Electronics

Course unit code

Б3.В.4 Study plan of The Institute of Information and Space Technologies (bachelor program)

Type of course unit

Compulsory

Level of course unit

Second cycle

Year of study

II

Semester/trimester when the course unit is delivered

Spring

Number of ECTS

2 ECTS

Name of lecturer

Olga Lyubova (e-mail: o.lubova@narfu.ru), Irina Patrakova

Learning outcomes


By the end of the course, students:
  • Will have deep knowledge in modern methods of laboratory research;
  • Will be competent in the characteristics of electronic equipment and devices and their practical application.

Mode of delivery

Full-time, part-time, distance learning

Prerequisites and corequisites

  • Physics
  • Specific mathematics chapters
  • Basic programming in LabVIEW

Course content

  • History of electronics
  • Classification of semiconductor devices and systems
  • Characteristics and parameters of some semiconductor devices and their practical application
  • Features of the software for multi-platforms NI EL VIS II in the laboratory research
  • Laboratory research of specification features of electronic equipment and devices and their correlation

Recommended or required reading

  1. All New Electronics Self-Teaching Guide (Wiley Self Teaching Guides) – 3rd Edition. Harry Kybett.ISBN-10: 0470289619 | ISBN-13: 978-0470289617. May 12, 2008.
  2. Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering - 5th Edition. Giorgio Rizzoni. ISBN: 0072962984. 2007.
  3. Make: Electronics (Learning by Discovery) –1st Edition. Charles Platt. ISBN-10: 0596153740 | ISBN-13: 978-0596153748. December 17, 2009.
  4. Studying Electronics. John Hewes. 2011 http://www.kpsec.freeuk.com/study.htm
  5. Electronic Principles – 6th Edition. Albert Malvino. ISBN-10: 0028028333 | ISBN-13: 978-0028028330. February 24, 1998.
  6. A Practical Introduction to Electronic Circuits - 3rd Edition. Martin Hartley Jones, MD Kelvin Hughes Ltd. ISBN:9780521478793. January 1996

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

  • Lectures (traditional and interactive approach)
  • Laboratory and practical classes in the specialized laboratories
  • Interactive classes (business game, conference, and etc.)
  • Business game “Competition” (is conducted in a group of at least 15 people) - is to consolidate the theoretical material in a discussion of the main issues. The students can submit tasks done individually and get points.
  • Business game «Conference» (is conducted among students of the whole course). This is the final lesson for which students prepare a presentation on the proposed topic of the studied course. Opponents, provocateurs, speakers are elected. An observer that is elected by students and teacher, grades the activity of the opponents, provocateurs and speakers.
  • Essay, project work, calculating and graphical work

Assessment methods and criteria

Final exam or written test

Language of instruction

Russian, English