Course code 02 05 6297 00
Number of ECTS points 5
Course title in the language of instruction
Electronics and Electrical Engineering
Course title in Polish Electronics and Electrical Engineering
Course title in English
Electronics and Electrical Engineering
Language of instruction English
Form of classes
Lecture Tutorials Laboratory Project Seminar Other Total of teaching hours during semester
Contact hours 30 30 20 0 80
E-learning No No No No No No
Assessment criteria (weightage) 0.70 0.17 0.13 0.00
Unit running the course Instytut Elektroniki
Course coordinator dr inż. Aleksandra Królak
Course instructors dr inż. Michał Bujacz, dr inż. Marek Ossowski
Prerequisites
no
Course learning outcomes
  1. Perform DC and AC analysis in the frequency domain, compute and measure different powers in AC circuits, analyze first order circuits (BET1A_W1_N).
  2. Describe properties and behavior of diodes, transistors and basic electronic circuits (BET1A_W1_N).
  3. Manufacture simple circuits on PCB (BET1A_U2_N).
  4. Using computer programs and apply basic techniques of measurement and instrumentation for circuit analysis (BET1A_U2_N).
Programme learning outcomes
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Programme content To provide an introduction to electric and electronic devices and circuits, including circuit analysis, application of computer programs and manufacturing as well as basic techniques of measurement and instrumentation.
Assessment methods
1-4 Current checking of knowledge and skills.
1-4 Laboratory reports prepared by the students.
1-2 Mid semester tests.
1-2 Written examination.

 
Grading policies Electrical Eng. part: written examination 35%, class-work 9%, lab. experiments 6%. Electronics part: written examination - 35%, class-work 8%, lab. experiments 7%.
Course content LECTURE Electric circuits, elements and models. The Kirchhoff voltage and current laws. Linear and nonlinear resistors. Simple resistive circuits. DC operating points. Superposition theorem. The Thevenin-Norton theorem. Node analysis of resistive circuits. Capacitors and inductors, memory, continuity property. First order dynamic circuits, transient analysis. Sinusoidal steady-state analysis, phasor concept. Power and energy. Resonant circuits. Electronic circuits and their functions. Signals and their spectra. Amplifiers - basic concepts. RC filters. Load line analysis. Diode circuits, Zener diode, voltage regulator. Bipolar transistors (BJT). Field Effect Transistors (FETs) operation, Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET). Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor FETs (MOSFETs). Fixed- and self-bias circuits. Simple amplifier circuits. TUTORIALS Simple resistive circuits. The superposition theorem. Applications of the Thevenin - Norton theorem. Node method. Capacitors and inductors. Transient analysis of RL and RC circuits. AC analysis of sinusoidal circuits using the phasor concept. Calculation of power in sinusoidal steady-state. Diode and transistor circuit analysis. Load line analysis. Amplifier circuits. LABORATORY The measurements of voltage, current and resistance. Verification of basic laws and principles of circuit theory. Resonant circuits. First order dynamic circuits. Three-phase systems. Diode rectifier circuits and operational amplifier circuits. Computer aided analysis. Circuit manufacture on PCB.
Basic reference materials
  1. Tadeusiewicz M., Electric circuits, textbook, IFE, Łódź 2009.
  2. Tadeusiewicz M., Electric circuits, Tutorial problems, IFE, Łódź 2010.
  3. Materka A., Analog Electronics, Technical University of Lodz, Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 1998, ISBN 83-87202-06-1.
Other reference materials
  1. Tadeusiewicz M., Electric circuits, textbook, IFE, Łódź 2009.
  2. Tadeusiewicz M., Electric circuits, Tutorial problems, IFE, Łódź 2010.
  3. Materka A., Analog Electronics, Technical University of Lodz, Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 1998, ISBN 83-87202-06-1.
Average student workload outside classroom
60
Comments
no
Updated on 2020-07-13 11:22:48
Archival course yes/no no