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EE 113
Feedback and Control Circuits
9 units (3-3-3)  | second term
Prerequisites: EE 45 (may be taken concurrently) or equivalent.

This class studies the design and implementation of feedback and control circuits. The course begins with an introduction to basic feedback circuits, using both op amps and transistors. These circuits are used to study feedback principles, including circuit topologies, stability, and compensation. Following this, basic control techniques and circuits are studied, including PID (Proportional-Integrated-Derivative) control, digital control, and fuzzy control. There is a significant laboratory component to this course, in which the student will be expected to design, build, analyze, test, and measure the circuits and systems discussed in the lectures. Given in alternate years; not offered 2023-24.

Instructor: George