NB! Time table announcement! Last exercise session (5th): 7.12.2012. No lecture on 12.12.2012. Last lecture on 14.12.2012 instead of exercises. Possible exam problems will be discussed, so attendance is highly recommended!
NB! Exam: Thursday 20.12.2012 in D114 at 10:00-14:00.
10.12.2012: Frequency transformation equations on last page of examples #5 were wrong. Corrected version was uploaded.
5.12.2012: Examples for lecture 6 and Smith chart figures added.
30.11.2012: Model answers for exercises 3 & 4 added
29.11.2012: Examples for lecture 5 and exercise 5 uploaded
23.11.2012: Model answers for exercise 2 added
22.11.2012: Examples for lecture 4 and exercise 4 uploaded
19.11.2012: Model answers for exercise 1 added
14.11.2012: Examples for lecture 3 and exercise 3 uploaded
7.11.2012: Examples for lecture 2 and exercise 2 uploaded
31.10.2012: Lecture 1 examples uploaded. Updated versions of exercise 1 and lecture 1 uploaded (typos corrected)
29.10.2012: First exercise added
18.10.2012: First lecture: 31.10.2012 12:15-14:00, D104
18.9.2012: Page created.
Responsible professor: Edward Hæggström, C320, email: haeggstr at mappi dot helsinki dot fi.
Lectures: Kalle Hanhijärvi, C204a, email: kalle dot hanhijarvi at helsinki dot fi.
Assistant: Antti Meriläinen, C204a, email: antti dot merilainen at helsinki dot fi.
Exam: Thursday 20.12.2012 in D114 at 10:00-14:00.
Lectures: Wednesdays in Physicum D104, 31.10. – 12.12.2012 at 12:15-14:00.
Exercises: Fridays in Physicum D106, 9.11. – 14.12.2012 at 10:15-12:00.
Subjects to be covered: Fourier and Laplace transforms, transfer functions, filter design, impedance matching, amplifier and circuit design at RF frequencies.
Literature: Lecture notes (see below), C. Bowick with J. Blyler & C. Ajluni: RF circuit Design 2. ed. Newnes, H. Baher: Analog & Digital Signal Processing 2. ed. Wiley. and R. Schaumann & M. van Valkenberg: Design of Analog Filters, Oxford Univ. Press.
Lecture notes: Link
Course code: 53177
Scope: 5 credits.
Timing in studies: Advanced or postgraduate studies. Part of the Electronics and Industrial Applications specialization line.
Prerequisites: Undergrad electronics and measurement methods. MAPU and FYMM I or equivalent (complex calculus).
Exercise 5 (7.12.2012): PDF Solutions: PDF