Electronic Design

Christian Kollmitzer
Electronic circuit board with components

# Electronic Design

# Overview

# Contents

  • passive electronic devices
  • active electronic devices
  • analysis of data-sheets
  • simulation of electronic circuits
  • design and simulation of electronic circuits

# Outcomes

Participants of this course will learn how to

  • write technical documentations
  • apply passive and active electronic devices
  • simulate electronic circuits
  • analyze data sheets

# Methods & Schedule

This course is organized as an asynchronous distance learning course with a webinar at the beginning of the course. You can study the assignments in a flexible way according to your schedule. Additonally, you will get lecturer support, on demand.

Type Effort [h]
Independent 120
Practical 0
Lecture 8

# Materials

Author Title Publisher Year
Bernhard Beetz Elektroniksimulation mit PSPICE Vieweg 2007
Erwin Böhmer Elemente der angewandten Elektronik Vieweg 2009
Robert Heinemann PSPICE: Einführung in die Elektroniksimulation Hanser 2007
Maxfield et al. Electrical Engineering: Know It All Elsevier 2008
Tietze et al. Halbleiter - Schaltungstechnik Springer 1999

# Assessment

# Methods

Type Points/Percent
Hand in AC exercise 10 points
Quiz combinatorial logic 10 points
Write a technical report 30 points
Final Exam (design and simulation of an OPA circuit) 50 points

# Criteria

Grade Grade (letter) Scale
5 Nicht Genügend < 50 points
4 Genügend 50 to 62 points
3 Befriedigend 63 to 74 points
2 Gut 75 to 87 points
1 Sehr gut 88 to 100 points

# Requirements

Basic understanding of electronic components and Ohm’s law.

# Enrollment

Participation is free of charge. Student of partner universities can send applications to participate in courses.


# UAS Technikum Wien

UAS Technikum Wien Main Entrance at Night

UAS Technikum Wien was founded in 1994 and is Austria’s only University of Applied Sciences focused solely on technical subjects. UAS Technikum Wien offers high-quality teaching, research, and training. As of December 2018, around 4,400 students are studying in 12 bachelor‘s and 18 master’s degree programs, and the number of graduates is about 11,000.

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# Lecturers

Christian Kollmitzer
Portrait of Christian Kollmitzer

# Christian Kollmitzer

Christian Kollmitzer graduated 1981 at the Technical University Vienna, worked for 13 years in electronic development with Philips and joined the UAS Technikum Wien 1994. He teaches electronics, control systems and computer vision.

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