Module Title
Electronic Circuits and Systems

Module Level
Level 2

Module Credits
5.00

Academic Year
2024/25

Semester
SEM1

To understand how electronic circuits are designed. To understand how electronic devices can be represented by simple, linear equivalent circuits. To show how complex circuits can be sub-divided into building blocks and these blocks in turn represented by linear equivalent circuits which can be analysed using standard circuit techniques. To understand the interaction between the building blocks to allow estimation of important systems parameters such as gain, input output resistance etc. To appreciate the importance of negative feedback in improving electronic systems performance and tolerance.

A. Obtain and be able to use the basic knowledge of transistor amplifier characteristics (small signal transistor amplifier circuit, current mirror, high frequency limitation, amplifier type and feedback topology, and Miller effect). B. Analyse transistor amplifier building blocks and output characteristics. C. Analyse transistor amplifier performance and its circuit-level stability. D. Integrate transistor amplifier circuit to multi stage amplifier topology. E. Construct transistor amplifier circuit. Method of Teaching and Learning This module will be delivered by a combination of formal lectures, tutorials and laboratory works.

This module will be delivered by a combination of formal lectures, tutorials and laboratory works.