The information on this page applies to those who want to attend the MSc course Structured Electronics Design (EE4109) at the TU Delft, but who did not follow the regular BSc program for Electrical Engineering at the TU Delft.
The homologation program is a summary of the TU Delft BSc course Structured Electronics Design (EE3C11).
The course and this web site are developed and maintained by the instructors Chris Verhoeven and Anton Montagne.
Structured Electronics Design Homologation Program¶
Below the links to the presentations and videos of this program.
- Introduction Structured Electronic Design
- Basic Knowledge
- Modeling and characteriztion of the ideal behavior of amplifiers
- Modeling and characterization of the non-ideal behavior of amplifiers
- Design of negative feedback amplifier configurations
- Application, modeling and characterization of operational amplifiers
- Amplifier biasing
- Feedback modeling
- Controller requirements
- Frequency Compensation
- Design Examples
The course book can be downloaded for free: Structured Electronics Design - 3rd edition. Chapters: Preface, 1, 2, 7 - 12, 16 - 19.
A PYTHON-based symbolic SPICE simulator for deriving and solving design equations for electronic circuits. Course participants require a laptop with SLiCAP installed. See SLiCAP for installation instructions.
LTspice can be downloaded and installed from here.
SLiCAP and LTspice source files of this book SED1_5_LTSPICE_SLiCAP.zip