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MEng Mechatronic Engineering / Course details

Year of entry: 2024

Course unit details:
Electronic Circuit Design II

Course unit fact file
Unit code EEEN20222
Credit rating 10
Unit level Level 2
Teaching period(s) Semester 2
Offered by Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Available as a free choice unit? No

Overview

 

This unit will cover the following:

(1)  Fundamental concepts

(2)  Ideal linear op-amp circuits, such as inverting amplifier, non-inverting amplifier, summing amplifier, instrumentation amplifier, Wheatstone bridge,

(3)  Phase-sensitive demodulation (lab)

(4) Non-ideal linear op-amp circuits

(4) Static limitations of op-amps, such as bias current, offset current, offset voltage

(5) Dynamic limitations or frequency response of op-amps

(6) Filters, such as low-pass (including 2nd order Butterworth low-pass), high-pass, band-pass, notch and all-pass filters

(7) Non-linear circuits, such as rectifier, phase-sensitive demodulator

(8)Digital-to-analogue converter (DAC), such as ladder network

(9) Analogue-to-digital converter (ADC), such as dual-ramp, successive approximation

Pre/co-requisites

Unit title Unit code Requirement type Description
Electronic Circuit Design I EEEN10232 Pre-Requisite Compulsory

Aims

This course unit detail provides the framework for delivery in 2020/21 and may be subject to change due to any additional Covid-19 impact.  Please see Blackboard / course unit related emails for any further updates.

The course unit aims to:

  • To understand fundamental electronic circuits for engineering applications.
  • To gain ability of analysing and designing electronic circuits.
  • To gain practical skills by building and testing electronic circuits in lab, using real electronic components.

Learning outcomes

 All of the following Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) are developed and assessed. On the successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

ILO 1: Analyse common analogue circuit diagrams to identify and interpret circuit behaviours in time and frequency domains.

ILO 2: Produce circuit designs for a given specification and Select component types and values in common circuit configurations.

ILO 3: Model circuit using simulation software packages 

ILO 4: Apply analytical approaches to simple linear and non-linear circuits

ILO 5: Assembly electronic circuits using real components

ILO 6: Test electronic circuits on bread-board and analyse the measurement results from the circuits.

Assessment methods

Method Weight
Other 80%
Written exam 20%

Examination:

The examination forms 80% of the unit assessment

Coursework:

Two laboratory sessions

Laboratory duration: 6 hours

Each lab session is assessed by 2% attendance and 2% performance

All students must attend all lab sessions. Otherwise, their report will not be marked.

Laboratory assessments are weighted 20%

Study hours

Scheduled activity hours
Lectures 22
Practical classes & workshops 6
Tutorials 2
Independent study hours
Independent study 70

Teaching staff

Staff member Role
Wuliang Yin Unit coordinator

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