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Course: Applied and Theoretical Electronics

Department/Abbreviation: OPT/APLEX

Year: 2020

Guarantee: 'Ing. Zdeněk Řehoř, Ph.D.'

Annotation: The course is aimed at bridging the problems of the theory and application of electronic circuits, focusing on understanding the physical principles of selected circuits. Teaching is supported by simulations of real circuits on the PC.

Course review:
1. Repeat RCL circuit, resonance. 2. Active element of a semiconductor transistor, gain-feedback, impedance, impedance bond, oscillator generator. 3. The transition from low-frequency electronics to high-, low-frequency amplifier. 4. Dipole, transmitter, receiver, radio frequency amplifier. 5. Introduction to the theory of signal processing and signal analysis, the principles of spectrum analyzer and oscilloscope, FFT. 6. Introduction to the theory of electronic pulses, pulses spread coaxial direction, pulse generator current and voltage, detection. 7. Noise in the electronics, basic division and suppression of its influence. LED diode, PIN diode, LD diode, semiconductor laser pumping. Sensors, basic breakdown of sensors, optoelectronic sensor.