Planit


Analogue Electronic Principles

North East Scotland College

Venues

Off campus

Content

You will study four main outcomes:

Outcome 1 will introduce you to a wide range of discrete semiconductor devices used in electronic circuits. This will give you a good knowledge and understanding of how to operate these devices.

Outcomes 2 and 3 allow you to understand the practical applications of the discrete devices studied in the first outcome. You will also gain experience in computer simulation and practical work.

Outcome 4 will cover the operational amplifier, which is widely used in analogue linear circuits to perform mathematical operations including addition and subtraction.

Entry Requirements

Candidates should have a basic knowledge and understanding of analogue electronic devices. Possession of a Higher in Electronics, C027 12, or some of the following NQ units may evidence this:
D133 11 Semiconductor Applications: An Introduction; E9SA 11 An introduction to Semiconductor Applications; E9S2 12 Amplification; D186 11/12 Applied Electronics

Start Date

Flexible

Qualification

Other

Study Method

Distance and Flexible learning

Course Length

12 months

Department

Engineering

SCQF Level

7

Cost

£244.00

Career Area

Engineering

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