Aaron putting together the MOTM-485 Instructor: Prof. Aaron Lanterman
Office: Centergy 5212 (often) or Bunger-Henry 323 (rarely)
Phone: 404-385-2548
E-mail: lanterma@ece.gatech.edu
Course website: users.ece.gatech.edu/~lanterma/ece4803

When and where: MW, 4:30-6:00, Van Leer C457 (sent via real-time video link to GTREP)

The photo: Aaron in the beginning stages of putting together the MOTM-485 VCF, which is based on the diode-ring Sallen-Key filter from the Yamaha GX-1 (in case you're wondering, the answer is yes, I am the only prof on my floor with a soldering iron!)


Aaron's SDIY Pages

Homeworks

Lectures

Lectures may be downloaded as RealPlayer files. Warning: They're pretty big (150 to 200 MB). If you find these lectures useful, please consider making a small donation (maybe $25 or thereabouts, although any amount is appreciated) to the Georgia Tech Foundation earmarked to go towards my synthesizer research; the funds will go towards parts and equipment for student projects. Here are instructions on how to donate.

References

We will draw material from numerous sources: book, articles, patents, and particularly schematics and descriptions posted on websites. Think of google as the main class text. So far, I've drawn material from the following books (which I'd recommend getting if you want to pursue the topic beyond this course):

Highly Tentative Outline