For the electronics part, after this module the student should be able to:
 Know how to model a diode and analyze circuits using the large signal behavior of diodes, rectifiers, clamping circuits and voltage multipliers.
 Know how to bias a BJT and a MOSFET and understand the limitations of the different bias circuits with respect to variations in temperature and component properties.
 Know the small signal equivalent circuit of a diode, BJT and MOSFET.
 Be able to transform a transistor circuit to its small signal equivalent form, analyze its behavior and make a bode plot of small signal properties like gain and in and output impedances.
 Know the basic one transistor stages and their gain and input and output impedances, and use this knowledge to choose and combine appropriate stages.
 Know and be able to analyze the effect of feedback on circuit properties like gain, bandwidth, distortion, input impedance and output impedance.
 Be able to analyze the stability of feedback circuits by Nyquist plots and bode plots of the loop gain.
 Understand the workings of an oscillator and determine its oscillation criteria.
 Know and be able to analyze the various building blocks inside an opamp like differential pair, current mirror and amplifier stages.
 Know the basic workings of an antenna and be able to match it to a circuit.
 Be able to design, simulate, build and measure circuits with transistors and opamps according to a given set of specifications.
 Work in a scientific way by comparing calculations, simulations and measurements
Mathematics C1 Cayley : Educational Targets
The student is able to:
1. work with systems of linear equations, vectors, matrices, subspaces of Rn and explain the connections between these concepts
 determine an echelon form and the reduced echelon form of a matrix
 write a linear system in the form Ax = b
 determine if a linear system is (in)consistent
 determine the solution set of a linear system
 perform operations with vectors and matrices (addition, scalar multiplication, multiplication, transpose, linear combinations
 apply properties of operations with vectors and matrices
 de ne the concept of inverse of a matrix
 apply properties of an invertible matrix
 calculate the inverse of a regular matrix
 characterize an invertible matrix in terms of its echelon form, its columns (rows), linear systems
 interrelate the solution sets of Ax = b and Ax = 0
 examine the linear (in)dependency of a set of vectors
 explain the concepts of subspace and basis
 determine (a basis for) a subspace (e.g. column space, null space of a matrix)
 compute coordinate vectors w.r.t. a basis
 determine the dimension of a subspace
2. work with determinants, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, linear transformations and connect them with the previous concepts
 explain the concept of determinant of a matrix
 compute the determinant of a matrix using cofactor expansion
 apply properties of determinants (w.r.t. row and column operations and multiplication)
 characterize an invertible matrix in terms of its determinant
 calculate the area of a parallelogram or volume of a parallelepiped using determinants
 explain the concepts of eigenvalue and eigenvector of a matrix
 compute the eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a matrix, using the characteristic equation
 determine if a matrix is diagonalizable
 write a diagonalizable matrix as A = PDP��1
 explain the concept of linear transformation (domain, codomain, images)
 calculate the standard matrix of a linear transformation
 examine properties of linear transformations (onetoone, onto)
