, you will analyze a research question of your choice and summarize your insights. In the Capstone Project, you will use real data to address an important issue in society, and report your findings in a professional-quality report. You will have the opportunity to work with our industry partners, DRIVENDATA and The Connection. Help DRIVENDATA solve some of the world's biggest social challenges by joining one of their competitions, or help The Connection be…

Introduction to Electronics

Introduction to Electronics

About this course: This course introduces students to the basic components of electronics: diodes, transistors, and op amps. It covers the basic operation and some common applications.

Created by:   Georgia Institute of Technology

Language
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Syllabus
WEEK 1
Introduction and Review
Learning Objectives: 1. Review syllabus and procedures of this course. 2. Review concepts from linear circuit theory to aid in understanding material covered in this course.

6 videos5 readings
  1. Reading: Start Here
  2. Reading: Syllabus
  3. Reading: Consent Form
  4. Reading: Resources
  5. Reading: Get More From Georgia Tech
  6. Video: 1.1 Overview
  7. Video: 1.2 Review of Circuit Elements
  8. Video: 1.3 Review of Kirchhoff's Laws
  9. Video: 1.4 Review of Impedance
  10. Video: 1.5 Review of Transfer Functions
  11. Video: 1.6 Review of Frequency Response Plots
WEEK 2
Op Amps Part 1
Learning Objectives: 1. Develop an understanding of the operational amplifier and its applications. 2. Develop an ability to analyze op amp circuits.

10 videos2 readings11 readings
  1. Video: 2.1 Introduction to Op Amps and Ideal Behavior
  2. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-1-1
  3. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-1-2
  4. Video: 2.2 Buffer Circuits
  5. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-2-1
  6. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-2-2
  7. Video: 2.3 Basic Op Amp Configurations
  8. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-3-1
  9. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-3-2
  10. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-3-3
  11. Video: 2.4 Differentiators and Integrators
  12. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-4-1
  13. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-4-2
  14. Video: 2.5 Active Filters
  15. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-5-1
  16. Practice Quiz: Problem 2-5-2
  17. Video: Solved Problem: Inverting and Non-Inverting Comparison
  18. Video: Solved Problem: Two Op-Amp Differential Amplifier
  19. Video: Solved Problem: Balanced Output Amplifier
  20. Video: Solved Problem: Differential Amplifier Currents
  21. Video: Solved Problem: Op-Amp Example 1
  22. Reading: Week 2 Quiz Solutions
  23. Reading: Earn a Georgia Tech Badge/Certificate/CEUs
Graded: Week 2 Quiz
WEEK 3
Op Amps Part 2
Learning Objectives: 1. Examine additional operational amplifier applications. 2. Examine filter transfer functions.

9 videos1 reading9 readings
  1. Video: 3.1 First-Order Lowpass Filters
  2. Practice Quiz: Problem 3-1-1
  3. Practice Quiz: Problem 3-1-2
  4. Video: 3.2 First-Order Highpass Filters
  5. Practice Quiz: Problem 3-2-1
  6. Video: 3.3 Cascaded First-Order Filters
  7. Practice Quiz: Problem 3-3-1
  8. Video: 3.4 Second-Order Transfer Functions
  9. Practice Quiz: Problem 3-4-1
  10. Video: 3.5 Second-Order Filter Circuits
  11. Practice Quiz: Problem 3-5-1
  12. Video: 3.6 Lowpass Filter Design Example
  13. Video: 3.7 Active Filtering
  14. Practice Quiz: Problem 3-7-1
  15. Practice Quiz: Problem 3-7-2
  16. Practice Quiz: Problem 3-7-3
  17. Video: 3.8 Extra: Cascaded Filters Transfer Function
  18. Video: 3.9 Extra: Derivation of Sallen-Key LPF Transfer Function
  19. Reading: Week 3 Quiz Solutions
Graded: Week 3 Quiz
WEEK 4
Diodes Part 1
Learning Objectives: 1. Develop an understanding of the PN junction diode and its behavior. 2. Develop an ability to analyze diode circuits. 

7 videos1 reading12 readings
  1. Video: 4.1 Introduction to PN Junctions
  2. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-1-1
  3. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-1-2
  4. Video: 4.2 Models of Diode Behavior
  5. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-2-1
  6. Video: 4.3 Ideal Diodes
  7. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-3-1
  8. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-3-2
  9. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-3-3
  10. Video: 4.4 Assumed States Method
  11. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-4-1
  12. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-4-2
  13. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-4-3
  14. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-4-4
  15. Video: 4.5 Ideal Diode + Voltage Source Model
  16. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-5-1
  17. Practice Quiz: Problem 4-5-2
  18. Video: Solved Problem: Diodes 1
  19. Video: Solved Problem: Diodes 2
  20. Reading: Week 4 Quiz Solutions
Graded: Week 4 Quiz
WEEK 5
Diodes Part 2
Learning Objectives: 1. Examine additional applications of the diode. 2. Make use of voltage transfer characteristics to analyze diode circuit behavior. 

7 videos1 reading14 readings
  1. Video: 5.1 Half-Wave Rectifiers
  2. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-1-1
  3. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-1-2
  4. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-1-3
  5. Video: 5.2 Full Wave Rectifiers
  6. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-2-1
  7. Video: 5.3 Voltage Transfer Characteristics
  8. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-3-1
  9. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-3-2
  10. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-3-3
  11. Video: 5.4 AC to DC Conversion
  12. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-4-1
  13. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-4-2
  14. Video: 5.5 Limiters
  15. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-5-1
  16. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-5-2
  17. Video: 5.6 Voltage Regulators
  18. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-6-1
  19. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-6-2
  20. Video: 5.7 Envelope Detector
  21. Practice Quiz: Problem 5-7-1
  22. Reading: Week 5 Quiz Solutions
Graded: Week 5 Quiz
WEEK 6
MOSFETs
Learning Objectives: 1. Develop an understanding of the MOSFET and its applications. 2. Develop an ability to analyze MOSFET circuits. 

6 videos1 reading10 readings
  1. Video: 6.1 Introduction and MOSFET Physics
  2. Practice Quiz: Problem 6-1-1
  3. Video: 6.2 MOSFET Switches
  4. Practice Quiz: Problem 6-2-1
  5. Practice Quiz: Problem 6-2-2
  6. Video: 6.3 CMOS Logic Gates
  7. Practice Quiz: Problem 6-3-1
  8. Practice Quiz: Problem 6-3-2
  9. Practice Quiz: Problem 6-3-3
  10. Practice Quiz: Problem 6-3-4
  11. Video: 6.4 MOSFET Characteristics
  12. Practice Quiz: Problem 6-4-1
  13. Video: 6.5 Common Source Amplifier DC Analysis
  14. Practice Quiz: Problem 6-5-1
  15. Video: 6.6 Common Source Amplifier AC Analysis
  16. Practice Quiz: Problem 6-6-1
  17. Reading: Week 6 Quiz Solutions
Graded: Week 6 Quiz
WEEK 7
Bipolar Junction Transistors
Learning Objectives: 1. Develop an understanding of the NPN BJT and its applications. 2. Develop an ability to analyze BJT circuits. 

7 videos1 reading8 readings
  1. Video: 7.1 Bipolar Junction Transistor Introduction
  2. Practice Quiz: Problem 7-1-1
  3. Video: 7.2 BJT Terminal Characteristics
  4. Practice Quiz: Problem 7-2-1
  5. Practice Quiz: Problem 7-2-2
  6. Video: 7.3 BJT Parameters
  7. Practice Quiz: Problem 7-3-1
  8. Video: 7.4 BJT Curve Tracer
  9. Practice Quiz: Problem 7-4-1
  10. Video: 7.5 BJT Switch
  11. Practice Quiz: Problem 7-5-1
  12. Video: 7.6 BJT Common Emitter Amplifier
  13. Practice Quiz: Problem 7-6-1
  14. Practice Quiz: Problem 7-6-2
  15. Video: 7.7 BJT Common Emitter Amplifer AC Behavior
  16. Reading: Week 7 Quiz Solutions
Graded: Week 7 Quiz
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