||Location: Lappeenranta |
||M.Sc. (Tech.) 1-2 |
|Teacher(s) in Charge
Post-doctoral researcher, D.Sc. (Tech) Tommi Kärkkäinen
Upon completion of the course the student will be able to: 1. apply theoretical studies of other courses to practical electronics design, problem solving and prototype construction, 2. use multimeters, oscilloscopes, signal generators, power supplies and other measuring instruments, 3. analyse the operation of circuits based on measurements, 4. produce a scientific, technical report, 5. act as a team member in an electronics project and bear their responsibility of the success of the project.
Electronics laboratory work and prototype testing, the use of measuring instruments. Electronics design, testing, troubleshooting, hand soldering, electronics circuit simulation, project work and project management.
Defining, implementing and documenting an electronics project. Electronics design, laboratory work and reporting, 1st-4th period. Personal assignments 16 h, project work 62-138 h.
Total workload 78-156 h.
|Examination in Examination schedule (Yes/No)
|Examination in Moodle (Yes/No)
|Examination in Exam (Yes/No)
|Assessment scale and assessment methods
1-5. Assessment based on the produced documentation and the success of the project 70 % personal tasks 20 % and participation in peer review tasks 5 %.
Moodle material, material announced in class.
BL50A0502 Electronics, Laboratory Course 1.
|Places for exchange-students? (Yes, number/No)
|Places for Open University Students?(Yes, number/No)
||max 5 |
|Description and DL of the company assignment
Small and simple electronics design projects are carried out on the course. The students write a specification document for the device to be constructed, build a prototype and test and document the outcome of the project.
Deadline for the assignments is 31.8. Contact: Tommi Kärkkäinen, firstname.lastname@example.org, +358 40 148 8341