The module provides an introduction to the basic knowledge required to understand, design and work with basic electronic circuits and the basic principles underlying the process of Electronic Engineering. No previous electronics experience is assumed and the module proceeds via a sequence of lectures supported by simple exercises designed to give practical experience of the concepts introduced in the lectures.
Total contact hours: 40
Private study hours: 110
Total study hours: 150
Coursework - 100%
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The intended subject specific learning outcomes. On successfully completing the module students will be able to:
1. recognise the fundamentals of basic electric components and circuits;
2. analyse simple electric circuits;
3. explain basic input and output electronics for microcontrollers;
4. identify a range of sensor and actuator device functions.
5. recognise ethical, environmental, and design issues in engineering.
The intended generic learning outcomes. On successfully completing the module students will be able to:
1. analyse numerical problems
2. use computers as an engineering tool.
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