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The course will provide students the assimilation of methods and strategies to recognize, interpret, analyze and design electronic circuits amplifiers, feedback systems, oscillators and power supplies. The skills taught will allow students to know and assimilate the concepts related to electronic components and circuits, and the analog processing of the electrical signal. The course consists of various activities that will be distributed in classes of theory and laboratory problems. In all actions necessary both individual work and group work for the successful achievement of the objectives of the course. The activities of theory and problems will be in a classroom theory, while the labs will be conducted in the Laboratory of Electronics at the Polytechnic School.
It is recommended to have previously taken and passed the subjects of Physics for Engineering I, Basic Electronics and Circuit Analysis.
UA Basic Transversal Competences
Specific Competences: >> Competences Common to the Telecommunications Branch
- Recognize, interpret, analyze and design electronic circuits amplifiers, feedback systems, oscillators and power supplies.
- Explain, analyze and interpret the input and output of an analog system, in both time domain and frequency.
- Identify and interpret the different analog subsystems that are part of other more complex integrated systems.
- Recognize and use laboratory equipment and software simulation tools for the analysis of analog electronic circuits.
- Recognize and appreciate the practical applications of analog circuits studied in real life.