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Electronics for Measurement Systems - 4PMBEMS6

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 16.0
    • Tutorials : 12.0
    ECTS : 3.0

Goals

All electronic systems interacting with the real world include sensors and/or actuators.
This course is meant to provide an introduction to the analog electronic processing of the signal provided by a sensor. A complete system will be studied, from the sensor to the analog to digital converter.

Contact Laurent AUBARD, Davide BUCCI

Content

  • 1.INTRODUCTION
  • 2.ELEMENTS on SENSORS
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Sensors generating a voltage
    • 3.Sensors generating a current
      • 1.General concepts
      • 2.Signal conditioning
    • 4.Sensors generating a charge
      • 1.General concepts
      • 2.Signal conditioning
    • 5.Resistive Sensors
      • 1.General concepts
      • 2.Bewares
      • 3.Signal conditioning
    • 6.Reactive Sensors (at least some ideas)
      • 1.General concepts
      • 2.Signal conditioning
  • 3.AMPLIFICATION
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Non ideal behavior of operational amplifiers (O.A.)
    • 3.Instrumentation amplifiers
      • 1.Introduction
      • 2.Differential amplifier with 1 O.A.
      • 3.Differential amplifier with 2 O.A.
      • 4.Differential amplifier with 3 O.A.
    • 4.Insulation amplifiers
  • 4.FUNDAMENTALS OF FILTERS
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Approximation
    • 3.Synthesis
      • 1.Some ideas on the synthesis of a passive two-ports network
      • 2.Active filters synthesis
    • 4.Realization of filters other than low-pass
      • 1.Approximation and frequency transform
      • 2.Active filter synthesis
  • 5.NOISE ANALYSIS OF O.A.-BASED CIRCUITS
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Noise origins
      • 1.Shot noise
      • 2.Johnson-Nyquist thermal noise
      • 3.1/f noise (flicker noise)
      • 4.Burst noise
      • 5.Breakdown noise
    • 5.Contribution of independent noise sources
    • 6.O.A. noise model

Exercises sessions

  • 1. Instrumentation amplifier with 2 operational amplifiers (temperature measurement)
  • 2. Error budget in a circuit with an instrumentation amplifier
  • 3. Application of GIC to filters
  • 4. Analog to digital conversion: synthesis of a anti-aliasing filter
  • 5. Noise figure of an operational amplifier based circuit
  • 6. Discussion of a previous exam


Prerequisites
  • Knowledge of basic analog electronic circuits analysis techniques.
  • Use of operational amplifiers.
  • Elements of analog signal processing.
  • Theory of sampling techniques

Tests

Semester 3 - The exam is given in english only 

Final written exam of 2 hours. No course notes nor books allowed. Calculator allowed during the exam.

Schedule
September - January



N1 = 100%Exam1
N2 = 100%Exam2

Additional Information

Semester 3 - This course is given in english only EN

Curriculum->BIOMED->Semester 3
Curriculum->PNS->Semester 3

Bibliography

  • G. Asch et collaborateurs: "Acquisition de données", ed. Dunod
  • Horowitz & Hill: "The Art of Electronics" Cambridge University Press
  • G. Asch et collaborateurs : "Capteurs" ed. Dunod
  • S. Franco "Design with operational amplifiers and analog integrated circuits", 3ème édition, McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2002

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Written by Alexis Sableaux

Date of update June 11, 2015

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