Electronic Circuit Technology 1 (ILV)Back
|Course code||EST 1|
|Semester of degree program||Semester 3|
|Mode of delivery||Presencecourse|
|Language of instruction||German|
Students know basic constraints, methods and elements of digital circuit design. They are able to solve simple design problems (decoder, counter) by usage of hardware description languages (VHDL). They are familiar with industrial design- and implementation methods and tools (VHDL modeling, logic- and timingsimulation, synthesis, place&route, verification) for FPGA hardware platforms.
Students know the principal architectures of the most usual OpAmps. They are able to select a proper OpAmp type for a given application and implement a circuit. The Students are familiar with the most important basic circuits and know their functionality and properties.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1, Electrical and Electronic Engineering 2
Basic concepts of digital technology (logic, gate, timing, noise, power consumption), design methodology (HDL design capture, synthesis, logic-, timing- and poweroptimization, CAD tools), verification methodology (HDL testbench, logic/timing simulation, CAD tools), implementation technologies (ASIC, FPGA, CAD tools), VHDL basics, basic circuit models in VHDL (decoder, register, counter, shiftregister, hierarchical design models), measurements, test and analysis of digital circuit parameters.
Discuss a deeper understanding of transistor circuit technologies (dynamic behavior, AC-current representation of transistors, Power Stages in A, B, AB, C, D operating mode; cooling; elements of an OpAmp (differential input stage, current mirror, rail2rail input stage, rail2rail output stage) frequency response of OpAmps, oscillator circuits, saw tooth generator, PWM generator and nonlinear applications.
U. Tietze, Ch. Schenk, Halbleiter-Schaltungstechnik, Springer Verlag
J. Reichard, Lehrbuch Digitaltechnik, Oldenbourg Verlag
Application Notes, Datasheets, White Papers
Classroom lessons and approx. 40% Laboratory sessions or practical work, the lesson is divided in two parts (Digital approx.3 SWS und Analog approx. 2 SWS), supervised laboratory experiments in groups of approx. 2 students, integrated practical work in digital part for each student, writing of laboratory reportsClassroom lessons and approx. 40% Laboratory sessions or practical work, the lesson is divided in two parts (Digital approx.3 SWS und Analog approx. 2 SWS), supervised laboratory experiments in groups of approx. 2 students, integrated practical work in digital part for each student, writing of laboratory reports
Final Exam (two parts digital/analog with theory and practical work)