Introduction to microelectronics systems
Einführung in die Mikroelektronischen Systeme

Course 0000000542 in WS 2013/4

General Data

Course Type Lecture w/ Exercise
Semester Weekly Hours 4 SWS
Organisational Unit Nanoelectronics (Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering)
Lecturers Giuseppe Scarpa
Robin Nagel

Assignment to Modules

This course is not assigned to any module.

Further Information

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additional remarks Werkstoffe fur Mikroelektronik-Systeme: Aufbau der Materie (Atome, Moleküle, Kristalle), Eigenschaften von Festkörpern (elektrische, thermische, mechanische, dielektrische, optische und magnetische Eigenschaften). Basismaterialien der Mikroelektronik-Systeme: Metalle, Dielektrika, Kunststoffe, Gläser, Keramiken und Halbleitern. Bauelemente der Mikroelektronik: Halbleitereigenschaften, Diode, Transistor, integrierte lineare Bauelemente, Technologieschritte. Physikalische Grundlagen der digitalen Grundschaltungen: Inverter, NAND, NOR, Transfergate, Multiplexer, Addierer, Multiplizierer, D-Flipflop, SRAM-Speicherzelle, Speichern, Höchstintegration. Analoge Grundschaltungen: 1-Transistor-Grundschaltungen, Kleinsignal-ESB, Differenzstufe, Operationsverstärker, Offsetspannung, Temperaturkompensation, Leistungsverstärker/Treiber, Filter A/D- und D/A-Wandler. Optoelektronik: Photodio-de/ Solarzelle, LED, Lasers, Kenngrößen, optoelektronische Übertragungsstrecke, CCD, Displays. Systembeispiele.
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