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1 Politecnico di Torino ICT School Analog and Telecommunication Electronics A0 Course Introduction» Goals and contents» Course organization» Learning material» Reference system 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

2 Lesson A0 - Introduction Analog and Telecommunication Electronics course: Goals and contents Key features Organization How to use the learning material Textbook and CD-ROM (in Italian!) Website (in English) Other resources Identify the reference applications Radio RX and TX structures Modules and circuits for Rx and TX Power circuits 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

3 Master degree in Electronics Mandatory courses Analog & Telecom Electronics / Elettronica analogica e di potenza Courses of elective curricula O1 O2 O3 O4 ON 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

4 Course goals Develop skills, competencies, and abilities in analog and power circuits, regarding: Design at the system level» functional characteristics, external behavior of modules» interface among modules Design at the circuit level» internal structure of modules» design flow of modules and error analysis Experimental verification of circuits behavior Two reference application areas: Telecommunication systems and circuits Power control systems and circuits 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

5 What you should already know Electronics, Communication, Logic circuits Operational amplifiers, bipolar and MOS transistor models Digital circuits (gates, FF, counters, registers, ) Signal analysis, signal spectrum, basic modulations. Laboratory experiments Use of basic instruments and breadboards Handling experimental data Report writing Previous courses (3-Y Electronics degree): Various on Electronics Signals and Communication 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

6 Grouping of contents A: Introduction (this lesson) and elementary stages B: Radio systems and modules C: Phase Lock Loops (PLL) D: A/D and D/A conversion systems E: Switched capacitor circuits F: Power devices and circuits G: Power electronics For each group/lesson references to book1 and book2 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

7 Top-down approach Each subject follows the sequence Description and identification of the function in the context Identification of relevant parameters Analysis of possible circuits Design criteria Sources of errors Examples Design exercise Lab experience compare theory with real circuits verify correctness of models 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

8 Module organization 10 credits: total load 10 x 10 = 100 hours (+ homework) 14 week 7,143 h / w (average) Assigned 7,5 hours / week: 1,5 + 1,5 + 1,5 + 1,5 + 1,5 h for lesson/exercises, or 1,5 + 1,5 + 1,5 h for lessons + 3h laboratory (7-8 weeks) total load (planned, room + selfstudy)) 42 lessons x 1.5 h exercises x 1.5 h labs x 3 h total hours room_hours selfstudy_hours = 250/25 = 10 credits 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

9 Lesson A0 - Introduction Analog and Telecommunication Electronics course: Goals and contents Key features Organization How to use the learning material Textbook and CD-ROM (in Italian!) Website (in English) Other resources Identify the reference applications Radio RX and TX structures Modules and circuits for Rx and TX Power circuits 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

10 Learning resources Main reference (Book1, in English, parts B, D, E) Sergio Franco: Design with Op. Amp. and Analog ICs McGraw-Hill, 2002 Additional textbook (Book2, in Italian, part B, C, D): D. Del Corso: ELETTRONICA PER TELECOMUNICAZIONI McGraw Hill, 2002 Websites Public information, notices, timetable,» Copies of these slides, lab instruction manuals, simulators,» Samples of written exams, tests, Portale della didattica: personal info (lab and exam marks, ) 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

11 Additional learning resources Behzad Razavi: RF Microelectronics Pearson Education, November 1997, ISBN-13: Thomas H. Lee: The design of CMOS RF Integrated Circuits Cambridge University Press, 1998, ISBN Phillip E. Pace: Advanced Techniques for Digital Receivers Artech House, 2000, ISBN Wayne Tomasi: Advanced Electronic Communication Systems Prentice-Hall, 1991 (first edition), ISBN-10: X Patrick D. van der Puije: Telecommunication Circuit Design John Wiley & Sons Canada, Ltd. (1992), ISBN-10: Edward A. Wilson: Electronic Communications Technology x, ISBN ( ) Cotter W. Sayre Complete Wireless Design, McGraw-Hill Telecom, x POWER ELN (tbd) More details in the website 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

12 Exam procedures Detailed document Exams in the website Final mark F F = 0,8 S + 0,2 L + [miniproject], + [lesson notes prize] S: Exam results (written exercise + oral discussion) End-of-course sessions: 2h written test + single oral question, about 15 Other sessions: shorter written test + multiple questions oral discussion (30 ) L: lab reports Unique mark for the whole group (attending students) +1 for the best report of each experiment (with saturation at 3) Possible to repeat a single missed experiment. 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

13 [optional additional marks] Miniproject A small project or research related with course content Developed within the time frame of the course Must produce:»a public presentation (about 15 ) to the class before course end,»a written report, delivered before the exam session. From -1 to +3 points Best Lesson Notes prize Notes from the lessons Main requirements: usable to prepare next year course» Well structured, readable, Only one winner/year Up to +3 points 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

14 A Cell Free course (how to get - marks) Use of communication equipment: Not required Strongly discouraged Forbidden if causes any disturbance to the lesson (ringing, noise, lower attention ). In case of disturbance Identification of responsible person May be asked to carry out exercises or clarify lesson contents. Mark, from -3 to +1, which adds to the final exam mark. More safe to switch off Take responsibility for use 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

15 Why lab experiences? Engineering: maths & realworld models + experiments Goals Verify models towards real cases Verify correctness of design procedures Practice teamworking & communication Manuals and guides in the website Preliminary homework and need to follow labetiquette Follow instructions Carry out homeworks (Workplan, design, simulations, ) Leave your bench in better conditions than how you found it. 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

16 Cooperation and teamworking The engineer never works alone: organization and cooperation are part of real work environments Lab exercises aim also to exploit cooperation in the workplace: carrying out the experience and writing the report are collective responsibility of the working group. Only with proper preliminary organization and task assignment among the people in the group the experiment can be completed in the available time. Learn to cooperate effectively and organize your work Better to set-up mixed skill & language teams the cooperation principle does not apply to exams 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

17 Smart drawings and simulators Simulators Allow to evaluate the behavior of circuits and subsystems in various operating conditions Usually no real-time interaction Smart drawing (or active drawing) Interactive graphic simulators; allow to verify in real time the effects of parameter changes Similar toreal experience in a lab Like a lab, need explanation and instructions» each simulator in the website or in the textbook has a brief explanatory text Have ideas on new active drawings? contact the professor 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

18 Example of smart drawing Response of II order system Title Detailed description Result windows Simulation parameters control 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

19 Lesson A0 - Introduction Analog and Telecommunication Electronics course: Goals and contents Key features Organization How to use the learning material Textbook and CD-ROM (in Italian!) Website (in English) Other resources Identify the reference applications Radio RX and TX structures Modules and circuits for Rx and TX Power circuits 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

20 Reference system Main reference application: Receive and Transmit radio system, such as Cellular phone (handset & base station) Wireless LAN Other wireless interfaces Positioning receivers With an eye also to wireline systems (LAN, ) Similar problems Different channels and parameters Additional examples for the Power Electronics section In preparation 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

21 Radio systems: from simple AM demodulator Antenna and input filter Audio output transducer Channel selection From 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

22 to complex architectures From 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

23 Prerequisites MOS and BJT transistors Operational amplifiers and feedback circuits Logic gates, flip-flops, and sequential circuits (*) Analog and digital signals Basics of A/D and D/A conversion Signal analysis, analog and digital modulations Basic power circuits (*) as addressed in Digital Eletronics 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

24 Operational amplifiers Ideal Op. Amp. Basic feedback circuits Actual integrated Op. Amp. & application circuits Models and parameters Applications Voltage comparator Internal structure of Op. Amp. MOS and BJT differential stage Complementary output stage addressed in Analog Circuit Design 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

25 Bipolar and MOS transistor Basic bias circuits Small signal models Actual devices Nonlinear models (Ebers-Moll log equation) Saturation and cutoff models Use of datasheets Fabrication technologies Spreading of parameters 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

26 Signal analysis and modulation Basic signals Spectrum of sine, square, pulse, Signal analysis Periodic signals Noise Time-frequency relation Filters and resonant circuits Modulations Analog AM, FM Digital modulations 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

27 Lesson A0 final test Describe the goals of this course. Which are the course contents, and how are they grouped? Which are the reference texts and the main sources of learning material? Outline the course organization. Why are lab experiences useful in engineering courses? Which is the application used as reference for this course? Define Zin and Zout. Which are the optimal values for a voltage amplifier? What about current amplifiers? Which are the main differences between bipolar and MOS transistors? Draw small signal models for BJT and MOS transistors. 15/03/ ATLCE - A DDC

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