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Solid State Physics

Course Syllabus


Course name

Solid State Physics

Course character: Required

Credit: 3.0

Total Hours: 48 Theory Hours: 48 Experiment Hours: 0

Applicable:

Electronic Science and Technology Undergraduate


I. The nature, purpos
e and mission of the course

With the development of Solid Electronics, solid electronic devices are now using in every area of our daily life.
From single P
-
N junction diode to VLSI circuits, every device is made from crystal materials. It is essential to
understand the structure of solids for the understanding of electronic device working and processing. The course will
introduce the basis of Quantum Theory and Statistics Physics, and in detail describe the Chemical Bond and Crystal
Formation, Structure of

Solids, Lattice Vibration and Solids Dynamics, Solids Electronics and etc. The course is
fundamental to the further study of Semiconductor Physics and Devices Physics.



Prerequisite: College Physics, Advanced Mathematics


II. Basic Requirements


1
. Basic Understanding


(1) Quantum Theory and Statistics Physics


(2) Chemical Bond and Crystal Formation


(3) Structure of Solids, Lattice Vibration and Solids Dynamics, Solids Electronics


2. Key Points


Structure of S
olids, Lattice Vibration and Solids Dynamics, Solids Electronics


III. Course Content and Hours


1. Introduction (2 hours)


(1) History of Solids study


(2) Solids in nature and Solid Physics


2. Chemical Bond and Crystal Formation (6 hours)


(1) I
onic Bond and Ionic Crystal


(2) Covalent Bond and Covalent Crystal


(3) Metallic Bond and Metals


(4) Atomic and Molecular Crystal


3. Structure of Solids (14 hours)


(1) Geometry Description of Solids


(2) Symmetry and Crystal Structure Class
ification


(3) Formation of Crystal Structure


(4) Reciprocal Lattice and Brillouin Zone


(5) Lattice Structure Determination and Diffraction


4. Lattice Vibration and Solids Dynamics (14 hours)


(1) History of Dynamics study of Solids


(2) Latt
ice Dynamics


(3) Thermal Properties of Solids


5. Solids Electronics Theory (12 hours)


(1) Classic Electron Conduction Theory: Drude Model


(2) Free Electron Fermi Gas: Sommerfeld Model


(3) Limitation of Free Electron Model


(4) Bloch Band T
heory


IV. Teaching Materials and References

Teaching Material:


Solid State Physics, Wei Dan, Tsinghua University Press

References:


Fundamental of Electronic Engineering Physics, Tang Jieying, Publishing House of Electronics Industry


Fundamental
of Solid State Physics, Shen Yifu, Chemical Industry Press


Outline Written: Wu Ruihong


Outline Approval: Wen Huaiming

Date: August 20
12


Semiconductor Physics course Syllabus

Course name : Semiconductor Physics

Course character:

Degree courses


Total h
ours: 64

Theory hours : 56 Experimental (or machine) hours: 8

Learning points: 4.0

Applicable objects: Electronic Science and technology engineering


One, The nature of course, objective and task

This course is one of the specialty courses for electrical
science & technology major and microelectronics major,
and is tightly related to other specialty courses. This course also serves as the introduction course for other advanced
semiconductor device courses.

Through the study of the course, students would de
velop a better and in
-
depth understanding of the physical
theory and related physical phenomena. This course will discuss the fundamentals of impurity and defect levels

carrier generation, transport, recombination and storage in semiconductors; Basics of
Device Fabrication

physical
principles of operation of the p
-
n junction, metal semiconductor contacts, bipolar junction transistors, MOS capacitors,
MOS field effect transistors. The course will lay a solid foundation for other Professional courses such
as Electronic
device physics, integrated circuit design, and so on.


Two, Basic requirements of the course

1 Basic knowledge

(1). Master of semiconductor superlative structure and electronic state, impurity and defect levels;

(2) Master carrier distributio
n, the scattering of carriers and conductive, nonequilibrium carrier generation, composite
and its law of motion;

(3) Master the basic structure of PN junction formation, mechanism, to understand its characteristics

2. the key knowledge

Master of Si, Ge cr
ystal structure, impurity and defect levels, the statistical distribution of charge carrier, carrier
scattering and conductive, nonequilibrium carrier generation, composite and its law of motion.

Three, The course content and time allocation

1. The electro
nic states in semiconductor (10 hours)

(1) The semiconductor crystal structure

(2) The semiconductor band, effective mass

(3) The conductive mechanism, intrinsic semiconductor hole

(4) Cyclotron resonance

(5) The energy band structure of silicon and german
ium

(6) The energy band structure of compound semiconductor

Impurity and defect levels in the 2 semiconductor (6 hours)

(1) The impurity levels of silicon, germanium

(2)


-



compound of impurity level

(3) Defects, dislocation level

3. The statistical dis
tribution of carrier in Semiconductors (10 hours)

(1), the Fermi level density of States

(2) The statistical distribution of carrier

(3) Intrinsic carrier concentration

(4) The carrier concentration of impurities in semiconductors

(5) General carrier distr
ibution, degeneracy semiconductor

4. Conductivity of semiconductors (12 hours)

(1) Drift motion, mobility

(2) The scattering of carriers

(3) The relationship between mobility and impurity concentration and temperature

(4) The relationship between resistivi
ty and impurity concentration and temperature

(5) The statistical theory of the Boltzmann equation, conductivity

(6) effect, under the strong electric field of hot carriers, internally scattering, Gunn effect

5. Nonequilibrium carrier (12 hours)

(1) No equ
ilibrium carrier injection and recombination

(2) No equilibrium carrier lifetime, quasi Fermi level

(3) Composite theory, trap effect

(4) The diffusion motion of carriers

(5) Drift motion, Einstein equation

(6) The continuity equation

6. Pn junction (6 hou
rs)

(1) PN junction and its band

(2) The current voltage characteristics of PN junction

(3) PN junction capacitance

(4) PN junction breakdown

(5) PN junction tunneling effect


Four, Textbooks and references

Teaching material:

"Semiconductor physics" edited

by Liu Enke, National Defence Industry Press

"Experiment of semiconductor physics instruction" (self)

Reference.

“Fundamentals of semiconductor physics”, Huang Kun, Han Ruqi, Science Press

"Semiconductor physics and devices
--

the basic principle ", Donal
d A. Neamen, Tsinghua University press



Syllabus: Wu Ruihong Program approval: Wen Huanming


D
ate: August

20
12




Semiconductor Devices (Bilingual teaching
)》
Course
Syllabus

Course name : Semiconductor

Devices (Bilingual teaching


Course character:

Req
uired course


Total hours: 48

Theory hours : 40 Experimental (or machine) hours: 8

Learning points: 3.0

Applicable objects: Electronic Science and technology engineering


One, The nature of course, objective and task

This course is one of the specialty co
urses for electrical science & technology major and microelectronics major,
and is tightly related to other specialty courses. This course also serves as the introduction course for other advanced
semiconductor device courses. Through the studying of this
course, students can understand the physical basis theory,
existing semiconductor devices’ working principle, structure and performance, and so on.

Prerequisites: "university physics", "solid state physics", "semiconductor physics"


Two, Basic requirements

of the course

This course provides the students with theoretical and practical background for understanding the majority of
modern semiconductor devices.
Through the studying of this course
, students can master the design and fabrication
method of semic
onductor devices. This course mainly in classroom teaching, arranging physical experiment device for
some part.


Three, The course content and time allocation



1. INTRODUCTION

2 hour


2

FIELD
-
EFFECT TRANSISTORS

18 hour



1

Transistor Operation


2

The
Junction FET


3

The Metal
-
Semiconductor FET


4

The Metal
-
Insulator
-
Semiconductor FET


5

The MOS Field
-
Effect Transistor

3

BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTOR

18 hour



1

Fundamentals of BJT Operation


2

Amplification with BJTs


3

BJT Fabrication


4

Minority Carrier Distributions and Terminal Currents


5

Switching


6

Other Important Effects


7

Frequency Limitation of Transistors


8

Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor

4

OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICES

6 hour



1

Photodiodes


2

Light
-
Emitting Diodes


3

Sem
iconductor Lasers


Four, Textbooks and references

Teaching material:

"Solid State Electronic Devices", Ben G. Sreetman, Sanjay Kumuar Banerjee, publishing house of electronics industry

"The experiment guide book", semiconductor devices (self)

Reference.

"P
hysical semiconductor devices”, Ceng Shurong Peking University Press

"Modern semiconductor device physics", Shi Min, Science Press

"Semiconductor electronics (Semiconductor
-
Device Electronics)", (English Edition) []R. M. Warner, B. L. Grung,
publishing ho
use of electronics industry

"HANDBOOK FOR TRANSISTORS", John D. Lenk Prentice
-
Hall Inc.


Syllabus: Wang Baozhu Program approval: Wen Huanming


D
ate: August

2007


Numerical Computation

Course syllabus

Course name : Numerica
l Computation

Course character: Required courses

Learning points: 3.0

Total hours: 48

Theory hours : 48

Applicable objects: Undergraduate
Electronic Science and technology


One.The nature , purpose and mission of the courses


This course is a profe
ssional basic course of the professional, this course of study purpose and mission is to enable
students to understand and master the computer basic algorithms and the relevant calculation theory, for the future use
of electronic computer to lay a solid fo
undation for scientific computing.

Prerequisite: Higher mathematics, computer language


Two.Teaching basic requirements

1


B
asic requirements

(1)
U
nderstand and master computer basic algorithms and related theory.

(2)
U
nderstand and grasp the basic concepts,
relevant theory and algorithm. Including: error knowledge, solution
of direct solution and iterative method for solving linear equations, solutions of nonlinear equations and nonlinear
equations simple knowledge, calculation, matrix eigenvalue and eigenvec
tor interpolation method, least square method,
the optimal square approximation and numerical integration, numerical differentiation, numerical solution of ordinary
differential equations and ordinary differential equations.

2

I
mportant content

Focus on t
he master computer basic algorithms and related theory as well as the basic concept, the theory and
algorithm.


Three.Course content and hours allocated

1 Introduction (4 hours)

(1
)

R
esearch object and characteristics of computer mathematics method

(2)
M
at
hematical problem and the numerical algorithm

(3)
E
rror

2
D
irect method
of
linear equations (14 hours)

(1)
D
irect method and the triangular equations

(2 Gauss elimination method

(3) Gauss out the main elements of elimination

(4)
D
irect factorization method

(5)
S
quare root law

(6)
C
hase method

3
I
nterpolation method and least square method (14 hours)

(1)
I
nterpolation method

(2)
E
rror of interpolation polynomials

(3)
P
iecewise interpolation method

(4)
P
iecewise interpolation method

(5) Hermite interpolation

(6)

T
hree spline interpolation

(7) Least squares fitting data

4
N
umerical integral and differential (2 hours)

(1) Newton
-
Cotes formula

(2)
C
omposite quadrature method

(3) Romberg algorithm

5
N
umerical solution of ordinary differential equations (4 hours)

(1)
Introduction

(2) Runge
-
Kutta

6
S
uccessive approximation (10 hours)

(1)
B
asic concept

(2)
I
terative method for solving linear equations

(3)
I
terative method for solving nonlinear equations

(4)
A
ccelerated iterative method


Four.Teaching materials and referen
ces

Teaching material


<<
Computer numerical method
>>
Shi Jilin, Liu Shuzhen, Chen Guizhi,
H
igher
E
ducation
P
ress

References



Numerical analysis


Li Qingyang, Wang Nengchao, Yi, Tsinghua University
P
ress


Numerical calculation


Guan Zhi, edited by Chen Jin
gliang, Tsinghua University
P
ress


Numerical analysis

Shi Wanming of Beijing Institute of Technology
P
ress


Outline develop

Wu Ruihong

Outline validation

Wang Xiaojun

Data

August 20
12



Principles of Integrated Circuit

course syllabus

Course Title (Engli
sh ): Principles of Integrated Circuit

Nature of the course : degree courses

Credit: 4.0

Total Hours: 64 theory hours : 64 Experimental Hours : 0

Suitable for: Electronic Science and Technology undergraduate



the nature , purpose an
d mission of the course

This course is the backbone of the professional specialized courses . this course enable students to have an overall
understanding of the integrated circuit , and lay the foundation for later learning and working


Prerequisite:

Phy
sics of Semiconductor Devices
》《
analog electronics
》《
digital electronics




Basic requirements of Course

1


Basic requirements

( 1 ) grasp constitute the basic unit of the integrated circuit firmly


TTL is representative of the bipolar
and CMOS as
the representative of the MOS gate structure, characteristics and design methods .

( 2 ) understand other types of basic circuit unit .

( 3) understand the structure and characteristics of the large
-

scale integrated circuit , the microprocess
or represented .

(4) understand the law of development, design methods , testing technology of large
-
scale integrated circuits

2

key content of Master

Mastered the basic unit of constituting an integrated circuit
-

TTL represented bipolar and CMOS as the r
epresentative
of the MOS type gate circuit structure, characteristics and design method




Course content and allocation of hours

1

Integrated circuit manufacturing process (4 hours)

( 1 ) bipolar integrated circuit manufacturing pro
cess

( 2 ) of the basic manufacturing process of the MOS integrated circuit

2

Integrated circuits , transistors and parasitics (10 hours)

( 1 ) bipolar transistors in integrated circuits and active and passive parasitics

( 2 ) Integrated Circuit MOS tube t
o active and passive parasitics

3


TTL circuits , ECL and passive integrated circuit device (8 hours)

(1 ) integrated circuits , passive components (resistors, capacitors, etc.)

(2) TTL circuit schematic the ECL circuit schematic and applications as well as l
ayout

4 . The MOS inverter device (6 hours )




( 1 ) all the basic MOS inverter




( 2 ) Static MOS inverting devices and dynamic MOS inverter

5. MOS integrated circuit basic principle (8 hours )




( 1 ) MOS circuit logic unit




( 2 ) MOS circuit logic
function devices

6. Memory (4 hours)




(1) Memory concept as well as the basic memory cell




( 2 ) static random access memory , dynamic random access memory

7. Analog integrated circuits (8 hours )




The basic unit (1 ) analog integrated circuits




(2

) Integrated Operational Amplifier

8. MOS switched
-
capacitor circuit (2 hours )

9. D / A and A / D converter ( 6 hours )




( 1 ) D / A and A / D converter principle




( 2 ) D / A , A / D converter of several types

10. IC Design Overview ( 4 hours)



Textbooks and reference

Textbooks


ZHU Zheng Yong , the semiconductor integrated circuit edited by Tsinghua University Press

Reference


The


bipolar integrated circuit analysis and design basis

Jia Songliang edited by the Publishing Ho
use of Electronics
Industry Press

MOS integrated circuit analysis and design basis Zhang edited by the Publishing House of Electronics Industry





The outline formulated : Shengbiao An Outline validation : Huanming Wen



Data

: August

20
12




Integrated Circuits
Processing

Course syllabus

Course name :

Integrated Circuits
Processing

Course character: Required courses

Learning points: 3.0

Total hours: 48

Theory hours : 4
6

Experimental (or machine) hour
s:
2

Applicable objects: Undergraduate
Electronic Science and technology


One.The nature , purpose and mission of the courses


This course mainly introduces the process of integrated circuit. The basic concept of substrate material, oxidation,
diffusion, i
on implantation, rapid thermal processing, lithography, corrosion and package, and briefly introduces the
method of VLSI, combined with MOSFET, CMOS, bipolar device technology introduces VLSI process and the
principle.

Prerequisite: Semiconductor physics,
Semiconductor Devices Physics.


Two.Teaching basic requirements

1
B
asic requirements

(1
D
evelopment of understanding of integrated circuit technology.

(2)
U
nderstand the crystal structure of silicon.

(3)
U
nderstand the basic principle and testing process o
f integrated circuit.

(4)
U
nderstand the process integration, process and device test

2
I
mportant content

Master the key principle process, integrated circuit technology.


Three.Course content and hours allocated

1 Introduction (2 hours)

(1)
D
evelopment

(2
)
The
characteristics and process

2The crystal structure of silicon (2 hours)

(1)
C
rystal structure of silicon

(2)
C
rystal orientation, crystal face and accumulation model

(3)
D
efects in silicon crystals

(4)
I
mpurities in silicon

(5)
T
he solubility of impu
rities in silicon crystals.

3 oxidation (6 hours)

(1)
T
he structure and properties of SiO2

(2)

T
he masking effect of SiO2

(3)

T
he thermal oxidation kinetics of growth

(4)
D
etermines the oxidation rate constant and influence of various factors on the oxidati
on rate

(5)
I
mpurity thermal oxidation process and distribution

(6

T
he initial oxidation stage and the growth of thin oxide

(7)
T
he Si
-
SiO2 interface characteristics

(8) SiO2 other preparation methods

(9

T
he quality detection of SiO2 film

4The diffusion (4

hours)

(1)
T
he impurity diffusion mechanism

(2)

T
he diffusion coefficient and the diffusion equation

(3)
T
he distribution of diffusion of impurities

(4)
T
he other factor influence of impurity distribution

(5)
D
iffusion process

(6)
T
he development of diffu
sion process

(7)
T
esting and quality control process

5
I
on implantation (4 hours)

(1)
N
uclear collision electron collision

(2)
I
mplanted ion distribution

(3)
T
he implantation damage

6
P
hysical vapor deposition (2 hours)

(1)
T
he basic principles

(2)
T
he eva
poration source

(3)
G
as glow discharge

(4)
S
puttering

7
C
hemical vapor deposition (4 hours)

(1) CVD model

(2)
C
hemical vapor deposition system

(3)
C
haracteristics and deposition of CVD polycrystalline silicon

(4)
P
roperties and deposition methods of CVD si
lica

(5)
P
roperties and deposition methods of CVD silicon nitride

(6)
M
etal chemical vapor deposition

8.
E
pitaxial (4 hours)

(1)
T
he basic principle of extension

(2)
L
ow pressure epitaxial

(3)
S
elective epitaxy

(4) SOS Technology

(5)
E
pitaxial layer resisti
vity measurement

(6)

T
he process quality inspection

9
P
hotolithography and etching process (8 hours)

(1)
L
ithography process

(2)
R
esolution

(3)
M
ultilayer photoresist Technology

(4)

T
he antireflection coating process

(5)
T
he UV exposure

(6)
M
ask manufacturi
ng, X ray exposure, electron beam direct writing lithography

(7)
T
he wet etching

(8)
D
ry etching techniques

(9)
T
he photoetching quality analysis

10
M
etallization and multilayer interconnection (4 hours)

(1)
I
ntegrated circuit metallization material proper
ty requirements

(2)
A
pplication of aluminum in the integrated circuit technology.

(3)
C
opper and low K medium

(4)
P
olysilicon and silicide

(5)
T
he large scale integrated circuit and the multilayer interconnection

11
P
rocess integration, process and device te
st (6 hours)

(1)
I
solated in integrated circuits

(2)
T
he CMOS integrated circuit

(3)
B
ipolar integrated circuit

(4)
P
rocess integration BiCMOS

(5)
P
rocess

(6)
D
evice test


Four.Teaching materials and references

Teaching material



Base silicon integrated c
ircuit technology

Guan Xudong Peking University Press


Experimental integrated circuit process instruction


(self)

References



Numerical analysis


Li Qingyang, Wang Nengchao, Yi, Tsinghua University
P
ress


integrated circuit technology

Wang Yangyuan, Guan

Xudong Ma Junru, higher education press


Integrated circuit manufacturing technology


Lin Mingxiang Machinery Industry Press


Semiconductor device manufacturing process


Shanghai science and Technology Press, edited by Zhang Ankang


The ultra large scale
integrated circuit technology

(beauty) Shiximeng ed. Shanghai Jiao Tong University press


Outline develop

Wu Ruihong

Outline validation

Wang Xiaojun

Data

August 20
12




Design of IC Layout


Course
Syllabus

Course name :
Design of IC Layout

Course charac
ter:

Required course

Total hours: 4
0

Theory hours : 40 Experimental (or machine) hours:
0

Learning points:
2.5

Applicable objects: Electronic Science and technology engineering


One, The nature of course, objective and task

This course is one of the spec
ialty courses for electrical science & technology major and microelectronics major
.
The purpose of this course is to focus on the social demand for IC talents
. It combines

semiconductor physics,
integrated circuit design, circuit theory

and
electronic circ
uit

and
introduces
the
techniques of CMOS concept,
integrated circuit layout design concepts and methods
.
I
t lays a solid foundation for subsequent courses and
graduation design.

Prerequisites:


Analog electronics”, “
D
igital electronics”, “
Ci
rcuit”, “semi
conductor device”, "solid state physics",
"semiconductor physics"

Two, Basic requirements of the course

1
.U
nderstand the basic concepts of integrated circuit layout design.

2
.U
nderstand China's integrated circuit layout design ideas, methods and technique
s.

3
. Master the kn
owledge and theory
. Could
analysis and design of small and medium scale integrated circuit
.

Three, The course content and time allocation

1.
Introduction


2 hours


(1) the professional history

(2) layout design, design flow

The 2 circuit

diagram base (4 hours)

(1) the basic structure of the circuit logic gate circuit and a transmission gate circuit

(2) connection between law, electrical circuit diagram

3 layout design (8 hours)

(1) COMS VLSI manufacturing technology introduction, stratifi
cation and connection, transistor layout.

(2) design rules, design steps, common criteria

(3) design, verification, the final steps

4 layout design process (8)

(1) the process definition and microprocessor design process

(2) the system application
-
specific

standard products, memory, chip

(3) application of CAD tool in the process of

Considering the 5 in layout design (16 hours)

(1) module interconnection in layout design

(2) the electrical characteristics in layout design considerations

(3) process constrai
nt in layout design

(4) do not determine the layout design technology environment

6 layout design of the computer aided design tools (2 hours)

(1) layout planning tool

(2) generation tools and support tools


Four, Textbooks and references

T
extbooks:


CMOS
Layout Design

, Dan Clein, Deng Honghui Wang Xiaolei Geng Luofeng, Publishing House of electronics
industry

References


"Chip manufacturing" Peter Van Zant the electronic industry press

"Specialized integrated circuit" Michael J.S.Smith , Zhang Qianling, t
he electronic industry press

Syllabus:
An Shengbiao

Program approval:

Wen Huanming


D
ate: August

20
12



Photoelectronic Technology


Course syllabus

Course name : Photoelectronic Technology

Course character: C
ompulsory course

Learning points: 3.0

Total h
ours: 48 Theory hours : 48 Experimental (or machine) hours: 0

Applicable objects: Undergraduate
electrical science &

technology major


One, The nature of course, objective and task

This course is compulsory for the professional. Learning this course, st
udents can understand the basic principles and
methods of Photoelectronic technology. The application of photonics technology has been very popular, to penetrate
many areas and master the basic concepts on the basis of the technology, students through this

course can
understanding of development situation and trend for future, research and development of optoelectronic devices .

P
rerequisite

course
:

College Physics
》、《
Solid
-
State Physics
》、《
Semico
nductor Physics

.


Two, Basic requirements of the course

1 Basic knowledge

(1)
Knowing
the basic principle and method of optoelectronic technology

well

(2)
Knowing
the basic work principle and design of a variety of optoelectronic devices

well

(3)
U
nders
tanding of

the common basic rule among
electrooptic effect,
magneto
-
optic effect
,

and
acousto
-
optic effect

, and

The development status and development trend

of optoelectronic technology

2 T
he key content

Grasp the working principle and device structures
of light source, optical radiation detectors, optical imaging device,
the flat panel display .


Three, The course content and time allocation

(1) Photovoltaic systems commonly used light source (8 hours)

(2) The basic of radiometry and photometry

(3) T
her
mal radiation source

(4) G
as
-
discharge source

(5) Laser

(6) LED

2. The modulation of optical radiation (6 hours)

(1) M
echanical modulation

(2) Electro
-
optical modulator

(3) Acousto
-
optic modulator

(4) Magneto
-
optical modulation

3.Optical radiation detector

(10 hours)

(1) The theoretical basis of the optical radiation detectors

(2) O
ptothermal detector

(3) Photodetector

4.Optical imaging device (8 hours)

(1) The camera tube

(2) The performance parameters of the imaging device

(3) Charge
-
Coupled Device

(4) Th
e CMOS image sensor

(5) Image intensifier

5.Optical memory (6 hours)

(1) Overview of the memory

(2) The working principle of the optical disk memory

(3) CD, VCD, DVD rewritable disc

(4) The development of optical storage technology

6. Flat panel display (1
0 hours)

(1) Liquid crystal display (LCD)

(2) LED display

(3) A plasma display

(4) DLP projection display

Five, Textbooks and references

Teaching material:


The photonics technology


Zhang Yonglin, Di Hongwei


Higher Education Press.

Reference.


Photonics
technology

, Yu
-
ying, Electronics Industry Press.



Syllabus:
Wang Baozhu

Program approval:
Wen Huanming



Data
: August

20
12



Microwave Technique


Course Title (English ) : Microwave Technique

Nature of the course : compulsory

Total Hours: 48 theoretical Hours : 48 experimental ( or on the machine ) Hours: 0

Credit: 3.0

Applicable object : Electronic Science and Technology



the nature , purpose and mission of the course

This course is a Bachelor of Electr
onic Science and Technology Elective purpose is to expand students' knowledge and
understanding of the microwave transmission theoretical foundation, the structure and characteristics of microwave
devices , MESFET structure characteristics , and to lay the

foundation for future students in microwave technology

Prerequisite:

College Physics

, "

Physical Electronics


,

Semiconductor Physics




Basic requirements of Course

1 . Basic requirements:

This course and compared to microelectro
nics direction class , involved in the field are quite different , also involves a
lot of theory , may be more difficult to understand . So they requested that succinctly and training , to miss the point , in

order to deepen the students' ability to unders
tand .

2 . Master key :

Grasp the basic configuration of the microwave integrated circuit and the design method



Course content and allocation of hours

1 . Introduction (2 hours )

( 1) the characteristics of the microwave

(2) histor
y of the development of microwave technology

( 3) the application of microwave

2 . The basic concepts of the microwave (8 hours )

(1) Maxwell's equations in the form of transverse electromagnetic ( TEM )

(2 ) transmission line equation

( 3) the incident wa
ve , the reflected wave , the reflection coefficient

( 4) The input impedance of the open line , short route , VSWR

(5) Smith chart and its application

( 6) The microwave transmission line

3 . Waveguide cavity ( 8 hours )

(1 ) rectangular waveguide

(2 ) ci
rcular waveguide

( 3 ) coaxial

( 4 ) Resonator

4 . The Microwave network infrastructure (6 hours )

(1 ) Introduction

(2) single
-

port network ( end network )

(3 ) two
-
port network ( end network )

(4) computer
-

aided microwave circuit analysis

5. Passive
microwave devices (8 hours )

( 1 ) Filter

(2 ) The circulator

(3 ) directional coupler

(4) power splitter and power combiner

6. Microwave semiconductor devices and circuits (8 hours )

( 1 ) The surface of the Schottky barrier diode

( 2 ) MESFET

(3) varacto
r parametric amplifier

(4) Microwave lumped element circuit

7. Microwave integrated circuit ( 8 hours )

( 1 ) Amplifier

( 2 ) Mixer



Textbooks and reference

Textbook:

The " microwave technology base " Zhao Chunhui , Yang Shen
-
yuan e
dited Harbin Engineering University Press

References:

Microwave technology Wuming Ying edited Xi'an University of Electronic Science and Technology Press

The electromagnetic microwave antenna Sheng Zhenhua edited Xi'an University of Electronic Science and
Technology
Press




Outline formulation : Xiuqing Zhang. Outline validation :
Huanming Wen




D
ate : August


20
12


EDA Technology

Course syllabus

Course name : Integrated Circuits Processing

Co
urse character: Required courses

Learning points: 3.5

Total hours: 56


Theory hours : 48 Experimental (or machine) hours:8

Applicable objects: Undergraduate
Electronic Science and technology


One.The nature , purpose and mission of the courses

Elec
tronic design automation (EDA) is a new technology of
computer technology and formed in the electronic design process, it has been widely used in electronic circuit design
and simulation, integrated circuit layout design, printed circuit board (PCB) design

and programmable device
programming and other work. With the development of programmable logic device is increasing varieties, function
continuously improved, technicians and researchers will be of more use programmable logic device design of electronic
c
ircuit products own. This course is to enable students to adapt to this trend, after learning this course, on several
popular structure principle, programmable logic device application and development process have a certain
understanding, such as EPLD, CPL
D and FPGA etc.. And focuses on the VHDL language, the use of programmable
logic devices are of great help for electronic circuit design students. Finally, this course also introduces the operation
method of some commonly used software development.


Prereq
uisite:Analog electronic technology, digital electronic technology



Two.Teaching basic requirements

1
T
he

basic requirements

(1)
T
he structure principle and development process to enable students to be familiar with all kinds of programmable
logic devices
, including devices GAL, PAL, ISP
-
PLD, EPLD, CPLD and FPGA etc..

(2)
P
roficient in VHDL programming language.

2


important content

Master the programming method and some basic logic circuits.


Three.Course content and hours allocated

1

Overview of

EDA Tech
nology (2 hours)

2

EDA design flow and tools (2 hours)

3

The basic structure of the VHDL language program (4 hours)

4

Data types and operators of theVHDL language (2 hours)

5

Method
of the

VHDL language structure (2 hours)

6

The main description of VHDL (4

hours)

7

Application of EDA Technology (10 hours)

8

P
rogrammable logic device (4 hours)

9

Practice electronic system design (6 hours)

10

D
esign optimization and design methods (4 hours)

11

C
ommonly used EDA software (8 hours)


Four.

The experimental teach
ing contents and requirements

1

The design and test of 1 four bit full adder (4 hours)

2

The English letters show circuit design and test (2 hours)

3

The design and test of basic flip
-
flop (2 hours)

The EDA technique is an important basic course of elect
ronic information engineering and Electronic Science and
technology specialty, the experiment is an important part of teaching, through the experimental deepen students'
understanding of test content, strengthen the cultivation of students' ability of inte
grating theory with practice, analysis
the problem how to solve the problem, in order to improve the engineering quality of students. A preliminary
understanding of VHDL language, learn to describe the way with the behavior language to design the circuit,
using the
method of familiar with the EDA experimental box; familiar with the VHDL language used to describe the behavior of
organization describe design of combinational circuits, the preliminary master truth table design; master the methods of
design and

design of combinational circuits to call their own entities, design 4 full adder; describe the advantages of
understanding of VHDL language behavior, achieve the English letters show; the design of D latch, design of JK
flip
-
flop, master the design of seq
uential circuits.


Five
.Teaching materials and references

Teaching material




EDA technology and application

Wang Guoqiang

Publishing House of electronics industry


EDA technology experiment guide book


(self)

References





EDA practical technology

Tutorial


Pan Song


Science Press



Description language and circuit design of VHDL hardware


(Revised Edition) Hou Boheng

Xi'an Electronic
Publishing



Electronic design automation application technology

Lu Erhong
,
H
ope that the Beijing Publishing


O
utline develop

Wu Ruihong

Outline validation

Wang Xiaojun

Data

August

20
12


Principles of VLSI Design


Course Title (English ): Principles of VLSI Design

Nature of the course : compulsory

Credit: 3

Total Hours: 48 theoretical hours : 44 the Experiment
al Hours: 4

Suitable for: Electronic Science and Technology undergraduate



the nature , purpose and mission of the course

VLSI design is the fastest growing industry in the 20th century , in the near future

it will make a huge diffe
rence to
people's lives , we opened the purpose of this professional courses which is hoped that through this course to enable
students to understand today 's VLSI system design methods and techniques ; grasp the basic structure of the model and
the charac
teristics of the MOS devices

Establish the basic concepts of the related technology , cell library design
technology, microprocessors and structure of memory organization , master integrated circuit design features and
methods

tmaster the major integrated

circuit design technology , the establishment of the concept of system
integration , the establishment of the system of modular design thinking ; know the basic layout of an integrated circuit ;
master analog circuit and transform circuit design method ,
with emphasis on composition of integrated circuit design
system and the process of completing the designsion



The task of this course is to enable students to understand the design process and basic design methods of integrated
circuits , so that stude
nts have some knowledge of the chip design process



Prerequisite:

Analog Electronic Technology


,


digital electronic technology

,

integrated circuit
principle


,

digital logic circuits


.



Basic requirements of Course

1
. Basic requirements

( 1 ) VLSI design basis .

(2) transistor regular array design techniques.

( 3) grap analysis and design of system
-
on
-
chip ( SOC ) .

2 . Master key content

Focus on integrated circuits analysis , integrated circuit design and applicatio
n , to make it easier for students to accept



Course content and allocation of hours

1 . Overview of VLSI design basis (3 hours )

( 1 ) VLSI design technology base and mainstream manufacturing technology

( 2 ) VLSI design methods an
d design techniques

(3) the contribution of the new technologies on VLSI

( 4 ) ASIC and VLSI

( 5 ) SOC

2 . Craft and Design Interface ( 4 hours)

( 1 ) process constraints on the design process abstract

( 2) Design Rules

3 . Of transistor regular array and
design techniques (4 hours )

(1) transistor array logic design applications

( 2 ) MOS transistor switch logic

( 3 ) PLA and its extended structure

( 4) Gate Array

(5) transistor regular array of design technology applications

4 . Cell library design techni
ques (4 hours )

(1) cell library concept

( 2 ) standard cell design technology

(3 ) building block design

( 4) cell library technology extended

5. Microprocessor and memory organization ( 3 hours)

(1) microprocessor unit design

(2 ) Memory Organization

6.
Simulation unit conversion circuit (3 hours )

The basic element ( 1) Analog Integrated Circuits

(2) the layout design of analog integrated circuits

7. SOC design system ( 3 hours )

( 1 ) Design System Organization

(2) the design process and software applic
ations



Experimental teaching contents and requirements

1 . Digital integrated circuit logic simulation ( design of experiments ) ( 4 hours)

The purpose of the experiment : preliminary learn to use a PC on the array circuit logic si
mulation program , the
establishment of the circuit data file analysis

to verify the logic function of the circuit


Experimental requirements: design a more complex logic circuit , a clear logic function of the circuit , and design
data files of circuit,
the use of an array of logic circuit simulation program to simulate the input circuit data , the last
comprehensive analysis based on the knowledge the validation logic circuit function . In addition, fixed delay
processing delay problem in the experiment
, each level doors produce one unit of time delay , multi
-

gate logic circuit
design and simulation expressly designed to simulate the multi
-
stage door , so that the students pay attention to what
issues


Experiment content:

( 1 ) experimental circuit da
ta format to prepare two sets of circuit data

write circuit input file .

(2) simulation two circuit, including the operation of the data input , realistic , troubleshooting error correction,
archiving , and call until the result is correct , then call the

simulation subroutine reality and print data files and
calculation results .

(3) Examine the circuit data file and output the results

modify the input waveform data , repeated simulation until all
the functionality of the circuit to be verified




Textbooks and reference

Textbook:


VLSI design basis

Li Weihua edited by the Publishing House of Electronics Industry

VLSI design principle experiment guide book ( self )

References:

ZHU Zheng Yong ,

the semiconductor integrated circuit

edited by Tsinghua University Press




The outline formulated :
Shengbiao An

Outline validation :
Huanming Wen


Data

: August

20
12


Academic English

Course Syllabus


Course name

Academic English

Course character: Selective

Credit: 2.0

Total Hours: 32 Theory Hours: 32 Experiment Hours: 0

Applicable:

Electronic Science and Technology Undergraduate


I. The nature, purpose and mission of the course

The main purpose of thi
s course is to improve students’ ability of using English in academic environment,
specifically the ability of reading and writing of English for academic articles and papers. It emphasizes the using of
English in practical situations, like reference searc
h and citation. The course is fundamental for students to master the
ability of English reading and writing for academic purpose and future works.


Prerequisite: College English

II. Basic Requirements


1. Understand the principle of academic Englis
h reading and writing


2. Reading classic academic textbooks


3. Including the content of Electric Circuits, Integrated Circuits and Computer Science


4. Master the ability of English translation

III. Course Content and Hours


1. Introduction
of Academic English (2 hours)


(1) Basic Characteristics of Academic English


(2) Academic English Translation Standard


(3) Academic English Translation Method


2. Academic Paper Writing (2 hours)


(1) Structure of academic paper


(2) Title wri
ting


(3) Abstract writing


(4) Organization and writing of Main Body


(5) Details of Main Body writing


(6) Conclusion and Reference writing


3. Academic Article Translation (28 hours)


(1) Semiconductor Physics (14 hours)


(2) Processing Te
chnology (14 hours)


IV. Teaching Materials and References


Teaching Material:


Academic English for Electronic Science and Technology: Microelectronics, Zhang Aihong, Zhou Yanping, Harbin
Institute of Technology Press


References:


Academic English,
Fang Xuming, Publishing House of Electronics Industry


Outline Written: Wu Ruihong Outline Approval: Wen Huaiming



Date: August 20
12



Digital Signal Processing

Course Syllabus


Course name:Digital Signal Process
ing

Course character: Degree course

Learning points: 3.5

Total hours:56


Theory hours : 56 Experimental (or machine) hours: 0

Applicable objects: Electronic information engineering professional


First

The
property,

objective and task of the course.

Digita
l signal processing is an new important subject developed rapidly in neoteric years. With the advancement of
computer science and microelectronics,it not only has replaced anolog technic in many fields,but also promoted the
development of and improved the
ability of signal processing. Therefor, digital signal processing technique is widely
applied in many technology fields,such as in radar,earthquake,image,communication system,control system and so on.
It is an important profession basic course after

Signa
l and System

. In order to understand and master the principles
and methods of digital signal processing, students must on top of the advanced courses,this can also help students
establish stable academic basis.

Advanced courses:

Signal and System

,

Compl
ex Variable Function

,

Integral Transformation


Second: Basic requirements

The course enables the students to analyze,compute and design in fields of transform
-
domain analysis to
discrete
-
time

signals

and

systems, Discrete Fourier

Transform

DFT

and its fa
st arithmetic, design of digital
filters ,
spectrum
analysis and so on. Furthermore,
master the principles ,techniques and methods of digital signal processing
and establish stable academic basis before engineering practice. The emphases is various transfo
rms to digital signals
and principles and designs of the digital filters.

Third

Content and time allocation

1


Introduction

2 hours


2

Discrete
-
time

signals

and

systems


8 hours



1

Discrete
-
time

signals


2

Discrete
-
time


systems


3

Sampling of
continuous
-
time

signals


3

The z
-
Transform

12 hours



1

Z
-
Transform and its properties



2

Discrete
-
Time Fourier

Transform and its properties



3

The s
ystem

functions and

frequency

response

of discrete
-
time


systems

4

The

Discrete Fourier

Transform

10 hours



1

The

Discrete

Fourier

Series and its properties


2

The

Discrete Fourier

Transform and its properties


3

Sampling

the z
-
Transform

frequency
-
domain

sampling theory



4

Approach to the
Fourier

Transform (Fourier

Series) of

analog signals using DFT

5

Fast
Fourier

Transform

6 hours



1

The problems of DFT and improved approaches


2

Decimation
-
in
-
Time

Basis
-
2 FFT

algorithms


3

Decimation
-
in
-

Frequency

Basis
-
2 FFT

algorithms


4

Inverse Fast
Fourier

Transform


5

FFT

algorithms of linear convolution

6

Structures

for


d
igital

filters

4 hours



1

IIR
filters


2

FIR

filters

7

Design of IIR

filters

6 hours



1


Filter

specifications


2

Design

of


IIR

filters

from

anolog filters


3

Properties
of


lowpass

anolog filters



4


Frequency

transformations

of

IIR filter design

8

Design of FIR

filters

6 hours



1

Characters of
linear

phase

FIR filters


2


Design

of

FIR

Filters

by

Windowing

9

Summarization

2 hours


Fourth:Textbook and references

Textbook



Digital Signal Processing Tutorial
》(
the second version
),
Cheng Peiqing, Tsing
hua University Press

References



Digital Signal Processing

, A.V.Oppenheim & R.W.Schaffer,Science Press


Digital Signal Processing

,Wang Shiyi, Beijing Institute of Technology Press



Syllabus: Zhang Xiuqing
,
Program approval: Wang Xiaojun


Da
ta
: August

20
12



Principle and Application of DSP Device

Course
Syllabus


Course Name

English
):
Principle and Application of DSPs

Course Nature

Required Courses

Credits

2.5

Total Class Hours

40

Theory

32

Practices

8

Applied Object

Electronic and Info
rmation Engineering


1.The nature, purpose and tasks of the course

Since the late 1970s, Digital Signal Processor (DSP),
which has

unique structure and the prominent

advantage of rapid
implementation of digital signal processing algorithm, has
been
very ra
pidly developed. It has been widely used in the
fields like digital signal processing algorithms, and
been
very rapidly developed in
the fields of
communications, radar,
speech synthesis and recognition, image processing, instrumentation, high
-
speed contro
l, medical equipment, household
appliances,

etc.
For
electronic engineers
,

p
roficient in one or more DSP devices has become one of the professional
skills. This course will start from a practical point of view to systematically talk about the structural pr
inciple,
instruction, program design, development tools, as well as hardware and software applications of DSP devices. This
course aims to enable students to understand the various series of DSP devices, grasp the principle of the structure of
the TI 5000
Series DSP devices and to achieve the purpose
that students can

desig
n

DSP systems
expertly with
the
application of the 5000 series DSP. And then comprehending by analogy, the students can quickly get started through
self
-
study in the application of other
series of DSP devices.

Prerequisite Course:

Simulation Electronic Technology,

Digital Electronic Technology,

Microcomputer Principle,

Signal and System,

Digital Signal Processing

etc.

2.Teaching basic requirements

1.
F
amiliar
with
the TMS320C54x structure

principle, including the bus structure, memory, data addressing modes,
the program memory address generation, pipeline, on
-
chip peripherals, serial port, external bus and other content.

2. Master TMS320C54x instruction, and assembly language programming.

3. Understand and be able to use assembly language development tools.

4. Learn more DSP devices with memory and peripherals interface.

5. Grasp of several algorithms DSP implementation.

3.Course content and distribution of class hours

1. Structural princip
le of TMS320C54x (12 class hours)

(1) An overview of the TMS320 series DSP

(2) Main characteristics and bus structure of TMS320C54x

(3) Memory, the central processing unit

(4) Data addressing modes

(5) Program memory address generation, pipeline

(6) On
-
chi
p peripherals, external bus, pin Signal Description

2. Instruction repertoire of TMS320C54x (4 class hours)

(1) representation method of instruction

(2) Instruction introduced

3. Assembly language program development tools

1 class hours


4. The use of sim
ulator

1 class hours


5. Assembly language programming

8 class hours


(1) Process control and transfer and the stack use

(2) Addition and subtraction, multiplication, repeat the operation

(3) Data block transfer, two
-
operand multiplication, long word compu
ting, parallel computing

(4) Decimal arithmetic, division, floating point

6. The hardware and software applications of TMS320C54x

6 class hours


(1) Memory and peripheral interface of TMS320C54x

(2) TMS320C54x implementation of FIR and IIR filters

(3) FFT

TMS320C54x method

4.Experimental teaching contents and requirements

1. Integrated peripherals experiment

2 class hours


2. Timer experiment

2 class hours


3. Basic algorithm experiment

2 class hours


4. FIR filter experiment

2 class hours


Through the exp
eriment, master DSP basic experimental methods and skills, can analysis and assessment of the
experimental results. Further deepen the understanding of the working principle of the TMS320C54x timer; master
TMS320C54x instruction and assembly language progr
amming, master DSP FIR filter.

5.Textbooks and reference books

Textbooks:

TMS320C54x DSP structure, principle and application,

DAI Ming
-
zhen, Beijing University of Aeronautics and
Astronautics Press

References:

TMS320C54x DSP application system design,

ZH
ENG Hong WU Guan, Beijing University of Aeronautics and
Astronautics Press

The principles and application of DSP chip

ZHANG Xiong
-
wei CAO Tie
-
yong, Beijing University of Aeronautics
and Astronautics Press

DSP based system design and application,

WANG Nian
-
xu, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Press

Outline
-
making


AN Guo
-
chen

Outline validation

WANG Xiao
-
jun



Date


August 20
12



Sensor Principle



Course
Syllabus


COURSE TITLE

Sensor Principle

COURSE

CHARACTERISTICS

Optional

course

CREDIT

1
.5

TOTAL CLASS HOURS

32

THEORY HOURS

2
8

EXPERIMENT HOURS

4

SUITABLE MAJOR

Electronic
science and technology

I

CHARACTER, PURPOSE AND TASK OF COURSE

Sensors are the information entry in the informati
on processing system, and its important role has increasingly
been recognized. This course is adapted to the sensor system design and the application. Based on the sensor
commonality, this course explains the principles, performances and applications of so
me representative sensors. This
course discusses the device and system, the principle and application, and the relationship between breadth and depth.
Through the study of this course, the students not only have a complete concept of the present situation
and
development of the sensor, but also have a certain ability of the design of the sensor system.

PRERUQUISITE COURSE: circuit, digital electronic technology, analog electronic technology

II

BASIC REQUIREMENTS OF COURSE

Students should u
nd
erstand the principle, structure, characteristics and application field of the main sensors. In a
specific application, students can select the sensors and design the signal processing circuit. The key is to master the
selection of sensor and the signal
processing circuit design.

III

COURSE CONTENT AND CLASS HOURS DISTRIBUTION

1

Basic knowledge of measurement technology (4 hours)

(1) Basic knowledge of sensors and measurement methods

(2) Basic characteristics of sensors

2


Temperature mea
surement (
6
hours)

(1) Resistance temperature sensor

(2) Thermocouple sensor

(3) Radial temperature sensor

3

Pressure measurement (
4

hours)

(1) Strain pressure meter

(2) Piezoelectric sensor

4

Material level and thickness detection (
4

hours)

(1) Capacitive

level meter

(2) Eddy
-
current transducer

5

Displacement and speed detection (
6

hours)

(1) Inductive transducer

(2)
Hall

sensor

(3) Photoelectric effect and device

6

S
ensor technology situation and development (4 hours)

(1) Review of the course

(2) Sensor t
echnology situation and development

IV

EXPERIMENTAL CONTENT OF COURSE

1

Thermocouple and thermistor (2 hours)

2

Capacitive displacement sensor (2 hours)

Experimental requirements

Through the experimental program, students generally underst
and the principle of the related sensor. Through
experimental method, student should grasp the practical application of the sensor. Students should preview before class,
complete the experiments in the set time, write test report and answer questions after

class.

V

TEACHING MATERIAL AND REFERENCES

Teaching material:

“Sensor and testing technology”, science of education “fifteen” country scheme research project result, Song Wenxu,
etc. Higher education press.

References:


Sensor principle an
d applications
”, 21
st

century institution of higher learning electronic information teaching material,
Luan guidong, etc. Xidian university press.




Outline establish: Chen shuwang


Outline examine: Wang xiaojun



Date:

August

20
12



Principles and Application of Single
-
Chip Microcomputer

Course syllabus


Course name : Principles and Application of Single
-
Chip Microcomputer

Course character: Electives

Learning points:
1.5

Total hours
: 32


Theory hours : 18 Experimental (or machine) hours: 14

Applicable objects: Undergraduate electronic information engineering


One, The nature of course, objective and task

Th
e

course is a basic course

of
discipline
. The task of this course is to e
nabl
e students to master the principle
s

of
common
Single
-
Chip Microcomputer

and engineering applications of technology
, so that l
ay the necessary technical
basis of knowledge and research and development capabilities for the follow
-
up courses of study and rela
ted
professional and

technical work after graduation.

Advanced Placement
:

Fundamentals of Analog Electronics



Fundamentals of Digital Electronics



C programming

and so on.


Two, Basic requirements of the course

1 basic requirements

Students are required
to understand the
development history, current situation and position in the field of engineering
technology

of Single
-
Chip Microcomputer. Through the studying of this course, to enable students to master the

structure of the common
Single
-
Chip Microcomput
er
, instruction, programming techniques and system extension
methods
, to carry out
hardware design

of
peripheral circuits and software programming

that based on processors of
Single
-
Chip Microcomputer.

2
Master key content

The contents are
hardware archite
cture, instruction set
,
system expansion

and the detail
structure, performance
,
features
and use
-
method of the MCS
-
51 series.


Three, The course content and time allocation

1
Single
-
Chip Microcomputer

outline
(
2

hours)

2
hardware architecture

of
Single
-
Chip

Microcomputer(
8

hours)


(1)
Internal structure and storage configuration


(2)
I/O Lines

and
Timer/Counters


(3)
serial port and interrupt system


(4)
Reset and clock circuit

3
instruction set

and programming
(
4

hours)


(1)
Addressing modes and instruc
tion


(2)
Transfer procedures and operational procedures

4
System Expansion Technology(
4

hours)


(1)
Memory Expansion


(2)
I/O port expansion

5
System development and application design(
8

hours)


(1)
Timer/Counters

application


(2)
serial port

applica
tion


(3) display circuit design


(4) keyboard circuit design

6
Introduction to new Single
-
Chip Microcomputer(
2

hours)

Four, The experimental teaching contents and requirements

1 display experiment
(
2

hours)

2 keyboard experiment
(
2

hours)

Through the exp
eriments,
to enable students to master

the use
-
method of teaching experimental system of HB
-
51,and
the same time to understand the process that include program input,debugging and record the experimental
results.Knowing the written of
assembly language

and

the method of
assembly language manual translated into machine
code.
It is important to
have a good command of

Single
-
Chip Microcomputer

system bus expansion method

,
LED
digital tube dynamic scan method

and
matrix keyboard programming
.


Five, Textbooks an
d references

Teaching material:


Single
-
Chip Microcomputer Principle and Interface Technology


Gaofeng Science
Press


Single
-
Chip Microcom
puter

Principle and experiment instructions

Meng Zhiyong

Reference
:


MCS

51
application design


Zhang Gangyi
Harbin Institute of Technology Press


MCS

5(9)6 series
Principle and Application



Sun Hanfang
Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Press



Syllabus:
Meng

Zhiyong

Program approval:
Wang

Xiaojun



D
ate:

August

20
12



EDA Te
chnology

Course syllabus

Course name : Integrated Circuits Processing

Course character: Required courses

Learning points: 3.5

Total hours: 56


Theory hours : 48 Experimental (or machine) hours:
8

Applicable objects: Undergraduate
Electronic Science
and technology


One.The nature , purpose and mission of the courses

Electronic design automation (EDA) is a new technology of
computer technology and formed in the electronic design process, it has been widely used in electronic circuit design
and simulati
on, integrated circuit layout design, printed circuit board (PCB) design and programmable device
programming and other work. With the development of programmable logic device is increasing varieties, function
continuously improved, technicians and research
ers will be of more use programmable logic device design of electronic
circuit products own. This course is to enable students to adapt to this trend, after learning this course, on several
popular structure principle, programmable logic device application

and development process have a certain
understanding, such as EPLD, CPLD and FPGA etc.. And focuses on the VHDL language, the use of programmable
logic devices are of great help for electronic circuit design students. Finally, this course also introduces
the operation
method of some commonly used software development.


Prerequisite:Analog electronic technology, digital electronic technology



Two.Teaching basic requirements

1
T
he

basic requirements

(1)
T
he structure principle and development process to ena
ble students to be familiar with all kinds of programmable
logic devices, including devices GAL, PAL, ISP
-
PLD, EPLD, CPLD and FPGA etc..

(2)
P
roficient in VHDL programming language.

2


important content

Master the programming method and some basic logic ci
rcuits.


Three.Course content and hours allocated

1

Overview of

EDA Technology (2 hours)

2

EDA design flow and tools (2 hours)

3

The basic structure of the VHDL language program (4 hours)

4

Data types and operators of theVHDL language (2 hours)

5

Method
of

the

VHDL language structure (2 hours)

6

The main description of VHDL (4 hours)

7

Application of EDA Technology (10 hours)

8

P
rogrammable logic device (4 hours)

9

Practice electronic system design (6 hours)

10

D
esign optimization and design methods (4 hour
s)

11

C
ommonly used EDA software (8 hours)


Four.

The experimental teaching contents and requirements

1

The design and test of 1 four bit full adder (4 hours)

2

The English letters show circuit design and test (2 hours)

3

The design and test of basic fli
p
-
flop (2 hours)

The EDA technique is an important basic course of electronic information engineering and Electronic Science and
technology specialty, the experiment is an important part of teaching, through the experimental deepen students'
understanding
of test content, strengthen the cultivation of students' ability of integrating theory with practice, analysis
the problem how to solve the problem, in order to improve the engineering quality of students. A preliminary
understanding of VHDL language, lear
n to describe the way with the behavior language to design the circuit, using the
method of familiar with the EDA experimental box; familiar with the VHDL language used to describe the behavior of
organization describe design of combinational circuits, the

preliminary master truth table design; master the methods of
design and design of combinational circuits to call their own entities, design 4 full adder; describe the advantages of
understanding of VHDL language behavior, achieve the English letters show;

the design of D latch, design of JK
flip
-
flop, master the design of sequential circuits.


Five
.Teaching materials and references

Teaching material



EDA technology and application

Wang Guoqiang

Publishing House of electronics industry


EDA technology ex
periment guide book


(self)

References




EDA practical technology Tutorial


Pan Song


Science Press


Description language and circuit design of VHDL hardware


(Revised Edition) Hou Boheng

Xi'an Electronic
Publishing


Electronic design automation applica
tion technology

Lu Erhong
,
H
ope that the Beijing Publishing


Outline develop

Wu Ruihong

Outline validation

Wang Xiaojun

Data

August



20
12


Digital Image Processing


Course syllabus


Course name(English):Digital Image Processing

Course character: Elect
ives

Learning points: 2.0

Total hours: 32

Theory hours : 32 Experimental (or machine) hours: 0

Applicable objects: Electronic and Information Engineering


One, The nature of course, objective and task

The course of communication engineering, electronic in
formation engineering undergraduate school of course
selection. Through learning of this course, can make the students master the basic concept of digital image processing,
basic theory and the basic idea of the solution, to master the basic digital image
processing technology, understand
the various applications related to digital image processing techniques. The main task of this course is to cultivate the
students' professional knowledge and the solution actual problem ability to lay a theoretical founda
tion.

Before learning this course :"higher mathematics", "linear algebra", "digital signal processing"and other basic
theoretical knowledge.


Two, Basic requirements of the course

1,
U
nderstand the basic concept of digital image processing, including imag
e processing, outline, characteristics,
research situation and some important applications.

2
Be f
amiliar with the basic knowledge and professional term of image information, image and the relationship
between the visual, the relationship between pixel and

image between the basic operation, from the perspective of
emotional and intuitive in order to facilitate understanding of images.

3
M
aster the commonly used digital image transform method and characteristics, such as Fourier transform, discrete
cosine tr
ansform and discrete
-

K L transform and wavelet transform etc. To master the characteristics of the various
transformation and realize all kinds of transform in common. Which is a system for image transformation and full
understanding, to one instance. Fl
exible use of knowledge.

4
M
aster the commonly used digital image enhancement method, understand the applied occasion of various methods,
so according to the actual application, choose appropriate digital image enhancement methods.

5
T
o understand the deve
lopment and application of digital image processing, to follow the latest development of
digital image processing techniques.


Three, The course content and time allocation

1. Introduction (2 hours)

2. Basic knowledge of the image information (4 hours)

Ter
m (1) digital image, including digital, scanning, sampling, quantization, contrast, resolution, etc.

(2) the representation method of digital image. Including gray image array notation and binary image representation.

(3) the relationship between the image

and visual.

3. The basic operation of image information (4 hours)

(1) the relationship between image pixels, including neighborhood, connected, from concept and measuring methods.

(2) basic algebra operations, including addition, subtraction algorithm and

its application.

(3) basic geometry processing methods, including translation, amplification, narrow, and rotating transform and its
application.

4. Image transformation (4 hours)

(1) the Fourier transform.

Discrete cosine transform (2).

(3) the discrete
-

K L transform.

5. Image enhancement (6 hours)

(1) enhancement method based on the point of operation. Including shade of gray level transformation, histogram
processing directly.

(2) the enhancement method based on spatial filtering. Including image smoo
thing and image sharpening filter.

(3) the enhancement method based on frequency domain transform. Including frequency domain image smoothing
filtering and sharpening image frequency domain filtering.

6. (8) in image segmentation

(1) based on threshold seg
mentation method, including histogram threshold segmentation method, the threshold
segmentation method, the variance between the maximum entropy threshold segmentation method and fuzzy
threshold segmentation method.

(2) based on the edge of the segmentatio
n method. Including point detection method, line segmentation method and
edge detection method.

(3) the segmentation method based on the movement. Including check grade motion segmentation method, optical
flow motion segmentation method and block based mot
ion segmentation method.

7. The development of image processing technology and applications (4 hours)


Four, The experimental teaching contents and requirements

Teaching materials:


Digital image processing and analysis

Liu Zhifang


Image engineering

"Zhan
g Yujin
Tsinghua university

press


Digital image processing

K.R.C astleman Electronic industry press


Computer image processing


Rong Guanhua
Tsinghua university

press


Digital image processing

"Chen Tingbiao
Tsinghua university,



Outline formulated:
Li Chunhua

Outline examination : Wang Xiaojun


D
ate: August

20
12