Microcircuitry, part 2
Major: Micro and Nanosystems of the Internet of Things
Code of subject: 6.153.03.E.051
Department: Semiconductor Electronics
Lecturer: Stepan Nichkalo
Semester: 7 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Завдання: The study of an academic discipline involves the formation and development of students' competencies: general: • basic knowledge of fundamental sciences, to the extent necessary for mastering general professional disciplines; • basic knowledge in the field of micro- and nanosystem engineering, necessary for mastering professionally oriented disciplines; • ability to analyze and synthesize; • ability to apply knowledge in practice; • creativity, ability to system thinking; professional: • basic knowledge of technical characteristics, design features, purpose and rules of operation of devices and devices of micro- and nanosystem technology; • the ability to use and implement new technologies, to participate in the modernization and reconstruction of equipment, devices, systems and complexes; • the ability to use knowledge and skills for calculation, research, selection, implementation, repair, and design of devices and devices of micro- and nanosystem technology and their components.
Learning outcomes: Learning outcomes in accordance with the educational program, learning and teaching methods, methods of evaluating the achievement of learning outcomes As a result of studying the academic discipline, the student must be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes: 1. Knowledge of the basic principles of construction of linear and nonlinear analog and analog-digital devices, their calculation and practical application in modern electronics; 2. Ability to calculate specific circuits of analog nodes and build their models; determine the static and dynamic parameters of these schemes. 3. The ability to design multifunctional electronic systems of various purposes based on individual analog nodes; 4. Ability to demonstrate knowledge and skills in conducting experiments, data collection, and modeling devices and devices of micro- and nanosystem technology.
Required prior and related subjects: Previous academic disciplines: Fundamentals of the theory of electronic circuits Solid-state electronics, part 1 Solid-state electronics, part 2 Microcircuitry, part 1 Associated and following academic disciplines: Electronic systems Microelectronic means of information technologies Microprocessor technology
Summary of the subject: The program of the study discipline "Microcircuits, part 2" is designed for students of the Institute of Telecommunications, Radio Electronics and Electronic Engineering who study in the specialty 153 Micro- and Nanosystem Engineering. The educational discipline consists of lectures (30 hours) and laboratory work (30 hours) in the 7th semester. The lecture course covers 8 chapters, which outline the basics and development trends of modern analog circuitry; the structure, the principle of operation of operational amplifiers, analog-digital converters are considered, and the main circuit solutions that provide the maximum output characteristics and parameters of micro- and nanosystem technology devices are analyzed. Laboratory classes are performed using laboratory stands and/or software at the Department of Semiconductor Electronics. At the end of the semester, students take an exam. The discipline involves course work according to an individual assignment.
Опис: Basic analog functions. Elementary amplifying cascades. Feedback in amplifying cascades. Operating modes of amplifiers. Input and output cascades. Operational amplifiers. Linear and nonlinear converters of electronic signals based on operational amplifiers. Oscillation generators. Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters.
Assessment methods and criteria: The following methods are used in the process of current monitoring of students' learning results: oral interviewing of students during the defense of the results of laboratory work, checking of control works and the written component of the exam.
Критерії оцінювання результатів навчання: Current control – 40; examination control - 60.
Recommended books: Basic literature: 1. Microcircuit engineering. Textbook edited by Z.Yu. Gotry [I.I. Gelzhynskyi, R.L. Golyaka, Z.Yu. Gotra, T.A. Marusenkova].– Lviv: Liga-Press, 2015.– 492 p. 2. Electronics and microcircuit technology. Part II: Analog circuitry: Study guide / V.B. Dudykevich, G.V. Kenyo, I.V. Petrovich. Lviv: Publishing House of Lviv Polytechnic. - 2010. - 224 p. 3. V.I. Boyko, V.Ya. Zhuykov, A.A. Zori and others. Analog circuitry and pulse devices. - 2nd edition. - K.: Education of Ukraine. - 2010. 4. Kolontaevskyi Y.P., Soskov A.G. Electronics and micro circuitry [textbook] / Kyiv: Karavela, 2009, 416 p. 5. Electronics and microcircuit technology: in 4 volumes: a textbook for university students according to e.g. "Electromechanics" and "Electrical engineering" / V. I. Senko, M. V. Panasenko, E. V. Senko, etc.; under the editorship V. I. Senka, Kyiv: Caravela, 2013. 6. V.M. Prykhodko Computer electronics. Part 1. Analog circuitry: Teaching. manual. Under the editorship V. M. Prikhodka — D.: DonIZT, 2008. — 198 p. Auxiliary: 1. P. Horowitz, U. Hill The art of circuit engineering [trans. with English] / 7th edition, Moscow 2014, BINOM, 704 pages. 2. Lavrentiev B.F. Schematic engineering of electronic devices.– M: ACADEMIA 2010. 3. Fundamentals of the theory of electronic circuits: Textbook / Yu.Ya. Bobalo, B.A. Mandziy, P.G. Stakhiv, L.D. Pisarenko, Yu.I. Yakymenko; Under the editorship Prof. Yu.Ya. Bobala Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House.- 2008.- 332 p. 4. Ryabenky V.M., Smirnov V.S., Buryak V.S. Computer circuitry. Ch.1 Analog circuitry. Laboratory practice. K: Aspect-Polygraph, 2007. 5. Druzhinin A.O. Solid-state electronics. Physical foundations and properties of semiconductor devices. Education manual. - Lviv: Publishing House of the National University "Lviv Polytechnic", 2009. - 332 p. Information resources 1. http://vns.lpnu.ua/course/view.php?id=6025 2. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFI31dsn8yxaarw6LZpSHWw 3. http://publ.lib.ru/ARCHIVES/H/HOROVIC_Paul',_HILL_Uinfild/_Horovic_P.,_Hill_U..html 4. Coursera, EdX.