Ingegneria Elettronica | ELECTRONICS OF ANALOG SYSTEMS
Ingegneria Elettronica ELECTRONICS OF ANALOG SYSTEMS
|DIPARTIMENTO DI INGEGNERIA INDUSTRIALE|
|YEAR OF COURSE 1|
|YEAR OF DIDACTIC SYSTEM 2018|
|The course aims to provide the tools for the analysis and the design of circuits used for the generation and processing of analog signals. In the course the electronic front-end to receive radio signals and the various filtering techniques will be studied. Applications consist in carrying out numerical exercises and practical laboratory work on different parts of the program.|
At the end of course, the student must demonstrate to have reached the following objectives.
• knowledge and understanding.
The student will be able to understand the operation of electronics used for generating (mixers, oscillators, frequency dividers, modulators), receiving (lc filters, sc filters, plls, low noise amplifiers) and radio frequency signals. He will be able to use advanced mathematical methods for the design of switched-capacitor filters (sc).
• applying knowledge and understanding.
The student will be able to identify, size and solve:
-the architecture of a receiver circuit for radio links;
-the stability and noise characteristics of electronic circuits;
-circuits for modulation, demodulation and filtering of signals;
• making judgements.
Will be able to:
- identify devices, architectures and methodologies in order to synthesize high complexity analog circuits;
- predict the effect of different topologies on the system performance;
- identify the performance of devices using datasheets and technical documentation;
- identify the most appropriate methods for the analysis and synthesis of circuits;
- assemble complex integrated circuits and characterize performance with analytical and experimental methods.
• communication skills.
The technical contents of the course necessarily require the use of a technical language for written and oral exposure, whose occurrence is highly discriminatory element for passing the test. For the need to organize the laboratory work by groping the students, the student will gain experience of working in groups and communicating with a specific technical language.
|To successfully achieve the objectives of the course, the student must have know:|
- basic contents of integrated analog circuits;
- analog and digital modulation techniques;
- laplace transform technique;
- methods used for stability analysis (root locus, nyquist)
|THE PROGRAM OF THE COURSE DIVIDES THE LESSON IN 30H OF CLASSROOM LESSONS AND 10H OF EXERCISES ON THE FOLLOWING TOPICS: |
1) ANALOG FILTERS: [15H LESS+5H EXER+10H LAB]
BUTTERWORTH AND CHEBYSHEV FILTERS;
SWITCHED CAPACITOR FILTERS.
2) RF CIRCUITS: [15H LESS+5H EXER+10H LAB]
SIGNAL GENERATOR, VCO;
THE FINAL 20H ARE DEVOTED TO THE DESIGN, BUILD AND TEST OF A CIRCUIT FROM THE ABOVE TOPOLOGIES.
|The teaching consists of lectures, class exercises and practical laboratory work.|
During training in the classroom, students will be asked to perform the numerical exercises on various topics of the course, while the laboratory activities, which will be carried out by groping the students in order to strengthen the ability to work in teams, will be aimed at sizing, assembly and characterization of circuits with assigned performance.
|Verification of learning|
|THE LEARNING LEVEL IS VERIFIED BY TWO TASKS CONSISTING OF NEMERICAL EXERCISES. COMPLETENESS, CORRECTNESS AND CLEARNESS OF THE PRESENTATION WILL BE EVALUATED AS QUALITY PARAMETER THAT CONTRIBUTE TO THE FINAL GRADE. AT THE END OF THE LAST TASK, IF ALL HAVE BEEN EVALUATED SUFFICIENT, THE AVERAGE OF THEIR EVALUATION WILL BE THE FINAL RESULT. THIS LAST COULD BE IMPROVED BY THE STUDENT BY MEANS OF AN ORAL TASK. THIS LAST TASK IS MANDATORY IF ONE OF THE PREVIOUS IS NOT EVALUATED SUFFICIENT.|
THE MINIMUM LEVEL OF EVALUATION (18/30) IS ATTRIBUTED WHEN THE STUDENT DEMONSTRATES UNCERTAINTIES IN THE APPLICATION OF THE SOLUTION METHODS OF THE PROPOSED CIRCUITS, HAS LIMITED KNOWLEDGE OF THE MAIN PROPERTIES OF THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF COMPONENTS AND CIRCUITS AND LOW EXPOSITORY CAPACITY.
THE MAXIMUM LEVEL (30/30) IS ATTRIBUTED WHEN THE STUDENT DEMONSTRATES A COMPLETE AND THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF THE METHODS AND IS ABLE TO SOLVE THE PROPOSED PROBLEMS BY IDENTIFYING THE MOST APPROPRIATE METHODS TO ANALYZE THE CIRCUITS AND SHOWS A REMARKABLE ABILITY TO CONNECT AND EXPOSE THE PROPERTIES OF THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF COMPONENTS AND CIRCUITS.
THE LAUDE IS ATTRIBUTED WHEN THE CANDIDATE SHOWS A SIGNIFICANT MASTERY OF THE THEORETICAL AND OPERATIONAL CONTENTS AND SHOWS THE ABILITY TO PRESENT THE TOPICS WITH REMARKABLE PROPERTIES OF LANGUAGE AND AUTONOMOUS PROCESSING CAPACITY EVEN IN CONTEXTS DIFFERENT FROM THOSE PROPOSED BY THE TEACHER.
|ADEL SEDRA AND KENNETH C. SMITH “MICROELECTRONICS CIRCUITS” OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2004|
ROLF SCHAUMANN AND MAC VAN VALKENBURG "DESIGN OF ANALOG FILTERS" OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2004
SERGIO FRANCO "DESIGN WITH OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS AND ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS" MCGRAW-HILL EDUCATION
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