ELECTRONIC EMBEDDED SYSTEMS MOD. B
This module provides the theoretical and experimental basis for understanding, analyzing and designing electronic circuits and electronic systems that make use of bipolar, field-effect transistors, and operational amplifiers. Moreover, experimental aspects will be addressed by lab sessions in which simple circuits will be simulated, assembled and tested.
- Providing the necessary elements to tackle the problems related with the design and testing of electronic devices and circuits
- Comprehend the different issues related to the development of electronic circuits including circuit design, implementation methodologies and lab testing,
- Develop simple projects starting from given specifications.
- Real operational amplifiers: static and dynamic characteristics and related parameters
- Use of oprational amplifiers in linear and nonlinear circuits.
- Waveform generators.
- A/D and D/A converters.
- Electrical static and dynamic characteristics of CMOS and TTL logic gates and analysis of their behaviour.
- Interfacing issues of digital circuits and interconnection systems.
- Voltage regulators.
Lecture notes provided by the teacher.
A.S. Sedra and K.C. Smith, Microlectronic circuits, Oxford University Press, 7th edition, 2014.
Ricevimento: By appointment after direct contact with the teacher.
PAOLO GASTALDO (President)
ERMANNO DI ZITTI (President)
RODOLFO ZUNINO (President Substitute)
september 21th, 2016.
Oral exam and lab reports.
An oral examination is scheduled: moreover, experimental lab sessions concerning the design, simulation and testing of electronic circuits are reported.