ELEC2133 - Analogue Electronics

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This course covers the various aspect of electronics in the analogue domain. It is expected that students taking this course has revised or has a firm understanding of ELEC2134 - Circuits and Signals  and ELEC1111 - Electrical Circuit Fundamentals combined.


These concepts are studied through course content, mainly lecture notes and course recommended textbooks. Please note, unless referenced from another source, please assume the following information presented is interpreted, studied, and re-expressed from the course content. Furthermore, please refer to the course content directly, e.g. ask the lecturer or read the textbook, for the most relevant knowledge required for the course.

Operational Amplifiers Extended

Semiconductor Devices Introduction

Transistor Amplifier Analysis


DC Biasing

Small Signal Analysis


Frequency Response

Non-linear Circuits

Signal Conversion Interface Basics

Recommended Resources

Course Prescribed


  • Sedra & Smith, Microelectronic Circuits, 6th ed, Oxford University Press, 2011

Course Recommended


  • Richard C. Jaeger, Microelectronic Circuit Design, 5th Edition.
  • Millman & Grabel, Microelectronics, McGraw Hill, 2nded., NY
  • Burns & Bond, Principles of Electronic Circuits, PWS, 2nd ed, 1997
  • Higgins, Electronics with digital and Analog Integrated Circuits, 1983.
  • Bogart, Electronic Devices and Circuits, 3rd ed, Merril, 1993.
  • Horowitz & Hull, The Art of Electronics, 2nd ed, Cambridge University Press, 1989.
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