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2-FEL-212 Statistical radiophysics 2

Evaluation during the course: homeworks and tests

Concluding evaluation: final test and discussion

Subject aim: Small signal processing techniques, noise reduction methods in electronic devices.

Brief curriculum of the subject:

Noise models of basic electronic components (bipolar and FET transistors,...). Optimized design of input parts of amplifiers. Searching for signals of known shape, correlation filtering. Band-width optimizing for least linear distortion of the measured signal. Synchronous detection, capturing of the first and second derivation of the signal, the influence of non-linear distortion.

Literature:

Balmer, L.: Signals and Systems, Prentice Hall 1997

Robinson, F. N. H.: Noise and Fluctuations in Electronic Devices and Circuits, Clarendon Press, Oxford 1974

Rytov, S.M et all: Principles of Statistical Radiophysics I-IV. Springer Verlag 1987, 1988, 1989

Language in which the subject is taught: Slovak, English

Date of the last sheet revision: 22.6.2005

  
 

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