Syllabus academic year 2009/2010
(Created 2009-08-11.)

Higher education credits: 8. Grading scale: TH. Level: G2 (First level). Language of instruction: The course will be given in Swedish. ESSF01 overlap following cours/es: ESS020, ESS020 och ESS020. Compulsory for: E2. Optional for: D4, N3. Course coordinator: Bertil Larsson,, Inst för elektro- och informationsteknik. Recommended prerequisits: ESS010 or ETIA01 Electronics. Assessment: Written exam, hand-ins and laboratory work. Further information: The course is part of a block of courses. For a detailed description of the entire block, see ESS000 Electronics, Systems and Signals. The course material is in english. Home page:

The course is the starting point of the path towards design and development of analogue circuits like amplifiers, oscillators, mixers, AD-converters etc. It is the base for the courses Advanced Analogue Design, Analogue IC-design and Radio electronics. Further the course is useful for the project courses Analogue Projects and IC Projects.

Knowledge in linear systems and semiconductor physics are used. The course also presents interesting applications within control theory.

Knowledge and understanding
For a passing grade the student must

Skills and abilities
For a passing grade the student must

Judgement and approach
For a passing grade the student must

Amplifiers are used in many areas for example in mobile phones, signal conditioning, medicine equipment and in computers. The course gives a systematic method with which an optimal amplifier may be designed. Within the course (for students of Electrical Engineering) is confined a part of a case study, described in ESS081 Engineering Aspects of an Application

Presentation of Analysis: Technical Aspects of an Application.

Gray, Hurst, Lewis, Meyer: Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits. Wiley ISBN 0-471-32168-0
Verhoeven C Structured Electronic Design Kleuwer 2003 ISBN 1-4020-7590-1
Agnvall Övningar och laborationer 2009 Elektroscience
Tillman Föreläsningsanteckningar 2009 Elektroscience