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# Electronics Systems G (10091.2)

Level: Graduate Level 3 2 Faculty of Science and Technology Academic Program Area - Technology

## Unit Outlines

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• Semester 1, 2020, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (193735) - View
• Semester 1, 2019, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (185291) - View
• Semester 1, 2018, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (184674) - View
• Semester 1, 2017, FLEXIBLE, BRUCE (161589) - View

## Syllabus

This unit will focus on the following items:
i. Analog DC electronics: charge, current, voltage, Ohm's law, Kirchoff's laws series and parallel etc., voltage divider, current divider, simplifying resistor networks, power and power transfer;
ii. Analog AC electronics: alternating current and voltage, frequency, period, phase, amplitude, P-P, Peak, RMS, capacitor circuit and reactance, inductor circuit and reactance, RC, RL circuits (series and parallel), phasor notation, impedance, admittance frequency response of L and C, resonance, ideal transformers;
iii. Amplification: ideal Op-amp, model, Open loop gain, inverting and non-inverting configuration;
iv. Digital electronics: introduction, digital logic, number systems, Boolean operators and truth-tables, design and simplification of circuits, Boolean laws and identities, S of P representation, K maps, combinatorial logic; and
v.Electromagnetism: electric and magnetic fields, static and changing, magnets, magnetic induction AC generator.
This unit is co-taught with Electronics Systems, 8224

## Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

1. Understand and apply the basic concepts of analog and digital electronics (including analog DC circuit theory, digital logic and digital electronics, analog AC circuit theory, and amplification);

2. Apply their understanding of electromagnetism (including electric and magnetic fields, and the generation of electricity) to solving problems in a real-world context; and

3. Evaluate relevant and contemporary examples of electronic technology to apply to systems for future studies.

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