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Module EE223 - Digital & Analogue Electronics 2017/18

Dr Derek molloy is responsible for the Digital and Analogue Electronics module for the 2017/18 academic year. This page provides the important information for studen

ts about this module. EE223 is a 5-credit module that takes place in the 2nd year of many of our undergraduate engineering and physics programmes. 

The draft timetable for this module is as follows:

 Week

Monday
Date
 Lecture  
Tuesday
5-6pm 
HG22
 Lecture
Wednesday
2-3pm
CG12
Tutorial
Thursday
5-6pm
QG15
Lab 
Friday
10am to 1pm 
SG15/16
 1
18th Sep
    Lecture     Lecture Lecture-
 2
25th Sep
LectureCancelled Lecture Lab Kit Collection
S213
12:00 - 1:00pm

2nd Oct
 Lecture Lecture Tutorial
Naresh
-
 4
9th Oct
Lecture Lecture 

Lab Kit Collection
S213
at 3pm
Tutorial
Naresh
 Lab 1 
Comb Logic
 5
16th Oct
Lecture Lecture Tutorial
Naresh
 No lab
 6
23rd Oct
Lecture Tutorial
Naresh
LectureLab 2
The Diode/Adders
 7
30th Oct

Lecture Lecture
Moved to QG13
1st November

Tutorial
Naresh

No lab
 8
6th Nov
LectureTutorial
Naresh
LectureLab 3
The Transistor
 9
13th Nov
 Lecture Lecture Tutorial
Naresh
Open Day -
Lab Closed

Prepare for Lab 4
 10
20th Nov
Lecture Tutorial
Naresh
Lecture
Lab 4
BCD Counters
 11
27th Nov
Lecture Tutorial
Naresh
Lecture
 Lab 5
Support
Arduino ADC/DAC
 12
4th Dec
Tutorial
Derek
Tutorial if required
Derek
Tutorial if required
Derek  
 Lab 5 Write-up due
Arduino ADC/DAC

All Lectures by Derek Molloy. 

Many Tutorials by Naresh Yarlapati

Lab Support from Billy Roarty

Lab 1-5 Demonstrators: 

  • Paul LeBoulanger
  • Tejas Markande
  • Prajwal Doddaballapura Lakshmijayasimha
  • Patrick Bore
 

Module Outcomes:

On completion of the full module, the student will:

  • Be able to describe the fundamental terms and principles of simple amplifier and operational amplifier circuits, and also simple diode and transistor circuits.
  • Be able to measure the characteristics of diodes and transistors.
  • Be able to demonstrate the characteristics of basic digital electronic circuit elements.
  • Be able to analyse and design basic digital electronic circuits and systems.
  • Apply knowledge in practical experiences of analogue and digital electronics.
  • Solve practical problems and communicate within a team. 

The full module descriptor is available here: Module Descriptor

The kit used and the contents of the kit used are described here.

The electronics kit available for use in the experiments of this module
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The kit with component titles
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Module Updates:

Recent Announcements

  • Welcome to EE223 2013/2014 Welcome to the EE223 module for 2013/2014. We will be distributing the electronic kits over the next few weeks.Good luck with the module and I hope you enjoy ...
    Posted 30 Sep 2013, 15:39 by Patricia Moore
  • Welcome & Kits 2012/13 Welcome to the EE223 Digital and Analogue Website for 2012/13. The Analogue content will appear over the next few weeks as this was the site for only the Digital ...
    Posted 29 Sep 2012, 10:10 by Patricia Moore
  • Welcome to EE223 2011/2012 The module EE223 - Digital and Analogue Electronics has begun for the 2011 Semester and I would like to welcome all students to this module. The course notes are available at ...
    Posted 25 Sep 2011, 08:00 by Patricia Moore
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Recent Tutorial Notes

  • EE223 Sample Exam Paper 2012.pdf   293k - 30 Dec 2012, 08:41 by Derek Molloy (v1)
  • Analogue Tutorial 2.pdf   62k - 30 Dec 2012, 08:40 by Derek Molloy (v1)
  • Analog Tutorial 1.pdf   28k - 5 Nov 2012, 06:10 by Derek Molloy (v1)
    ‎Analogue Tutorial Questions - The Diode‎
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