**Quadrimestre 2 - **

### General course description

11 laboratory in direct relation with the physics course and the computer introduction coures (for the laboratory 9 and 10) are scheduled.

Lab 1/ Resistor circuit in series (voltage measurement, intensity, Ohm's law, Kirchoff's law ...)
Lab 2/ Resistor circuit in parallel
Lab 3/ Study of the charge and discharge of a capacitor
Lab 4/ Series and parallel capacitor circuit
Lab 5/ Resistance and AC capacitor association: Study of low-pass filters
Lab 6/ Resistance and AC capacitor association: Study of high-pass filters
Lab 7/ Study of DC diodes
Lab 8/ Study of AC diodes. Realisation of the Graetz bridge and smoothing by capacitor: transformation of the AC current to DC current
Lab 9/ Study of transistor and realisation of logic gates AND / OR using NAND / NOR gates
Lab 10/ Realisation of a 4-bit binary counter
Lab 11/ Signal and image processing on Scilab

### Prerequisite

High school physics notions: electricity, waves and optic
Notions learnt at the Physic's lessons.

### Learning basic skills

Attending the course and doing the exercises

### Course Aims

Applications and illustrations related to the concepts covered in class.

### Course Outline

- Lab sessions on direct currents (resistance, diode, transistor,...)
- Lab sessions on digital electronics (logic gates, flip-flop...)
- Lab sessions on alternating currents (charge and discharge of a condenser, filters,...)
- Lab sessions on wireless transmissions