Electronics and IoT
The course is the basic introductory course in the design and analysis of electronic analog circuits used in computer science, telematics and the internet of things. Particular emphasis is placed on circuit implementation technologies that are key components of a modern computer circuit such as amplifiers, transistor gates, diodes, etc. At the same time, basic concepts of electronics such as Kirchoffs laws, input resistance and output concepts are presented. The course also contains a laboratory part which aims to familiarize students with the basic electronic circuits and their evaluation.
Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
a Understand the basic concepts of electronic analog circuits.
b Familiarize with basic methodologies for amplifier design.
c Familiarize with basic methodologies for the analysis of diode circuits.
d To perform response measurements in the various analog circuits.
e To understand the basic parameters of analog circuits and amplifiers.
Basic concepts of electronics. Kirchoffs laws. AC and DC analysis. General amplifier characteristics. Semiconductor diodes. Bipolar transistors I. Bipolar transistors II. Field effect transistors I. Field effect transistors II. Operational amplifiers. Microcontrollers. Sensors for IoT applications. System integration