# FYSS6301 Electronics, part A (4 cr)

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## Description

Kirchoff’s laws

Nodal and mesh analysis techniques

DC and AC characteristics (current, voltage and power) of linear passive components and simple circuits

Basic AC analysis of RC/RL/RLC circuits in both time and frequency domains

Basics of electric motors, sensors and actuators

Basics of electronic amplifiers

Basic principles of operational amplifier circuits.

## Learning outcomes

At the end of this course, students will be able to

Apply Kirchoff’s current and voltage laws.

Describe the characteristics of basic linear circuit elements (resistor, capacitor and inductor)

Analyze the properties of DC and AC signals in simple passive and active circuits

Analyze the properties of simple circuits by using their transient characteristics

Describe the different components of power consumption in AC circuits

Apply operational amplifiers in simple circuits

## Description of prerequisites

Basic studies in physics (FYSP1010-1050).

## Study materials

## Literature

- Storey, Electronics: A Systems Approach (5. painos). ISBN-13: 978-0273773276; ISBN: 978-0273773276

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### Method 1

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### Teaching (4 cr)

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Lectures, exercises, laboratory work, exam.