Subject: Electronics in practice (17 - EM3P0A)

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Scientific or art field:Electronics
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Course specification

Course is active from 01.01.2007..

The students should acquire practical knowledge concerning simple electronic devices. The student should also acquire experience in designing and simulation of low complexity analog and digital systems. An additional goal is for the students to gather experience in simulation, assembly and testing of electronic systems. The students will also learn to write reports about their projects and present them publicly.
Ability to design: simple electronic circuits and systems small consumer electronics products systems with sensors and optoelectronic components simple mechatronic systems
Design, simulation and assembly of small electronic systems. Analog circuits: A/D and D/A converteres, amplifiers, power amplifiers, filters, motor drivers. Digital circuits: classical digital combinational and sequential networks. Communication systems: infrared, wireless. Writing project reports and publicly present own work.
Auditory and laboratory exercises, individual consultations.
Petruzzellis, T.Electronics Sensors for the Evil Genius2006McGraw-Hill, New YorkEnglish
Graf, R.F., Sheets, W.Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits, Volume 71998McGraw-Hill, New YorkEnglish
Crowder, R.Electronic Drives And Electromechanical Systems2006Elsevier, OxfordEnglish
Bures, J.Guided Optics : Optical Fibers and All-fiber Components2009Wiley-VCH, WeinheimEnglish
Myke PredkoElectronics-Circuits and Systems2005McGraw-Hill/TAB ElectronicsEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Project defenceYesYes30.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Bodić Milan
Assistant - Master

Laboratory classes
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Vasiljević-Toskić Marko
Assistant - Master

Laboratory classes