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Fundamentals of Electronic Circuits and System

Course Info.

  • Course #: 30230812-2 (Spring Semester) / 30230812-2 (Fall Semester)
  • Lectures: 3 sessions/week x 10 weeks, 45min/session

Suggested Prerequisites

  • 10421055 / 10421065 Calculus
  • 10430934 / 10430944 Physics for Scientists and Engineers

Syllabus

Course Objectives

  • Appreciate the importance of circuit system
  • Understand basic electrical engineering principles, i.e. KCL/KVL, port network
  • Understand abstractions of lumped circuit models, i.e. resistor, capacitor, inductor, transistor, diode
  • Understand basic digital circuits, i.e. digital logic gates, file-flops
  • Understand how to use simple models to represent non-linear and/or active elements (i.e. MOSFET) circuit, i.e. operational amplifiers
  • Learn fundamental circuit analysis skill
  • Learn fundamental circuit design skill

Textbook

  • Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits, by A. Agarwal, J. H. Lang
  • Microelectronic Circuits, by A. S. Sedra, K. C. Smith

Lecture Topics

  • Spring semester
    • Introduction to Circuit and System Design
    • Basic Circuit Analysis Method & Fundamental Components
    • The impedance model & Frequency Domain Analysis
    • 1st/2nd Order System & Time Domain Analysis
    • Operational Amplifiers & Feedback
    • Two-port Network
    • Conclusion & Review
  • Fall semester
    • Introduction to IC design
    • PN Junction & Diodes
    • Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs)
    • MOS Field-Effect Transistors (MOSFETs)
    • CMOS Digital Logic Circuits
    • Oscillation Circuits
    • Conclusion & Review

Homework

  • Grading percentage: 20%
  • Homework will be assigned by the end of each lecture and collected one week later before lecture.
  • Late homework will NOT be graded for at most 50% of the full score depending on the submission time.
  • It is fine to discuss with your colleagues on the homework assignment, however, homework copy is serious. Homework copy will be handled by the department.

Exams

  • Middle exam, grading percentage: 35%
  • Final exam, grading percentage: 45%





Practice of Intelligent Robot Design

Course Info.

  • Lectures: 2 sessions/week, 45min/session, 6 lectures in total
  • 11 Labs

Instructor

Lab Instructor

  • Seungsu Roh

Teaching Assistants

  • Xuecheng Wang, wangxc14[at]mails.tsinghua.edu.cn
  • Sungpill Choi
  • Jinsu Lee
  • Chang-hyeon Kim
  • Donghyeon Han

Suggested Prerequisites

  • 30230812 / 30230822 Fundamentals of Electronic Circuits and System
  • 30230793 Fundamental of digital logic and processor
  • 20230253 Data and Algorithm

Syllabus

Course Objectives

  • Learn to design robot systems and how to think about embedded software and hardware
  • Learn to implement robot systems including hardware/software interfacing.
  • Design and compete your robots for both learning and fun.

Lecture Topics

  • ARM Processor & Memory-Mapped I/O (MMIO)
    • ARM processor’s characteristics, instruction set architecture.
    • How processor talk to input and output devices?
  • Interface
    • Bus, UART, SPI, USB, etc.
  • Field-programmable gate array (FPGA)
    • Reconfigurable hardware.
  • Computer Vision (AI)
    • How to obtain information from the visual data?
  • Robot Navigation
    • What is required to complete Robot’s tasks?

Lab Topics

  • ARM CPU + Memory-Mapped I/O
  • Interface (USB, etc ...)
  • FPGA + Hardware Tools
  • Camera and Image Processing
  • Location and Navigation
  • Robot Competition Preparation

Grading

  • Robot War Competition: 75%
  • Homework: 10%
  • Lab Report: 10%
  • Attendance: 5%

Lecture Notes & Tutorials

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Tutorial to the Design tool

Cadence Virtuoso

How to install the virtual machine

Click For License

  • 2.Download the virtual machine (including Cadence) in https://pan.baidu.com/s/1eSp93Rs
  • 3.unzip the compressed image file,get the cadenceEDA.vmdk file.
  • 4.Loaded the cadenceEDA.vmdk file with the Vmware Workstation.
  • 5.power up the virtual machine(Red hat Enterprise Linux).
  • 6.enter our
username:cadence 
password:123456
  • 7.right click your mouse in the desktop,choose "Open Terminal".
  • 8.input "icfb &",and enter.you will see cadence GUI.

Step by step guide for new users to IC5141

  • detailed instructions


Matlab

Where to find a Matlab installation file

You can download the genuine matlab2016b(64bits) or matlab2015b(32bits) in:http://info.tsinghua.edu.cn/. 右上角,点击"服务"

A quick guide for new users