Course Title: Analog Electronic Circuits and ApplicationsView Course Outline
Admit Term: 2018 Fall 1184
Students will be introduced to the fundamental principles of the Operational Amplifier (OP-AMP) and its role in industrial applications. These principles will serve as the basis for developing skills in analysing, designing, and solving generalized and specific forms of open and closed loop amplifier circuits. Topics include OP-AMP basics, derivation of formulae, inverting and non-inverting amplifiers, comparators and level detectors, instrumentation amplifiers, use in linear and non-linear transducers, filters, integrators and differentiators, PID controllers and motor control applications, stability and loop tuning. Advanced math techniques will be introduced to derive the transfer functions of several circuit types to extract phase and amplitude information in both time and frequency domains. Beyond the OP-AMP, the ongoing role of discrete electronics in interfacing modern digital systems, like PLCs, to industrial signals and electromechanical control devices, will also be studied.
Prerequisite(s) for this course
- ELNC1231 - Electronic Circuit Application
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