TRON111 - Analog Electronics

Electrical energy is very important in Mechatronics; it provides the driving force for most industrial processes. This course begins with a discussion of energy conservation and management, proceeds through a study of basic DC and AC electricity and concludes with an introduction to solid state.

Credits: 5

Outcomes

  1. Using Industry-relevant equipment and to industry standards of time and accuracy, determine the distribution of energy among the components of an alalog electrical circuit.
  2. Compare and contrast DC and AC electricity.
  3. Using industry/relevant equipment and to industry standards of time and accuracy, identify common amplifier circuits and prove their operation in a lab setting.
  4. Using industry-relevant equipment and to industry standards of time and accuracy, specify the frequency filtering characteristics of a reactive electrical circuit and prove your specifications.
  5. Describe transistor function and application to the industry.