REA304 Analogue Equipment

Code REA304
Name Analogue Equipment
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Undergraduate Studies, Academic
Field of study Electronics and Telecommunications
Academic staff Sergejs Tjukovs
Credit points 5.0 (7.5 ECTS)
Parts 2
Annotation General parameters. Resistance amplification stages. Feedback theory and characteristics of amplifiers with feedback. Frequency independent inverse feedback. Resistance to self-oscillations, correction of AFR, slew rate. DC operation mode stabilization of transistors, DC amplifiers. Op amps. Analogue signal converters with op amps. Power and selective amplifiers. Amplifiers with frequency dependent feedback. Generators..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
The aim of the course is to provide knowledge on equipment for analog signal processing in analog mode. On completion of the course the student should be able: • Recognise and classify connections, in which analog signals are processed in analog mode; • Explain signal amplification principles, connection functional conditions, and their prerequisites; • Explain traditional connection operation principles; • Design simple connection models and describe them mathematically, define parameters; • Calculate approximate values and characteristics of simple connection parameters; • Use computer modelling, check parameter and characteristic variations; • Design analogue device, discus
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Is able to identify the parts of circuits where processing of signal in analogue form takes place, to define their characteristic features - Exam
Is able to explain the operation principles of classic connections - Defence of laboratory works. Exam
Is able to design the models of simple connections - Exam
Is able to perform the calculations of parameters of simple connections - Exam
Is able to use PC simulation, to check parameters and characteristic variations - Home work. Study work
Is able to design the analogue device, to discuss the project - Study work
Course prerequisites The sum of knowledge acquired at the previous courses

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