Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1 (ILV)


Course lecturer:


 Fritz Egger


FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn.

 Thomas Klinger , MLBT

 Christian Kreiter , BSc MSc


Ing. Dipl.-Ing.

 Hans Werner Samonik , BSc


FH-Prof. Dr.

 Christoph Ungermanns

Course numberB2.05270.10.040
Course codeELE 1
Semester of degree program Semester 1
Mode of delivery Presence- and Telecourse
ECTS credits8,0
Language of instruction German

Students know the fundamentals and basic laws of electrical and electronic engineering and can implement them in practical exercises. They are able to apply the essential methods of network analysis in linear circuits. They know about the behavior of ideal operational amplifiers and linear two-port circuits. They can build simple circuits with basic semiconductor devices such as diodes, bipolar, and field effect transistors.

Fundamentals and basic laws of electrical and electronic engineering
Methods of network analysis
Ideal operational amplifiers
two-port theory
Passive components: R, L and C
Semiconductor devices: diodes, bipolar and field effect transistors
Operation of laboratory measuring instruments
Current and voltage measurements
Basic circuits

Alexander/Sadiku: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, McGraw-Hill
Jaeger/Blalock: Microelectronic Circuit Design, McGraw-Hill

Flipped-classroom teaching: methodology in videos, knowledge deepening during classroom sessions, calculation exercises for consolidation
Pocket and Remote Lab exercises to prepare for the presence lab

Flipped-classroom teaching + calculation exercises 50%