EE348 - Electronic Circuits 1

EE348 establishes a foundation for integrated electronic circuit design. The course examines the fundamental circuit cells that underpin the realization of analog electronic circuits. Most of the circuits addressed exploit metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET) devices, but some attention is given to bipolar junction transistor (BJT) technology. The fundamental tools exploited to study these electronic devices and networks derive largely from the theoretic concepts and analytical strategies developed in the first circuits course, which is EE202 at USC.

EE348 Coursework Materials

  • Fall 2013 Assignments
 Syllabus 
Homework 1-2  Homework Solutions 1-2 
Homework 3  Homework Solutions 3 
Homework 4  Homework Solutions 4 
Homework 5-6  Homework Solutions 5-6 
Homework 7-8  Homework Solutions 7-8 
   
Examination 1  Exam Solution 1 
Examination 2  Exam Solution 2 
Examination 3  Exam Solution 3 

 

 

 

A look at the Historical Record


  • From Spring 2013
 Syllabus 
Homework 1  Homework Solutions 1 
Homework 2  Homework Solutions 2 
Homework 3  Homework Solutions 3 
Homework 4  Homework Solutions 4 
Homework 5  Homework Solutions 5 
Homework 6-7  Homework Solutions 6-7 
Homework 8  Homework Solutions 8 
Homework   Homework Solutions  
   
Examination 1  Exam Solution 1 
Examination 2  Exam Solution 2 
Examination 3  Exam Solution 3 

 

    • From Spring 2012
     Syllabus 
    Homework 1  Homework Solutions 1 
    Homework 2  Homework Solutions 2 
    Homework 3  Homework Solutions 3 
    Homework 4  Homework Solutions 4 
    Homework 5-6  Homework Solutions 5-6 
    Homework 7  Homework Solutions 7 
    Homework 8  Homework Solutions 8 
    Homework 9  Homework Solutions 9 
       
    Examination 1  Exam Solution 1 
    Examination 2  Exam Solution 2 
    Examination 3  Exam Solution 3 

     

    • From Spring 2011
     Syllabus 
    Homework 1 Homework Solutions 1
    Homework 2 Homework Solutions 2
    Homework 3 Homework Solutions 3
    Homework 4 Homework Solutions 4
    Homework 5 - 6 Homework Solutions 5-6
    Homework 7 - 8 Homework Solutions 7-8
       
    Examination 1 Exam Solution 1
    Examination 2 Exam Solution 2
    Examination 3 Exam Solution 3

     

    • From Spring 2009
     Syllabus 
      Homework 1  
      Homework 1b   Homework Solutions 1
      Homework 2   Homework Solutions 2
      Homework 3   Homework Solutions 3
      Homework 4   Homework Solutions 4
      Homework 5 & 6   Homework Solutions 5 & 6
      Homework 7   Homework Solutions 7
      Homework 8   Homework Solutions 8
       
    Examination 1 Exam Solution 1
    Examination 2 Exam Solution 2
    Examination 3 Exam Solution 3

     

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    Tuesday:
       10:AM to 12:Noon in PHE 620
    Otherwise: By Appointment
       Contact Instructor Via E-mail
    E-mail: johnc@usc.edu

    Contact

    Address: University of Southern California
       Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering
       USC Viterbi School of Engineering
       University Park, Mail Code: 0271
       Los Angeles, California 90089-0271
    Phone: (213) 740-4692

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