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EEM 206 - Electrical Circuits Laboratory

Instructor: Dr. Öğr. ÜyesiSemiha TÜRKAY
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yesSyllabus 2020/2021 Fall mail 

yes Writting Guide for Formal Reports 

yes Template for Formal Reports

yes Template for Short Reports


   Component  List

  Pspice Tutorial 

  PCB Design Using Proteus Tutorial 



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   EEM206 (C)         Abdulkadir Zirek        Kerim Örüklü

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EEM206 (A)   Altan Onat  Kerim Örüklü


EEM206 (E)     Abdulkadir Zirek          Mert Özer   

EEM206 (G)           Abdulkadir Zirek          Mert Özer            

EEM206 (A)

Altan Onat  KerimÖrüklü  


EEM206 (E)

Abdulkadir Zirek          Mert Özer            

EEM206 (G)           Abdulkadir Zirek          Mert Özer       

EEM206 (B)

Oğuzkağan      Alıç 

Kerim Örüklü           


EEM206 (F) 

Altan Onat                Mert Özer          




EEM206 (B)

Oğuzkağan      Alıç 



EEM206 (F)     

Altan Onat                 Mert Özer         




1. Week

Experiment 1- DC Power Supply Design

2. Week

Experiment 2-RC and RL Circuits

3. Week

Experiment 3-RL and RLC Circuits

4. Week

Experiment 4-Resonace

5. Week

Experiment 5-Passive Filters

6. Week

Experiment 6-Design of First&Second Order Filters  

7. Week

Experiment 7-Opamp Circuits

8. Week

Experiment 8-Comparator Circuits&Single Power Supply         

9. Week

10. Week

NEW!! The concern Onur Surgun stated in his email, can easily be solved  with some easy modifications (included in  the lab manuel below) and is being shared for the students  with the same concern:

Due to different PIR sensors in the market some students may face some problems in their Proteus/Pspice simulations. To overcome the problem, the following modifications are suggested to be made before submitting  your Preliminary Works:

  1. Replace the R11=100KΩ resitor with two 47 KΩ resistors.
  2. Take a feedback  from the intersection node of two 47 KΩ  resistors to the  U2 opamp's inverting input, exactly to the node where R6 and C2 are connected.
  3. Replace (if possible) R12=1MΩ with R12=820KΩ  and R10=1MΩ with R10=1.2MΩ .
  4. If you didn’ find the Arduino Nano representation for Proteus, disconnect your transistor’s gate input from the circuit only for simulation. If you have already found it share it with your friends and me (Semiha Turkay) that you can gain extra 20 points.
  5. Adjust the input signal for AMP 1.5m, OFFSET=1.5m. You can check your simulation results with the video_PIR  under this manual.

Project-Light/Human Detector with a PIR Sensor 



  • Muhammed Talha Yaşar, Onur Surgun and Mustafa Öz are the first three to share  their  finding for Arduino in Proteus. Don't send any more emails regarding this. Their solutions are shared in Mergen

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