#### Feb. 27, 2015

In-class notes (handwritten): PID, Thu., 26 Feb.

#### Feb. 23, 2015

HW 4, due Monday., Mar. 2
Lab 10: Op-amps V, PID motor control loop

#### Feb. 20, 2015

In-class notes (handwritten): oscillators, Thu., 19 Feb.
HW 3, due Monday., Feb. 23

#### Feb. 18, 2015

In-class notes (handwritten): op amps II, Tues., 17 Feb.
Lab 9: Op-amps IV, nasty pos feedback

#### Feb. 16, 2015

In-class notes (handwritten): op amps I, Wed.,Fri., 11, 13 Feb.
In-class notes (handwritten): transistors 2, Thu., 12 Feb.

#### Feb. 11, 2015

Class 6 notes (typed): Op Amps I
HW 2, due TUESDAY., Feb. 17, AT CLASS
Lab 6: Op-amps I
Lab 7: Op-amps II, imperfect op-amps
Lab 8: Op-amps III, oscillators

#### Feb. 6, 2015

In-class notes (handwritten): transistors I, Thu.., 5 Feb.
Lab 5: Transistors II (bipolar)s

#### Feb. 4, 2015

In-class notes (handwritten): diode Circuits, Tues., 3 Feb.

#### Feb. 2, 2015

HW 1, due Mon., Feb. 9
Lab 4: Transistors I (bipolar)s

#### January 30, 2015

First in-class notes (handwritten): RC Circuits, Jan. 29
Lab 3: Diode Circuits

#### Blizzard Update: January 26, 2015

As I'm sure you've heard, Harvard is closed on what would have been our first class day, Tuesday, Jan. 27.

We'll essentially abandon that class day. It includes just one important notion that may be new to you: Thevenin's Theorem or his "model"
of resistive circuits. We will talk of Thevenin on Thursday (Jan. 29) and then will hurry on into the more interesting (and challenging) material of Day 2.

Here are the typed classnotes for Day2. Please look through these, and leaf through Lab 2 so you'll know what's coming.

Class 2 notes: RC's (typed)

#### Spring INFORMATION: January 12, 2015

Course Information: intro and schedule Spring 2015

We will hold a normal class and lab on the very first day, Tues., Jan. 27: Please read class and lab notes for Day 1 before you come in.

The course meets in Science Center 206

1st-day Signup Form
Class 1 notes (typed): DC Circuits
Lab 1: DC Circuits
Lab 2: RC Circuits

Hints and Tips, illustrated
An excellent introduction to lab setups, by Summer School and SEAS instructor David Abrams

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