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Module description - Analog Electronics

ECTS 3.0
Level intermediate
Overview Although systems are becoming increasingly digital, peripheral devices often remain analog. For example, an analog sensor signal must to be amplified, filtered or preprocessed before digitalization can take place. In addition, level adaptation or amplification is required to control the actuators. Therefore, analog electronics is used in most electronic devices.

  • Structure and functionality of ideal operational amplifiers, op-amps
  • Analysis of circuits with ideal op-amps
  • Characteristics of non-ideal op-amps
  • Design of amplifier circuits and circuits for arithmetic operations
  • Design and characterization of simple filter circuits
  • Comparator circuits and comparator circuits with hysteresis, Schmitt-triggers
  • Op-amp based reference sources
  • Isolating amplifiers / current-to-voltage converters
  • Characteristics of diodes, unipolar and bipolar transistors
  • Circuit simulation with SPICE software

Learning Objectives
  • Students are able to design and analyze electronic circuits with ideal
  • They can design simple op-amp and transistor based circuits.
  • Students utilize Bode diagrams to characterize simple active and passive filter circuits.
  • Students can explain the functionality of semiconductors, such as diodes, unipolar and bipolar transistors. They use a SPICE software for circuit simulation.

Previous knowledge
  • Allgemeine Elektrotechnik 2 (aet2)

Exam format Continuous assessment grade
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