Available courses

Student enrollment opens September 1. Quizzes will close on October 27 for 2019

Mandatory for C2 and D3.
Optional for BME, E, F and I.

The overall goal of the course is to give an understanding to what possibilities and limitations basic knowledge, as well as the rapid development, gives in the areas of electronics and communications. The main part of the course is aimed at giving a qualitative understanding of phenomena related to electronics and data transfer, and how this is related to design considerations. By using the concepts and ideas taught in the course, the students should be able to conduct a constructive discussion with an engineer.

This moodle instance is only for on-line discussions, quizzes and submitting project reports. For course information see the courses' web sites: ETSF05 and ETSF10.

Radio detection and ranging (radar) is one of the most used sensor systems for automatic surveillance of people, machines, and nature. When put on a platform like an aircraft or a satellite, it is often used to form images of the ground and its properties, called remote sensing.  The aim of this course is to give an overview of typical radar systems and their operational principles, including scattering mechanisms and wave propagation. Each student needs to perform a design of a radar system for a specific application, demonstrating ability to trade different requirements against each other.

Simulations as a strategy to investigate system properties, performance and optimality. Implementation, modelling, analysis and optimisations.

See course web page for information.