Intended to provide scientists(both physical and life) and engineers with a background in electronics and intrumentation so that they can select the instrumentation most appropriate to a measurement or a control problem. Course will cover analysis of basic electronic circuits used in scientific electronic instrumentation. Emphasis on a practical approach to circuits using discrete and integrated circuit devices, a.c. and d.c. circuit analysis, filters, feed back, amplifiers, power circuits. Three lectures and one afternoon of laboratory per week.
Prerequisites: PHYS 112 or permission from the instructor.
For information on participating in PHYS 491 - Research contact Terry Flower.
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