Advanced Electronic Systems

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Laboratory exercises

Course Description

The course will relate topics in the design of electronic circuits that the student has already acquired during his studies with advanced knowledge of the operation of electronic circuits. By creating a series of projects, the student will master the process of designing electronic systems.

Study Programmes

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Connect system power requirements to real electronic circuits and devices
  2. Evaluate which realistic electronic circuit is the optimal solution for a particular application.
  3. Design a practical electronic system solution.

Forms of Teaching



Independent assignments


Week by Week Schedule

  1. Parameters of real operational amplifiers, Operational amplifier noise model
  2. Types of operational amplifiers, Operational amplifier power supply techniques, Cases and cooling of operational amplifiers
  3. Operational amplifier PCB layout design, Operational amplifier frequency behaviour
  4. Stability of operational amplifier, Negative and positive feedback
  5. Frequency analysis of compound amplifiers, Low noise amplifiers
  6. Low power amplifiers, Low offset amplifiers, High input impedance amplifiers
  7. Power amplifiers, High speed amplifiers, Comparators
  8. Midterm exam
  9. Circuits with non-linear transfer function, Logarithmic amplifiers, Multipliers
  10. Phase Locked Loop (PLL), Comparators
  11. Reference voltage sources, Reference current sources
  12. Power supply PCB layout for reference sources, Cascaded amplifiers; Capacitive-coupled and dc-coupled amplifiers
  13. Darlington transistor amplifiers, Classification of power amplifiers
  14. Class A and class B power amplifier, Class B crossover distortion; Class AB power amplifier
  15. Final exam


(.), System Application Guide, ADI,
(.), OP Amp Applications, ADI,
(.), Op Amps for Everyone, TI,

For students


ID 222498
  Winter semester
L0 English Level
L1 e-Learning
45 Lectures
0 Seminar
6 Exercises
12 Laboratory exercises
0 Project laboratory

Grading System

Very Good