Institut für Technik der Informationsverarbeitung

Laboratory Circuit Design

  • type: Praktikum (P)
  • semester: WS 20/21
  • time:

    3 weeks between 05.10.2020 and 30.10.2020

  • lecturer:

    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h. c. Jürgen Becker

  • sws: 4
  • lv-no.: 2311638
  • information:

    Registration by 25.07.2020 on ILIAS platform (link:https://ilias.studium.kit.edu/goto_produktiv_crs_1226994.html)
    Limited number of participants (18), optionally waitlist.
    Due to the corona situation, the registration as well as details of the course are subject to cancellation or change. We inform participants registered in the ILIAS course as soon as possible about updates via email and the course page.

Labor Schaltungsdesign

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Due to the corona situation, it cannot be guaranteed at the current time whether and how the laboratory can be carried out this year. We try to make the course possible, but we have to comply with the dynamically changing legal and regulatory situation and we want to keep the health risk for everyone involved as low as possible. Therefore, the registration and the information given here are subject to cancellation or change. We inform participants registered in the ILIAS course as soon as possible about updates via email and the course page.

 

Required qualifications:

Basic knowledge of electronic circuits (e.g. LEN, course code 23256, ES, course code 23655 and EMS, course code 23307)

 

Objectives:

The laboratory provides knowledge and skills required to design electronic circuits that can be used as interface between microcontrollers/FPGAs and sensors/actuators. At the end of the laboratory the participants are able to select electronic parts for a given problem by means of relevant criteria. They are able to combine them into elementary modules and finally to a working overall system. Besides the circuit design also basic methods and skills for PCB layouts are introduced. Further the participants learn to assemble and test the designed circuits in reality.

 

Course contents:

The course is organized as a laboratory running three weeks fulltime. The objective of the laboratory is the development and assembly of all electronic parts required for a self balancing, uniaxial vehicle (SegwayTM).
The first part of the laboratory is organized like an ordinary lecture where frequently used fundamental electronic circuits are discussed. In the following part several teams of two students each create sub circuits which are combined to the overall system at the end of the laboratory and are finally tested.