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Electrical and Electronic

216.172 Digital Principles and Practice15 credits
 

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Engineering Technology

216.173 Electrical Engineering Principles and Practice15 credits
Current, emf, resistivity, Ohm's law, network theorems, electrostatics, capacitance, magnets, inductance, time constants, electromagnetism. Practical and laboratory work including: safe working practice, components, basic instrumentation.

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216.174 Electrical Engineering15 credits
An introduction to AC parameters and circuit solutions. Resonance, power factor correction. Balanced three-phase systems. Transformer operation, models, parameters and applications. Introduction to DC and AC machine theory. Appropriate laboratory work.

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Electrical and Electronic

216.234 Analogue Devices and Systems15 credits
The basics of semiconductor diodes, transistors, thyristors and their application. Fundamentals of operational amplifiers including the basic building blocks. The application of operational amplifiers. Fundamental oscillator theory, op-amp oscillators and standard discrete oscillator configurations such as the Hartley, Colpits and Pierce oscillators. Laboratory work providing practical application of the theory.

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216.235 Electronic Systems15 credits
Further study of A/D and D/A converters. Simple filter theory and its application and realisation with op-amps. Digital Signal Processing fundamentals with some simulation work. An introduction to Finite State Machine fundamentals, CPLD and FPGA devices and basic Hardware Description Language programming. Practical implementation of these circuits in laboratory work.

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