[EI7002] Network Theory and Electronic Circuit Design
Modeling of Communication systems which is consistent with the governing physics.
Linear multiport theory, energy and power, noise analysis and optimization for low noise,
modeling, analysis and synthesis of multi-antenna communication systems.
Power amplifiers and power management circuits with focus on electronic circuits using time domain encoding: Power amplifier topologies, class D amplifiers, oversampled/asynchronous/time interleaved sigma delta converters, time to digital conversion; switched and continuous time voltage regulators.
The lecture "Network Theory and Electronic Circuit Design" is offered in the summer term (4/2 SWS).
|Monday||      15:00 - 16:30||room N1090|
|Tuesday||      09:45 - 11:15||room N1179|
|Friday||      09:45 - 11:15||room N0314|
Lecturer / Teaching assistant
|Prof. Dr. Franz Kreupl|
|Dipl.-Ing. Elisabeth Glocker|
- V. Belevitch: Classical Network Theory
- Willy M. C. Sansen: Analog Design Essentials
- Stephan Henzler: Time-to-Digital Converters
- Manfred Seifart: Analoge Schaltungen
- Sanjaya Maniktala: Switching Power Supply Design & Optimization
Lecture - ECD PartThe literature notes of the ECD Part can be bought at the Fachschaft Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik.
The additional literature is available in Moodle
Exercise - ECD PartDownload of the ECD simulator (.zip file)
The ECD simulator is also available in Moodle.
The exercise questions and short-solutions are available in Moodle.
For further information please visit Campus TUMonline