Syllabus spring term 2007

 ELECTRONICS ETI190
Elektronik

Credits: 8. Grading scale: TH. Compulsory for: D1. Course coordinator: Anders J Johansson, Anders_J.Johansson@es.lth.se, Elektrovetenskap. Assessment: The following parts must be fulfilled: Written exam part 1, laboratory work (7), assignments and written exam part 2. Final grade is given by grade on exam part 2. Alternatively, pass on all laboratory tests (at least 21 credits) within the academic year give pass on exam part 2 with grade 3. Parts: 3. Homepage: http://www.es.lth.se/ugradcourses/elektronik-d/kurs.html.

Aim
Description of course objects and knowledge aims is of great importance to increase the students possibility to take responsibility for their learning. It should be clear that acquired knowledge in this course is mandatory for continued studies at the D-program. The course will have opportunity to make real experiences, contemplation/observation, abstract thinking and practical action. This idea is common for lectures, tutorials, hand-ins and laboratories. The way to achieve this is to have discussions, demonstrations or short laboratory experiments during lectures an tutorials. It is vital that theory, applications and practice are closely coupled. The hand-ins are part of the continuous examination. Rapid feedback to the student is important.
To ensure that the students actively participate in the course a written exam is held at mid term. It is aimed at knowledge, understanding and application of the covered parts.

Contents
Signals: Analogue and sampled signals. The time and frequency dependence of signals. Input/output relations. Transfer function. Impulse response, convolution and the Fourier transform.
Analysis of electrical circuits: Current, voltage, current sources, voltage sources, resistors Kirchhoffs laws. Nodal equations, nodal analysis. Two-pole equivalents, Capacitors, inductors, nonlinear components, transformers, mutual inductance, impedance, admittance. jw-method, Laplace transform. Time and frequency dependence of circuits. Feedback.
Measurement technique: The function generator, the oscilloscope and the multimeter.
Applications: Signal and power matching. Amplifiers, analogue to digital converters, simple power supplies. Basic analogue filters, poles and zeros. Bode plots.

Literature
Hambley A R: Electrical Engineering Principles and Applications, 3rd ed.
Elektrovetenskap: Exempelsamling Kretsteori. KFS 2007.
Elektrovetenskap: Elektronik Laborationshandledning.

Parts

Code: 0106. Name: Examination Part 1.
Credits: 3. Grading scale: UG. Assessment: See ETI190. Contents: See ETI190.

Code: 0206. Name: Examination Part 2.
Credits: 2. Grading scale: UG. Assessment: See ETI190. Contents: See ETI190.

Code: 0406. Name: Laboratory Work.
Credits: 3. Grading scale: UG. Assessment: See ETI190. Contents: See ETI190.