Course unit title
Introduction to Electronics
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Learning outcomes of the course unit
After completing the course, students:
• know the level of understanding the electronic equipment
• be able to analyze the circuit elements operating modes
and choose the chall
enges of adequate funds;
• be able to use virtual simulation software;
• be able to assess the potential damage to nature and place.
Mode of delivery
Prerequisites and co
Introduction to Computer Science
Recommended optional prog
Voltage sources. Currents sources. Efficiency.
Semiconductors. Diode theory. Diode circuits. Special
purpose diodes. Bipolar junction transistors. Transistor
fundamentals. Transistor biasing. AC models. Voltage
s. CC and CB amplifiers. Power amplifiers. JFETs.
MOSFETs. Thyristors. Differential amplifiers. Operational
amplifiers. Negative feedback. Linear Op
Oscillators. Regulated power supplies
Direct current laws
Special application diodes
Bipolar transistor. Fundamentals of transistors.
Transistor alternate current model.
KK and KB amplifiers
PN junction field transistors
MOP field t
Linear OP circuits.
Regulated power sources
Recommended or required reading
Malvino, A., Bates, D.J. Electronic Principles, Seventh
learning activities and
Lectures, practical classes and students’ independent
Assessment methods and criteria
Knowing and understanding the basic principles of electric
Ability to perform a simple sch
eme analysis. Ability to
perform simple scheme operation modelling in EWB
environment. Ability to theoretically define a possible
location of defect.
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