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Academic Year 2015/2016
School School of Industrial and Information Engineering
Name (Bachelor of Science degree)(ord. 270) - MI (355) Automation Engineering
Track A1A - Non diversificato
Programme Year 2

Course Details
ID Code 085746
Course Type Mono-Disciplinary Course
Credits (CFU / ECTS) 10.0
Semester Second Semester
Course Description The course provides the students with a basic understanding both of electronic circuits (analog and digital) and of devices. Topics covered in the subject include: - Signals: acquisition and processing; sources and sensors; time domain and frequency domain analysis. - Circuits: transfer function, amplification and attenuation, input and ouptput impedance, circuit cascading. - Electronic devices: semiconductors, pn-junction diode, MOS transistor. - Digital electronics: CMOS logic, volatile and non-volatile memories. - Analog electronics: MOS single-stage amplifiers, MOS differential stage, operational amplifier, negative feedback, inverting and non-inverting amplifier, input and output impedance, current conveyors, summer, differential amplifiers, integrators, differentiators, frequency response and stability. - Analog to digital conversion: sampling theorem, sample&hold circuits, A/D converters, D/A converters. The focus of the subject is twofold: both understanding the basic concepts that drive the operation of an electronic circuit and understanding the impact of non-idealities of real components on the circuit performances. This course is not intended to develop a specific skill in electronics, but rather to give the student a rather broad view of the overall aspects of electronics. The breadth of topics covered in this course makes it useful both for the students who intend to graduate after the first three years and for the students who want to specialize in the field of electronics.
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