Publication detail

Analog Electronic Circuits. Computer Exercises.

BRANČÍK, L. KARTCI, A.

Original Title

Analog Electronic Circuits. Computer Exercises.

English Title

Analog Electronic Circuits. Computer Exercises.

Type

course reader

Language

en

Original Abstract

Subject Analog Electronic Circuits (AEO) is included on FEEC, Undergraduate study program Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology in the winter semester of the second year, as mandatory in the field of Electronics and Communications. On the computer exercises, students learn about the possibilities of using a universal program for scientific computing MATLAB to solve electronic circuits, with the SNAP program for symbolic analysis of circuits and finally using PSpice, which is considered the world standard among professional circuit simulators. The content of the script are mainly the following chapters: 1. Mathematical modeling of circuits and their solution (MATLAB), 2. Symbolic and semisymbolic circuit analysis (SNAP), 3. Verification of the fundamental circuits theorems (PSpice), 4. Analysis and application of real operational amplifiers (PSpice), 5. Properties of basic transistor stages (PSpice), 6. Analysis and simulation of selected analog circuits (PSpice, SNAP), and 7. Modern analog functional blocks.

English abstract

Subject Analog Electronic Circuits (AEO) is included on FEEC, Undergraduate study program Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology in the winter semester of the second year, as mandatory in the field of Electronics and Communications. On the computer exercises, students learn about the possibilities of using a universal program for scientific computing MATLAB to solve electronic circuits, with the SNAP program for symbolic analysis of circuits and finally using PSpice, which is considered the world standard among professional circuit simulators. The content of the script are mainly the following chapters: 1. Mathematical modeling of circuits and their solution (MATLAB), 2. Symbolic and semisymbolic circuit analysis (SNAP), 3. Verification of the fundamental circuits theorems (PSpice), 4. Analysis and application of real operational amplifiers (PSpice), 5. Properties of basic transistor stages (PSpice), 6. Analysis and simulation of selected analog circuits (PSpice, SNAP), and 7. Modern analog functional blocks.

Keywords

analog electronic circuits, computer labs, Matlab, SNAP, PSpice

Released

31.12.2016

Publisher

Vysoké učení technické v Brně

Location

Brno

Pages from

1

Pages to

64

Pages count

64

Documents

BibTex


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  author="Lubomír {Brančík} and Aslihan {Kartci}",
  title="Analog Electronic Circuits. Computer Exercises.",
  annote="Subject Analog Electronic Circuits (AEO) is included on FEEC, Undergraduate study program Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology in the winter semester of the second year, as mandatory in the field of Electronics and Communications. On the computer exercises, students learn about the possibilities of using a universal program for scientific computing MATLAB to solve electronic circuits, with the SNAP program for symbolic analysis of circuits and finally using PSpice, which is considered the world standard among professional circuit simulators. The content of the script are mainly the following chapters: 1. Mathematical modeling of circuits and their solution (MATLAB), 2. Symbolic and semisymbolic circuit analysis (SNAP), 3. Verification of the fundamental circuits theorems (PSpice), 4. Analysis and application of real operational amplifiers (PSpice), 5. Properties of basic transistor stages (PSpice), 6. Analysis and simulation of selected analog circuits (PSpice, SNAP), and 7. Modern analog functional blocks.",
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