ES2C0-15 Analogue Electronic Design
Analogue electronics is one of the core requirements for any electronics and electrical engineer. The module is designed to provide learning on the practical applications of different analogue electronic circuits and devices that are commonly used in modern electronics.
There four fundamental categories of components that are critical for any electronics or electrical engineer to understand. These are:
- Linear devices;
- Active/passive filters;
- Voltage Regulation/reference;
- Signal conversion.
This module will present tools and techniques of used combinations of these components to create a useful analogue electronic system.
Professional Engineers must appreciate the concept of electronic analogue systems and how they interact with digital systems.
This is an indicative module outline only to give an indication of the sort of topics that may be covered. Actual sessions held may differ.
Lecture Topics include:
- Diodes, BJTs and FETs transistors as individual devices and in use as simple linear amplifiers.
- Analogue Circuit Modelling and Simulation: Schematic capture and simulation of analogue electronic components and circuits
- Voltage regulators, voltage references and current sources., construction and deployment.
- Operational Amplifiers (including internal topology), circuit configurations, e.g. use in active filters
- Sources of electrical noise , Johnson noise, 1/f noise, voltage and current noise spectral densities,op-amp noise calculations
- Analogue sinusoidal oscillators and non-sinusoidal waveform generation
By the end of the module, students should be able to:
- Appreciate a range of different analogue electronic devices and circuits
- Design analogue electronic systems to fulfil specifications. [C1, M1 C2, M2, C3, M3, C4, M4(D)]
- Measure analogue electronic components, calculate, design and build analogue electronic circuits to determine performance and behaviours. [C12, M12, C13, M13]
- Analyze and calculate operating states of common analogue circuits [C1, M1, C2, Μ2, C3, M3, C4, M4(D)]
Indicative reading list
Microelectronics Circuit Analysis and Design, Donald Neaman, 4e 2009.
Subject specific skills
Ability to apply relevant practical and laboratory skills building and testing analogue electronic circuits
Numeracy: apply mathematical, computational and modelling methods in an engineering context
|Lectures||20 sessions of 1 hour (13%)|
|Seminars||2 sessions of 1 hour (1%)|
|Demonstrations||2 sessions of 1 hour (1%)|
|Practical classes||5 sessions of 3 hours (10%)|
|Private study||111 hours (74%)|
Private study description
111 hours of guided independent learning
No further costs have been identified for this module.
You must pass all assessment components to pass the module.
Assessment group C4
|LABORATORY RESULTS REPORTING||50%|
ONLINE QMP LABORATORY RESULTS REPORTING
QMP online examination
~Platforms - AEP,QMP
Feedback on assessment
- Support through advice and feedback hours.
- Cohort-level feedback on QMP Lab Quiz
- Cohort-level feedback on final exam.
If you pass this module, you can take:
- ES3E6-15 Microwave Engineering and RF Circuits
This module is Core for:
- Year 2 of UESA-H161 BEng Biomedical Systems Engineering
- Year 2 of UESA-H63W BEng Electronic Engineering
- Year 2 of UESA-HH35 BEng Systems Engineering
- Year 2 of UESA-H163 MEng Biomedical Systems Engineering
- Year 2 of UESA-H63X MEng Electronic Engineering
- Year 2 of UESA-HH31 MEng Systems Engineering
- Year 2 of UCSA-G406 Undergraduate Computer Systems Engineering
- Year 2 of UCSA-G408 Undergraduate Computer Systems Engineering
- Year 2 of UESA-H605 Undergraduate Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Year 2 of UESA-H606 Undergraduate Electrical and Electronic Engineering MEng
This module is Option list A for:
- Year 2 of UESA-H113 BEng Engineering
UESA-H112 BSc Engineering
- Year 2 of H112 Engineering
- Year 2 of H112 Engineering
- Year 2 of UESA-HN11 BSc Engineering and Business Studies
- Year 2 of UESA-H114 MEng Engineering