Cannot be taken with: EEE123, EEE218
Pre-requisites: A level Maths and Physics or equivalent.
This module introduces the concepts and analytical tools for predicting the behaviour of combinations of passive circuit elements in conjunction with active electronic components; diodes, transistors and operational amplifiers and the circuits in which these devices are used.
||Lectures, Problem solving, Laboratory work, Independent Study
||Formal Exam, Practical skills assessment
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