Department of Informatics and Telematics

Electronics Applications and IoT

EΠ246 - Electronic Applications in the Internet Of Things

General Information

School: Digital Technology

Department: Informatics and Telematics

Level: Undergraduate

Course Title: Electronic Applications in the Internet Of Things

Course id: ΥΠ07

Type: Core Course 

Semester: 6

Teaching and Examination Language: Greek

Is the course offered in Erasmus: Yes

Course web-page: https://eclass.hua.gr/courses/DIT125/

Activities

Lectures (Theory): 3,0

Lab lectures: 0,0

ECTS credits: 5,0

Learning Outcomes

The course is the basic introductory course in the design and analysis of electronic analog circuits used in computer science, telematics and the internet of things. Particular emphasis is placed on circuit implementation technologies that are key components of a modern computer circuit such as amplifiers, transistor gates, diodes, etc. At the same time, basic concepts of electronics such as Kirchoff's laws, input resistance and output concepts are presented. etc.

The course also contains a laboratory part which aims to familiarize students with the basic electronic circuits and their evaluation.

Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
a) Understand the basic concepts of electronic analog circuits.
b) To know the basic methodologies for amplifier design.
c) To know the basic methodologies for the analysis of diode circuits.
d) To perform response measurements in the various analog circuits.
e) To know the basic parameters of analog circuits and amplifiers.

General Skills

- Independent work
- Team work

Course Content

Lectures:
1. Basic concepts of electronics
2. Kirchoff's laws
3. AC and DC analysis
4. General amplifier characteristics
5. Semiconductor diodes
6. Bipolar transistors I
7. Bipolar transistors II
8. Field effect transistors I
9. Field effect transistors II
10 Operational amplifiers
11. Microcontrollers
12. Sensors for IoT applications
13. System integration

Learning and Teaching Methods - Evaluation

Teaching methods: face-to-face

Use of ICT: 

eclass, youtube channel

Course Organization

 

Activity

Semester work load

Lectures

39,0

Lab exercises

20,0

Individual of group projects

20,0

Lab report preparation

0,0

Thesis 

20,0

Independent Study

26,0

Total

125

Assessment

Final written examination (100%)

Literature

1.  L.S. Bobrow, “Elementary Linear Circuit Analysis”, 2nd Edition, New York Rinehart and Winston 1987
2. E.J. Kennedy, “Operational Amplifier Circuits: Theory and Applications”, New York, Holt Rinehart and Winston 1988
3. D. H. Navon, “Semiconductor Microdevices and Materials”, New York: Holt Rineh and Winston 1986
4. S. M. Sze, “Semiconductor Devices, Physics and Technology”, New York: 1985
5. P. E. Gray and C.L. Searle, “Electronic Principles”, New York Wiley 1971
6. P.R. Gray D.A. Hodges and R.W. Brodersen, “Analog MOS Integrated Circuits", New York: IEEE Press 1980
7. T. Wayne, “Advanced Electronic Communications Systems”, Pearson Educations, Limited, 2003
8. P. Horowitz, W. Hill, “The Art of Electronics”, Cambridge University Press, 1989

 

Electronics Letters, IET
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices