Title:  Electronics for Information Technology 

Code:  IEL 

Ac.Year:  2018/2019 

Sem:  Winter 

Curriculums:  

Language of Instruction:  Czech 

Private info:  http://www.fit.vutbr.cz/study/courses/IEL/private/ 

Credits:  6 

Completion:  credit+exam (written) 

Type of instruction:  Hour/sem  Lectures  Seminar Exercises  Laboratory Exercises  Computer Exercises  Other 

Hours:  39  6  12  0  8 

 Exams  Tests  Exercises  Laboratories  Other 

Points:  55  15  0  18  12 



Guarantor:  Šátek Václav, Ing., Ph.D. (DITS) 

Deputy guarantor:  Růžička Richard, doc. Ing., Ph.D., MBA (DCSY) 

Lecturer:  Peringer Petr, Dr. Ing. (DITS) Růžička Richard, doc. Ing., Ph.D., MBA (DCSY) Šátek Václav, Ing., Ph.D. (DITS) 
Instructor:  Bidlo Michal, Ing., Ph.D. (DCSY) Kocnová Jitka, Ing. (DCSY) Linhart Miroslav, doc. Ing., CSc. (DCSY) Rozman Jaroslav, Ing., Ph.D. (DITS) Strnadel Josef, Ing., Ph.D. (DCSY) Šátek Václav, Ing., Ph.D. (DITS) Šimek Václav, Ing. (DCSY) Veigend Petr, Ing. (DITS) 

Faculty:  Faculty of Information Technology BUT 

Department:  Department of Intelligent Systems FIT BUT 

Substitute for:  

 Learning objectives: 

  To obtain general knowledge and basics of selected methods of description and analysis of electric circuits with practical application in computer science. To obtain detailed instructions and information about occupational safety with electric devices. To gain practical knowledge of working with fundamental electronic circuits in labs.  Description: 

  Basic transient analysis of electric circuits. Formulation of circuit equations and possibilities of their solutions. Analysis of RC, RL, and RLC circuits. Analysis of nonlinear electric circuits. Parameters and characteristics of semiconductor elements. Graphic, numerical, and analytical methods of nonlinear circuit analysis. TTL and CMOS gates. Power supply units. Limiters and sampling circuits. Level translators, stabilizers. Astable, monostable, and bistable flipflops. Lossless and lossy transmission lines. Wave propagation on transmission lines, reflections, impedance matching.  Knowledge and skills required for the course: 

  This course takes place in the winter term of the first year of the
bachelors study programme. Thus, we expect that students have the high
school level knowledge.  Learning outcomes and competencies: 

  Ability to analyse electric circuits with practical application in computer science. Knowledge of safety regulations for work with electronic devices.  Why is the course taught: 

  Even though software is immaterial, the humanity has to still use matter to express and store thoughts, ideas and solutions. Systems designed to store the information are very complicated and have to be miniaturized. And because everything is still made of matter, we need forces that can manipulate even small particles of matter. Electromagnetic fields contain such sources, so we can, using smartly designed circuits, focus the energy and manipulate it very precisely. This is why computers are based on electronics. To understand how the computers work, we need to understand basic laws that govern electric field, electric circuits. This knowledge can then be useful when designing more complicated (for the most part digital) electronic circuits.
 Syllabus of lectures: 


 Mathematical basis for electric circuits (analytic and numerical methods), terminology and quantities used in circuits.
 Laws in linear DC circuits (Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's law)
 Electrical circuits of resistors with one and more directed voltage sources, analysis based on a method of simplification
 Theorems about substituted sources (Thévenin's theorem), method of loop's current and nodes voltages, superposition principle
 General description of RC, RL and RLC circuits. RC, RL and RLC circuits with sources of direct voltage. Transient processes
 Alternating voltages and Fourier's series, solution of RLC circuits. RLC circuits in impulse mode, frequency filters
 Lossless and lossy transmission lines. Wave propagation in transmission lines.
 Semiconducting components, bipolar technology, PN junction, diode
 Bipolar transistors, transistor as a switch
 Unipolar transistors, TTL and CMOS gates (logic levels, power consumption)
 Operational amplifiers with weighted resistant nets. Digitaltoanalog converters. Analogtodigital converters
 Overview of important electric circuits (voltage sources, stabilizers, oscillator, multivibrator, bistable flipflop, Schmitt flipflop, timer, comparator, transmitter, receiver). Microelectronics, principles of integrated circuits manufacturing
 Methods of measurement of electric and nonelectric quantities. Modern measuring devices. Principles and application of measuring devices
 Syllabus of numerical exercises: 


 Electric circuits of resistors. Fundamental circuits. Editor and simulator of electric circuits with directed voltage source. Audiovisual demonstrations
 RLC circuits, transient processes. Fundamental circuits. Editor and simulator of RLC circuits with alternating voltage source. Audiovisual demonstrations
 Bipolar technology, diode. Fundamental circuits. Audiovisual demonstrations
 Bipolar technology, transistor. Fundamental circuits. Audiovisual demonstrations
 A/D a D/A converters. Audiovisual demonstration of manipulation with professional electronic devices
 Signal transmission. Fundamental circuits. Audiovisual demonstrations
 Syllabus of laboratory exercises: 


 Electric circuits of resistors. Fundamental circuits. Editor and simulator of electric circuits with directed voltage source. Audiovisual demonstrations
 RLC circuits, transient processes. Fundamental circuits. Editor and simulator of RLC circuits with alternating voltage source. Audiovisual demonstrations
 Bipolar technology, diode. Fundamental circuits. Audiovisual demonstrations
 Bipolar technology, transistor. Fundamental circuits. Audiovisual demonstrations
 A/D a D/A converters. Audiovisual demonstration of manipulation with professional electronic devices
 Signal transmission. Fundamental circuits. Audiovisual demonstrations
 Syllabus  others, projects and individual work of students: 

 Individual evaluation of the subject on chosen examples.  Fundamental literature: 


 Lecture notes written in PowerPoint
 Murina, M.: Teorie obvodů. Brno, VUTIUM 2000.
 Brančík, L.: Elektrotechnika I. Brno, skripta FEKT VUT.
 Sedláček, J., Dědková, J.: Elektrotechnika I  laboratorní a počítačová cvičení. Brno, skripta FEKT VUT.
 Sedláček, J., Valsa, J.: Elektrotechnika II. Brno, skripta FEKT VUT.
 Murina, M., Sedláček, J.: Elektrotechnika II  počítačová cvičení. Brno, skripta FEKT VUT.
 Horowitz, P., Hill, W.: The art of electronics 3rd edition, Cambridge University Press, 2015.
 Study literature: 


 Blahovec, A.: Elektrotechnika I, II, III, Informatorium, Praha 2000
 Gescheidtová, E.: Základní metody měření v elektrotechnice. Brno, CERM 2000.
 Láníček, R.: ELEKTRONIKA, obvodysoučástkyděje, BEN  technická literatura, Praha 1998
 Punčochář, J.: Operační zesilovače v elektronice, BEN  technická literatura, Praha 1999
 Controlled instruction: 

  Midterm exam and Final exam: The minimal number of points which can be obtained from the final exam is 27. Otherwise, no points will be assigned to a student. Laboratories are voluntary. Missed laboratory is possible to replace with individual project after consultation with lecturer.
 Progress assessment: 

  During the semester, 6 laboratories (each for a maximum of 3 points), semestral project (max. 12 points) and midterm exam (maximum 15 points) are assessed.  Exam prerequisites: 

   The necessity of complete a electrical safety training course (compliant with Decree No 50/1978)
 Obtain at least 3 points from semester project and at least 6 points from laboratories.
 
