Syllabus academic year 2011/2012
(Created 2011-09-01.)
Credits: 7,5. Grading scale: UG. Cycle: G2 (First Cycle). Main field: Technology. Language of instruction: The course will be given in English on demand. EITF40 overlaps following cours/es: EDI021 and ETI022. Optional for: D4, D4dpd, D4is, E4, E4dpd. Course coordinator: Bertil Lindvall, and Associate Professor Clas Agnvall,, Electrical and Information Technology. Recommended prerequisits: For digital projects: EIT020 Design of Digital Circuits --- A Systems Approach and EIT070 Computer Organisation. For analogue projects: ESS010/ETIA01 Electronics and ESS020/ESSF01 Analogue Circuits. Assessment: To pass the course, the student must demonstrate a final construction with written documentation. The project must be presented orally, and the student must act as opponent on another student's project. Further information: The course replaces the courses EDI021 Digital systems and ETI022 Analogue project. Home page:

To work in a project group is probably the most common situation for an engineer, either as project leader or as a specialist in some area. This course gives the student skills in using knowledge of analogue and digital building blocks, and illustrates industrial developing work.

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

During the main part of the course the students design, develop, build, debug, and document a system of their own choice. A catalogue of suggested projects is available. At the beginning of the course some lectures are given in order to support the project activities. Each group of two gets their own lab desk with all the necessary instruments and tools that they can use throughout the course. During office hours supervisors are available for advice and troubleshooting.

Eriksson, Lilliensköld: Handbok för mindre projekt. Liber ISBN 91-47-05270-8.
Project specific handouts.
Manuals and component catalogues are obtainable from the Department.