Over the past ten years, I have taught three courses at MIT as lecturer and recitation instructor:

Solid State Circuits (6.301). Transistor circuits from the common-emitter amplifier to op amps, multipliers, references, and high speed logic. High-frequency analysis and design techniques. Open-circuit time constants, translinear principle, charge control model.The following quotes are from the student-written reviews in the Underground Guide to Course 6 produced by Eta Kappa Nu.Feedback Systems (6.302). Linear systems, block diagrams, and op-amp circuits. Root locus, Nyquist, Hall, Nichols, and Bode. Compensation techniques. Internal and external compensation of operational amplifiers. Servomechanisms, power coverters, and thermal systems.

Advanced Circuit Techniques (6.331). Sample-and-hold circuits, digital-to-analog converters, analog-to-digital converters, high-speed amplifiers, power conversion, and phase-lock loops.

Kent H Lundberg. Last updated April 9, 2011.