Electronics I and Computer programming EE2106

Course Objectives

Electronics: Gain a basic understanding of electronic circuits, amplifiers and filters.

Programming: Acquire knowledge of, and skills in, basic principles of programming common to the majority of programming languages, using Objects.

Course Description

Electronics: Review of the common active and passive components in electronic circuits. Basic amplifiers: DC and AC models with reactive elements. Definition of terms such as frequency, response, voltage and current and power amplification.

Computer programming: Learn to use components (Objects) and their characteristics and occurrence. The course covers the basic use of variables, loops, decisions, procedures, functions and data structures. An object oriented programming language is used as a computing tool.

Learning Methods

The teaching and learning methods will include lectures, exercises, laboratory work and independent work. A total of 10 ECTS, of which 5 are associated with Computer programming.

Assessment Methods

Continuous assessment (including laboratory exercises) 30% and final examination 70%.

Minor adjustments may occur during the academic year, subject to the decision of the Dean

Publisert av / forfatter Olav Dæhli <Olav.DehliSPAMFILTER@hit.no> - 22/01/2008