## 20801775-2 - ELETTROTECNICA ED ELETTRONICA MODULO II

Providing the basic concepts of circuit theory in linear circuits. The methods are applied in the description of the three phase distribution systems.

Curriculum

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Programme

Two-pole non-linear resistors: the diode. Nonlinear Circuit Linearization Example: Diode Linearization (Small-Signal Model)
Ideal diode and rectifier circuit. Zener diode. Stabilizer circuit with zener. The transistor: cut-off zone, saturation zone. The transient in the active zone: model for large signals. Small-signal model of an active-zone transistor. The transistor as current-driven short-circuit and open-circuit two-poles. Logic gates: NOT,AND, OR FLIP_FLOP SR. The operational amplifier AMP.OP.: Buffer, inverting, non-inverting, comparator, clock, Integrator, Derivator, Adder, Digital - Analog converter.

Core Documentation

- Basic Electronics Circuits - K. Vasudevan - Springer Edition

Reference Bibliography

- Basic Electronics Circuits - K. Vasudevan - Springer Edition

Type of delivery of the course

Same methods as Module I of the course.

Type of evaluation

Same methods as Module I of the course.

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

Two-pole non-linear resistors: the diode. Nonlinear Circuit Linearization Example: Diode Linearization (Small-Signal Model)
Ideal diode and rectifier circuit. Zener diode. Stabilizer circuit with zener. The transistor: cut-off zone, saturation zone. The transient in the active zone: model for large signals. Small-signal model of an active-zone transistor. The transistor as current-driven short-circuit and open-circuit two-poles. Logic gates: NOT,AND, OR FLIP_FLOP SR. The operational amplifier AMP.OP.: Buffer, inverting, non-inverting, comparator, clock, Integrator, Derivator, Adder, Digital - Analog converter.

Core Documentation

- Basic Electronics Circuits - K. Vasudevan - Springer Edition

Reference Bibliography

- Basic Electronics Circuits - K. Vasudevan - Springer Edition

Type of delivery of the course

Same methods as Module I of the course.

Type of evaluation

Same methods as Module I of the course.