MG5035 – Electronic Principles
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To enable students to gain an understanding of general electronics and the basic building blocks of electronics as required for subsequent courses.
- Directed hours
- Self directed hours
- Total learning hours
- Learning Outcomes
- Analyse and use circuit theorems.
Apply fundamental principles of digital electronics
Apply fundamental principles of power supplies
Apply fundamental principles of analogue electronics
Use electronic measuring equipment.
- Thevenins theorem, superposition theorem and maximum power transfer theorem. Combinational logic circuits, sequential logic, registers, counters and encoders
Diodes, rectification and smoothing. Simple Zener and three-terminal regulated power supplies. Switching power supplies.
Linear and switching operation of BJT and MOSFET devices
Operational Amplifier theory and applications
Electronic meters, oscilloscope, function generators and component testers
- Assessment Criteria
- Assessment 1 Assignments ,Tests 30
Assessment 2 Laboratory (Practical) 30
Assessment 3 Exam 40