Course code ETel3010

Credit points 1

Electronics and Communications Engineering II

Total Hours in Course16

Number of hours for lectures8

Number of hours for laboratory classes8

Date of course confirmation16.03.2011

Responsible UnitInstitute of Energetics

Course developer

author Enerģētikas institūts

Vitālijs Osadčuks

Dr. sc. ing.

Prior knowledge

ETel3015, Electronics and Communications Engineering I

Course abstract

Upon completion of this course students should know combinational and sequential circuits, main logic functions and relations, usage of logic functions in logical circuits, microprocessor systems and microcontrollers in process control, embedded systems, analog, digital and mixed circuits, analog-digital and digital-analog conversion, sensors and actuators in digital control, digital signal processing, electrical drive control, structure, elements and operation of communication systems, wired and wireless communication, home, office, industrial communication networks, mobile networks.

Learning outcomes and their assessment

• Knows: digital electronic elements, their structure, properties and applications in sensor systems, automatic control, signal processing and communication techniques, microcontroller software development processes – laboratory work and their defense.
• Ability: to use standard circuits for the development of digital electronic devices, to make calculations on digital electronic circuits – laboratory works and their defense.
• Competences: on parameters of electronic elements, to choose the appropriate electronic elements and standard circuits for the development and maintenance of electronic devices and different equipment, to use electronics laboratory equipment, to process their output data using computer – exam.

Course plan

1. The main logical functions and relationships between them (1st laboratory work). (2h)
2. Typical combinational and sequential logic circuits (Laboratory 2). (2h)
3. Triggers, binary counters, registers, memory.
4. Digital comparators, arithmetic logic units, programmable logic arrays. (Laboratory 3). (2h)
5. Concept of embedded system, automatic control using digital circuits.
6. Microprocessor systems, microcontrollers, sensors and actuators in numerical control (laboratory 4). (2h)
7. Digital signal processing, digital signal filters, digital signal processors and controllers.
8. Computer numerical control.
9. Communication systems, their structure, elements and operation.
10. Wired and wireless data transmission, optical networks (Test). (2h)
11. Home, office and industrial communication networks, sensor networks, internet of things.

Requirements for awarding credit points

All 4 laboratory works completed and defended. Test completed.
Exam completed.

Description of the organization and tasks of students’ independent work

Preparation of laboratory works – drawing tables and graphs in a computer, processing of electronically logged data. Literature studies

Criteria for Evaluating Learning Outcomes

The defense of the laboratory works by answering one question about each. The test is completed successfully. Exam is completed successfully.

Compulsory reading

1. Leščevics P., Galiņš A. Elektronika un sakaru tehnika: mācību metodiskais līdzeklis. Jelgava: LLU, 2008. 121 lpp. 2. Frohn M. Mikroelektronikas komponentes un pamatshēmas. Valmiera: VPIC, 2003. 512 lpp. 3. Greivulis J., Raņķis I. Iekārtu vadības elektroniskie elementi un mezgli. Rīga: Avots, 1996. 288 lpp. 4. Leščevics P., Galiņš A. Elektronika: Mācību metodiskais līdzeklis. Jelgava: LLU, 2008. 58 lpp.

Further reading

1. Raņķis I., Žirovecka A. Industriālās elektronikas pamati. Rīga: RTU, 2007. 212 lpp.

Periodicals and other sources

1. Радио. ISSN-0033-765X. [tiešsaiste] [skatīts: 03.10.2011.]. Pieejams: ftp://ftp.radio.ru/pub/arhiv/
2. Современные технологии автоматизации. ISSN 0206-975Х. [tiešsaiste] [skatīts: 03.10.2011.]. Pieejams: http://www.cta.ru/