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Electronic Fundamentals Laboratory I+II

Electronic Fundamentals Laboratory I+II

  • Knowledge of basic electronics

  • State of the art

  • Equipment with ethernet high performance interface

  • hands-on trainings

  • It´s easier in groups! Typical size of the group: 8 to 10 people - personal contact with the head of the laboratory guaranteed

  • From theory to practice

All measuring devices per workstation have a LAN / LXI interface, are connected to the desktop computer via an Ethernet switch, and can therefore be controlled remotely.  Each workstation can be used for automated measurement data acquisition using software packages such as MATLAB, Keysight-VEE Pro, LabView, C++, etc.

Students expand upon theoretical knowledge through practice-oriented lab exercises and work independently on given tasks.

They learn to operate and can work with:

  • Electronic measuring devices
  • Electronic components
  • Computer-aided measurement and circuit design methods

Application and properties of measuring devices to measure current, voltage, power and resistance as well as the electronic measurement of non-electronic parameters (e.g., temperature).

Properties of current and voltage sources.  Types, characteristics, parameters and curves of electronic components and their interconnectivity (R, L, C, diodes, bipolar and filed effect transistors, operational amplifiers, DAC / ADC converters, etc.)  Analysis of linear and nonlinear electrical networks.  Circuit design and circuit simulation with modern software tools.


  • Desktop PC with additional LAN interface
  • Laboratory table including assembly (grid field / emergency stop switch, grounding sockets)
  • Soldering station with tools
  • Experimental boards with test leads and an assortment of components
  • Digital storage oszilloskop, 2 channel, 100MHz, 2GS/s
  • Arbitrary generator, 30MHz
  • Power supply unit, 2x30V / 2x3A
  • 2 digital multimeter
  • Multimeter