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02MZGNX, 02MZGLP, 02MZGOD

A.A. 2022/23

Course Language

Inglese

Course degree

1st degree and Bachelor-level of the Bologna process in Electronic Engineering - Torino

1st degree and Bachelor-level of the Bologna process in Electronic And Communications Engineering - Torino

1st degree and Bachelor-level of the Bologna process in Physical Engineering - Torino

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ING-INF/01 | 10 | B - Caratterizzanti | Ingegneria elettronica |

2020/21

This course is taught in English.
The aim of the module is to learn to analyze and design circuits that are the base of today's electronic analog and digital systems. Building on the foundations provided by previous courses of electrical engineering, electronic devices and circuits, the operational amplifiers are first introduced and used in linear and nonlinear applications. The second topic covers linear and switching power supplies. Then we study the basic modes of operation of switching transistors and use them to analyze the structure of logic gates. The analysis of data acquisition systems completes the module.

This course is taught in English.
The aim of the module is to learn to analyze and design circuits that are the base of today's electronic analog and digital systems. Building on the foundations provided by previous courses of electrical engineering, electronic devices and circuits, the operational amplifiers are first introduced and used in linear and nonlinear applications. The second topic covers linear and switching power supplies. Then we study the basic modes of operation of switching transistors and use them to analyze the structure of logic gates. The analysis of data acquisition systems completes the module.

Become familiar with analog electronics and electrical aspects of digital electronics.
Design small analog systems from specifications.
Design simple power supplies for electronic circuits.
Design a digital circuit and the interface between it and a load.
Understand the classic data acquisition systems and know how to design then from specifications.

Become familiar with analog electronics and electrical aspects of digital electronics.
Design small analog systems from specifications.
Design simple power supplies for electronic circuits.
Design a digital circuit and the interface between it and a load.
Understand the classic data acquisition systems and know how to design then from specifications.

The student must know the theory of electrical networks, their time domain frequency domain analysis, the operation in the linear region of bipolar transistors and MOS, the concept of bias and small signal. He/she also needs to know the basic concepts of signal theory and feedback. As for the experimental exercises, the student should have gained some familiarity in using laboratory equipment (oscilloscope, power supply, signal generator).

The student must know the theory of electrical networks, their time domain frequency domain analysis, the operation in the linear region of bipolar transistors and MOS, the concept of bias and small signal. He/she also needs to know the basic concepts of signal theory and feedback. As for the experimental exercises, the student should have gained some familiarity in using laboratory equipment (oscilloscope, power supply, signal generator).

Operational amplifiers (4 CFU)
- structure of operational amplifiers with BJT and MOS: current mirror, differential stage, power stage. Power amplifiers with discrete components
- Parasitic parameters of operational amplifiers, frequency response, stability
- Linear circuits: amplifier, adder, instrumentation amplifier
- Active filters: first order, second order, higher order; switched capacitor filter
- Non-linear circuits: logarithmic amplifier, ideal diode
- Threshold comparators, waveform generators, VCO
- Sinusoidal oscillators: the Wien bridge, phase shift oscillator, three-point
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Power supplies (1,5 CFU)
- Traditional structure with dissipative controller
- Switching regulator
Logic gates and switching circuits (2 CFU)
- Bipolar and MOS switching transistors, switches, transmission gates, CMOS gates
- Static and dynamic parameters of logic families, open drain and tri-state outputs, Schmitt trigger inputs
- Interfacing with loads and optical isolation
- And-Or-Invert ports, dynamic logic
- Basic sequential circuits (latches, flip-flops, counter); dynamic behavior
Data Acquisition Systems (1 CFU)
- Elements of sampling theory, quantization; D / A converter (potentiometric, weighted resistors, R-2R ladder); A / D converter (flash, successive approximation, tracking); Sample & Hold (integrating)

Operational amplifiers (4 CFU)
- structure of operational amplifiers with BJT and MOS: current mirror, differential stage, power stage. Power amplifiers with discrete components
- Parasitic parameters of operational amplifiers, frequency response, stability
- Linear circuits: amplifier, adder, instrumentation amplifier
- Active filters: first order, second order, higher order; switched capacitor filter
- Non-linear circuits: logarithmic amplifier, ideal diode
- Threshold comparators, waveform generators, VCO
- Sinusoidal oscillators: the Wien bridge, phase shift oscillator, three-point
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Power supplies (1,5 CFU)
- Traditional structure with dissipative controller
- Switching regulator
Logic gates and switching circuits (2 CFU)
- Bipolar and MOS switching transistors, switches, transmission gates, CMOS gates
- Static and dynamic parameters of logic families, open drain and tri-state outputs, Schmitt trigger inputs
- Interfacing with loads and optical isolation
- And-Or-Invert ports, dynamic logic
- Basic sequential circuits (latches, flip-flops, counter); dynamic behavior
Data Acquisition Systems (1 CFU)
- Elements of sampling theory, quantization; D / A converter (potentiometric, weighted resistors, R-2R ladder); A / D converter (flash, successive approximation, tracking); Sample & Hold (integrating)

The course includes 8 two hours (1,5 CFU) experimental laboratory exercises to be performed at the LED. The labs are organized in groups of three or four students. For each lab group must prepare reports that are evaluated by the instructor and constitute part of final examination mark.
1. Operational amplifier characteristics;
2. Active filter;
3. Instrumentation amplifier;
4. Triangular wave generator;
5. Dissipative voltage regulator;
6. Switching converter;
7. Characteristics of logic gates;
8. D / A converter

The course includes a number of two hours experimental laboratory exercises to be performed at the LED. Attendance to the laboratories is not compulsory and will be organized on a voluntary basis for students which want to perform experimental work .
However the topics related to the laboratories will be part of the exam and material describing them will be provided to students who will not attend in person.
At the beginning of the course a call for participation will be made, according to the coronavirus rules valid at that moment and a schedule of participation will be prepared. The subjects of the laboratories will be a subset of the following list:
1. Operational amplifier characteristics;
2. Active filter;
3. Instrumentation amplifier;
4. Triangular wave generator;
5. Dissipative voltage regulator;
6. Switching converter;
7. Characteristics of logic gates;
8. D / A converters

Several lecture notes in Italian covering almost the entire contents of the module are available on the official Politecnico website, where it is also possible to download the specs of the experimental exercises. For further details and discussions the recommended text is: Sedra / Smith, "Microelectronic Circuits", 5th ed. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-514252-7

Lecture notes in english covering almost the entire contents of the course are available on the official Politecnico website, where it is also possible to download the specs of the experimental exercises. For further details and discussions the recommended text is: Sedra / Smith, "Microelectronic Circuits", 5th ed. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-514252-7

The exam is targeted both to evaluate the theoretical knowledge of the sunject and the capability to apply that knowledge to the solution of practical problems. Therefore the examination consists in an oral test (three questions which may be theoretical ones or solution of simple exercises) and the final marking is the sum of the score obtained in each question
No textbooks or notes are allowed during the written exam.
A computer with a webcam, loadspeakers and a good internet connection are required. The student must be visible during the whole duration of the exam.

The exam is targeted both to evaluate the theoretical knowledge of the sunject and the capability to apply that knowledge to the solution of practical problems. Therefore the examination consists in an oral test (three questions which may be theoretical ones or solution of simple exercises) and the final marking is the sum of the score obtained in each question
No textbooks or notes are allowed during the written exam.
A computer with a webcam, loadspeakers and a good internet connection are required. The student must be visible during the whole duration of the exam.

The exam is targeted both to evaluate the theoretical knowledge of the subject and the capability to apply that knowledge to the solution of practical problems. Therefore the examination consists in an oral test (three questions which may be theoretical ones or solution of simple exercises) and the final marking is the sum of the score obtained in each question.
No textbooks or notes are allowed during the written exam.
A computer with a webcam, loadspeakers and a good internet connection are required. The student must be visible during the whole duration of the exam.
If the exam is taken on site the modality will remain the same and the questions and the answers will asked and given in presence,

The exam is targeted both to evaluate the theoretical knowledge of the subject and the capability to apply that knowledge to the solution of practical problems. Therefore the examination consists in an oral test (three questions which may be theoretical ones or solution of simple exercises) and the final marking is the sum of the score obtained in each question.
No textbooks or notes are allowed during the written exam.
A computer with a webcam, loadspeakers and a good internet connection are required. The student must be visible during the whole duration of the exam.
If the exam is taken on site the modality will remain the same and the questions and the answers will asked and given in presence,

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