Individual Electronics Laboratory 1100-2Ind07
The course is given during the first three months of the first semester. It consists od lectures and laboratory exercises (twice a week). The program covers 5 subjects:
- passive electronic components,
- transistor and transistor amplifier,
- digital circuits,
- integrated analog circuits.
Each module includes an introductory lecture and laboratory classes. Durations of modules are different due to their different scope. Students have to prepare a report after each topic.
After completion of the course students:
- can use diagnostic and measurement devices such as multimeter, oscilloscope, generator, laboratory power supply,
- can design and build a simple electronic circuit with passive electronic components,
- know operation principle of semiconducting components,
- understands operation of a transistor amplifier.
- understands principles of construction and operation of logical circuits,
- can build a simple digital circuit,
- can use an operational amplifier.
To pass the course all laboratory classes must be completed, postive grades for all reports must be obtained and the final exam must be passed. Missed laboratorary classes must be completed at an additional data at the end of the course. To be allowed for a laboratory class a student must pass an admission test. The final grade depends on grades obtained for reports, admission tests and the final exam.
P. Horowitz, W. Hill, The art of electronics
Information on level of this course, year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered, types and amount of class hours - can be found in course structure diagrams of apropriate study programmes. This course is related to the following study programmes:
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