The student can:
- analyze electrical and mechanical systems by distinguishing the elemental constituting components and relate these elemental components by conservation and continuity.
- design, construct, evaluate and improve elementary circuits consisting of electronic components.
- test a circuit (of moderate complexity) with electronic test equipment, apply a systematic approach to fault finding and attribute a certain range of faults to component level.
The main objective of the `Basic Electronics and Instrumentation' course is to familiarise the students in a hands-on fashion with the basics of analogue electronics and signal processing. This is done by designing, building and testing basic electronic circuits. Starting off with very basic circuitry, providing a rather poor system performance, the students will gradually improve and extend their circuits and at the end they will be able to realise and understand a fully-fledged detection circuit for the accelerometer project.|
Non-AT students: e-mail Arnoud Onnink (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want to join this course. Due to corona, we have limited lab capacity and cannot guarantee that you will be able to participate.