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Academic Year School/Graduate School Lecture Code 2020Year School of Science HX333200 Specialized Education 物理学特別講義（エレクトロニクス） ブツリガクトクベツコウギ（エレクトロニクス） Special Lectures in Physics(Electronics) IINUMA MASATAKA イイヌマ　マサタカ Higashi-Hiroshima 2nd-Year,  Second Semester,  4Term (4T) Tues1：*SCI Other (See "Message" of the syllabus.), (4T) Tues2,Fri1-2 Lecture Unification of lectures and experiments. The lectures are given in odd-numbered lessens. Just after those, the experimental works are offered in even-numbered lessens for deeply understanding of the previous lectures. 2 J : Japanese 2 : Undergraduate Low-Intermediate 25 : Science and Technology 06 : Physics electromagnetismoscillationelectric circuitimpedance Qualitative and quantitative understanding of phenomenon of oscillations in electric circuits through both of lectures and experiments, and developing the ability to understand physical meaning of theoretical equations lesson1 Fundamental concepts  - from electromagnetism to electronics -Review fundamental concepts such as electric potential, potential difference, voltage, current, ground, resistance, alternating-current, oscillation, etc. with the use of physical considerationlesson2 How to use measuring instruments and experimental equipmentsUnderstand how to use measuring instruments and experimental equipments, such as oscilloscopes, circuit testers, function generators, breadboard, etc.lesson3 Transient and Alternating-current responses  - capacitors -Theoretical analysis and physical consideration of transient and AC responses in RC circuits in terms of physical behavior of capacitorslesson4 Experiments on RC circuitsUnderstanding RC circuits by observing a waveform with an oscilloscope and comparisons between experimental results and theoretical calculationslesson5 Transient and Alternating-current responses  - inductor -Theoretical analysis and physical consideration of transient and AC responses in RL circuits in terms of physical behavior of inductorslesson6 Experiments on RL circuitsUnderstanding RL circuits by observing a waveform with an oscilloscope and comparisons between experimental results and theoretical calculationslesson7 Transient and Alternating-current responses  - LC resonant circuit -Review of resonance phenomenon in mechanics and physical behavior of L and C, and theoretical analysis and physical consideration of transient and AC responses in LC resonant circuitslesson8 Experiments on LC resonant circuitsUnderstanding LC resonant circuits and phenomenon of resonance by observing a waveform with an oscilloscope and comparisons between experimental results and theoretical calculationslesson9 Introduction of nonlinear devicesLearning physical characteristics of transistors and theoretical analysis of grounded-emitter amplifiers lesson10 Experiments on voltage amplifier circuitsUnderstanding grounded-emitter amplifiers by observing a waveform with an oscilloscope and comparisons between measurement results and theoretical calculationslesson11 Current amplifierTheoretical analysis of current amplifier and understanding input and output impedance and the relation between a load and the output impedancelesson12 Experiments on current amplifier circuitsUnderstanding emitter-follower circuits by observing a waveform with an oscilloscope and comparisons between measurement results and theoretical calculationslesson13 Nonlinear phenomenon by feedback  - positive and negative feedback –Learn basic concepts of feedback and theoretical analysis of nonlinear phenomenon caused by the feedbacklesson14 Experiments on oscillating circuitsUnderstanding oscillating circuits by comparing the observed waveform with theoretical calculationslesson15 Introduction of high frequency circuits  - from oscillation to wave propagation – In high frequency circuits, the wave propagation appears instead of merely alternating-current oscillations. Learning fundamentals of transmission and developing the oscillation concepts into the wave propagation conceptsSubmission of reports are required Distribute materials needed for the class Include works of listening sounds Prepare a laboratory notebook, a PC or a scientific calculator for each lessenLearn the contents of materials distributed before odd-numbered lessens.Review the contents of a previous odd-numbered lessen before even-numbered lessens. Attitude in the class and contents of the reports are evaluated comprehensively. Further, students are required to attend all lessens because of the unified class of lectures and experiments. The classes are in the experiment room C110. If the number of applicants are too many, there is a possibility of limiting the number of students. Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching.
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