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Code 8548
Year 2
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload T(30H)/TP(30H)
Scientific area Electrotechnics and Electronics
Entry requirements No requirements
Mode of delivery --Face to Face
Work placements --Not Applicable
Learning outcomes --How to apply discrete and integrated electronic components, linear and non-linear, to make a data acquisition electronic system: Diodes, Transistors, Operational Amplifiers, Active Filters, ADC’s, DAC’s and Comparators.
To design, simulate and test in laboratory those referred circuits.

--Capacity to identify the electronic components in an electronic circuit and to understand how they work together (analysis and synthesis)
Capacity to design Regulated Power Supplies, Instrumentation Amplifiers, Active Filters, ADC’s and DAC’s, Comparators.
Capacity to integrated all the above referred electronic blocs in a data acquisition system.
Syllabus 1. Semiconductor Diodes. Rectification. Clipping and Clamping Circuits.
2. Bipolar and FET Transistors. Characterization. DC Operating Points. Small Signal Operation.
3. Operational Amplifiers. Ideal Model. Topologies.
4. Integrator and Differentiator. Bode Diagrams.
5. Instrumentation Amplifiers. Differential and Common Mode Gains. AC and DC Errors. Slew Rate and CMRR.
6. Active Filters. 2nd Order Active Filter Design. Sensibility.
7. Digital to Analog Converters. Working Principles. Topologies. Conversion Errors.
8. Analog to Digital Converters. Working Principles. Special Cases: Successive Approximation, Dual Slope and Flash ADC’s.
9. Non-linear Applications of Operational Amplifiers. Precision Rectifiers. Gain Compressors. Comparators. Signal Generators.
10. Topics for Electronic Design.
Main Bibliography 1. M. Medeiros Silva, “Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Circuits”, Fundação C. Gulbenkian, 1999
2. M. Medeiros Silva, “Circuits with Bipolar and MOS Transistors”, Fundação C. Gulbenkian, 1999
3. Millman e Halkias, Integrated Electronics - McGraw - Hill, 1987
4. E. Norman Lurch, "Electronics Fundamentals" Vol.I e Vol.II - Jonh Wiley & Sons, 1999
5. Tobey, Graeme e Huelsman, "Operational Amplifiers: Design and Applications" - Burr-Brown, 1991
6. F. H. Mitchell, Jr, F. H. Mitchell, Sr, "Introduction to Electronics Design" – Prentice Hall 1992

7. http://e-conteudos.ubi.pt
8. http://www.national.com/catalog/index.html
9. http://www.maxim-ic.com/index.cfm
10. http://www.datasheetcatalog.com
11. http://www.electronics-tutorials.com
12. http://www.kpsec.freeuk.com/
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria Theoretical classes (TE) for exposition and development of the syllabus, followed by the resolution of exercises and discussion of application examples. Laboratory classes (TP) to carry out experimental work with practical application of theoretical material. In laboratory classes, students implement circuits on assembly boards and test them using electronic laboratory equipment. The proposed works allow students to understand some practical problems inherent to its implementation and analysis. At the end of each laboratory work, students must prepare a written report.
Maximum of 2 (two) absences in laboratory classes.
The written test of frequency or exam contributes to the final grade with 70%
The laboratory component contributes 30% to the final grade.
The minimum classification for admission to the final exam is 4 points.
The minimum classification of teaching and learning for approval in the Course is 10 points.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-10-13

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