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The course provides theoretical and practical skills on circuits, architecture and the use of electronic instrumentation for
time and frequency domain measurements, for analog and digital signals.
It also has integrated instrumentation with personal computer, measurement instrumentation and software tools
simulation and development.
The course includes experimental exercises for the synthesis and consequent analysis of analog and digital signals.
The course aims to provide the student with the knowledge and operational skills necessary to tackle the problems
related to the study, design and simulation of simple electronic circuits to be created and tested in the laboratory with
The student will be able to:
1 - Understand the methodologies of design, development and experimental verification of electron circuits.
2 - Develop simple projects starting from the speci you assigned.
3 - Check the operation of real electronic circuits knowing how to operate with electronic instrumentation, collecting the results in adequate documentation.
Upon completion of the course, the student will have acquired the following skills:
Fundamentals of electronic devices and circuits
Lessons are roughly divided for one third as lectures and two thirds as experimental exercises.
In order to guide the student to the effective learning of the operational characteristics of analogue and numerical (digital) circuits some basic circuits will be the subject of the lessons and exercises to complement what has already been learned in the course "Embedded Electronic Systems" (filters, oscillators, phase comparators, multipliers, etc.).
A significant part of the course will be dedicated to the development of two projects:
The program thus outlined also includes the presentation and use of electronic laboratory instrumentation.
The teaching material relating to the proposed exercises and the equipment presented will be made available at the aulaweb URL of the course.
Office hours: On appointment
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Presentation of the report describing of the exercises carried out during the couse, and oral discussion.
Evaluation of the skills acquired by the student regarding the operational characteristics of the analog and numerical circuits presented in the course..