At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
a. Contribution of the teaching unit to the learning outcomes of the programme (PHYS2M and PHYS2M1)
AA1: A1.1, A1.5
b. Specific learning outcomes of the teaching unit
At the end of this teaching unit, the student will be able to :
1. describe the operating mode of the basic electronic, analog and digital components and its limitations ;
2. simulate with LTSPICE software the response of the basic electronic circuits ;
3. analyze and calculate the basic assemblies commonly used in physics in the reading of sensors / detectors ;
4. analyze and draw a finite state machine ;
5. link an electronic data acquisition system to the computer using a simple communication protocol.
1. Electronic simulation tools LTSpice-IV.
2. Analysis of passive circuits composed of linear and permanent elements.
3. The semiconductor diode.
4. The bipolar transistor.
5. Unipolar transistor or FET with field effect.
6. Differential amplifier. Operational amplifier.
7. Transmission lines.
8. The noises.
Part dedicated to numerical electronics and data acquisition.
1. Digital and analog signals and systems.
2. Number systems, operations and codes.
3. Logic gates and gate combinations.
4. Combinational logic : adders, decoders, comparators, multiplexers, …
5. Sequential logic : flip-flops, timers, shift registers, counters, …
6. Counters : finite state machines.
7. Programmable logic : VHDL.
8. Data transmission.
9. Signal conversion : ADC, DAC, …
10. Buses and interfaces : serial and parallel buses, USB, I2C, ethernet.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Traditional lectures and exercises :
- lectures ;
- problem solving in audience.
Directed practical work. Analogue electronics (obligatory) :
- experimental study of basic circuits ;
- LTSPICE simulation of circuits ;
- report after each session.
Project : developing an acquisition system with an FPGA or RaspberryPi :
- implementation of a serial reading protocol (type I2C, USB, ...) ;
- tutorials provided by teachers / assistants.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The evaluation is based on :
- -Laboratory reports (25%) ;
- Written exam : 5 or 6 questions + 3 problems (25%) ;
- Exercices during lectures (25%)
- Presentation of an acquisition project : oral questioning (25%).
- Electronic Principles, A. Malvino & D.J. Bates, McGraw Hill (2007).
- Microelectronic circuits, Sedra & Smith, Oxford University Press (2004).
- Digital Fundamentals, 11th Edition (http://www.pearsonglobaleditions.com/Sitemap/Floyd/), Thomas Floyd, Ed. Pearson.
- Acquisition de Données. Du Capteur à l'Ordinateur, Georges Asch et collaborateurs, Ed. Dunod.