Course Code: EA2201 • Study year: II • Academic Year: 2022-2023
Domain: Electronic engineering and telecommunications • Field of study: Applied Electronics
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Obtaining the knowledge for using modern design and simulation tools in electronics field.
Understanding the basic concepts of CAD techniques for designing electrical circuits and PCBs
Obtaining the skills to create simulations scenarios for electronic circuits diagnostics.
Course Entry Requirements:
Computer aided graphics in engineering and physics basic knowledge
1. Introduction to specific CAD tools.
2. Drawing electronic schematics with ECAD software.
3. Designing electronic symbols and creating data bases
4. Design of the printed board circuit (PCB) layout
5. Introducing the SPICE analysis tools
6. Different types of circuit analyses in PSpice software
7. Typical applications in electronics and automotive
Projected course and laboratory practice work
Acquiring the knowledge of modeling, simulation and testing of electronic circuits, with computer aided tools.
Development of validation skills of modeling and simulation techniques.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Final exam - 60% of final grade and Student Project - 40% of final grade
Schematic Capture with Cadence PSpice, Prentice Hall
Proiectare antiperturbativă în sisteme electronice, Ed. Albastră
Muhammad H. Rashid,
SPICE for circuits and electronics using PSpice, Prentice Hall