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Courses in Telecommunication Engineering

All courses have been taken at the Superior Technical School of Telecommunication Engineering of
the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC)

Academic year 2000-2001

Physics I F I 11469
Lecturer Coordinator Jos

Compulsory
Fall & Spring
Local credits

A. Gorri Ochoa 1A

7,5
ECTS
6 Department Applied

Physics

Contact time: 5 hr/week

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE
Physics and Mathematics at pre-university level.

OBJECTIVES
Students will be required to expand upon their knowledge of physics, acquiring an appropriate
level of familiarity with the most common physical phenomena in technology. Basic contents of
the course are : Fundamentals of mechanics; thermodynamics; mechanical waves; acoustics.

TEACHING METHOD
Lectures, Practical Classes, Laboratory Work

ASSESSMENT METHOD
Evaluation %Weight
Laboratory 20%
Partial Exam 20%
Final examination 60%

DETAILED CONTENTS
I. Newtonian Theory of Mechanics........................................................................ (4 weeks)
Dynamics of a single particle. Many-particle systems

II. Thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. ......................................................... (1 week)


Kinetic Theory of the Perfect Gas Laws. Laws of Thermodynamics

III. Oscilations and waves ...................................................................................... (8 weeks)


Oscilations. Fundamentals of waves. Waves on a stretched string. Sound waves. Reflection. Standing waves. The
superposition of waves. Interference. Beats

BIBLIOGRAPHY
BASIC:

TIPLER, P.A. Fsica. 4th ed. Revert, 1999. Vol. I


ALONSO, M.; FINN, E.J. Fsica. Addison-Wesley Iberoamericana, 1986. Vol. I
GORRI, J.A et al. Oscilaciones y ondas. 2nd ed. Edicions UPC, 1995
ROLLER, D.E.; BLUM, R. Fsica. Revert, 1986. Vol. I
KITTEL, C. Mecnica. 2nd ed. Revert, 1989 (Berkeley Physics Course. Vol. I)
ADVANCED:

EISBERG, R.M.; LERNER, L.S. Fsica: fundamentos y aplicaciones. McGraw-Hill, 1984.


Vol. 2
OREAR, J. Fsica. Limusa, 1989
FRENCH, A.P. Vibraciones y ondas. Revert, 1988

Circuits & Electronic


Systems I
CISE I 11468
Lecturer Coordinator Llus

Prat Vias(Fall)

Juan M. Lpez (Spring)

1A
Compulsory Fall & Spring
Local credits
6
ECTS
5 Department Electronic

Engineering

Contact time: 4 hr/week

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE
Physics and Mathematics at pre-university level.

OBJECTIVES
The fundamentals of circuit analysis, elementary devices and their use in simple electronic
circuits: Electronic and photonic components and devices. Basic electronic circuits.

TEACHING METHOD
Lectures, Practical Classes.

ASSESSMENT METHOD
Evaluation %Weight
Continous Assessment 40%
Final examination 60%

DETAILED CONTENTS
I. Fundamental concepts........................................................................................(2 hours)
Network elements, devices and circuits. Signals. Kirchhoffs laws

II. Resistive networks analysis.................................................................................(6 hours)


Resistors. Nodal method of analysis. Mesh method of analysis. Equivalent circuit concept. Series and parallel
combination of resistors

III. Linear circuits.....................................................................................................(6 hours)


Linearity. Superposition. Thvenin and Norton equivalent circuits. Signal transfer

IV. Dependent sources ............................................................................................(2 hours)

Linear dependent sources. Analysis of circuits with dependent sources

V. Capacitors and inductors ....................................................................................(8 hours)


Capacitors. Inductors. RC and RL circuit analysis. Energy storage in capacitors and inductors. The ideal
transformer

VI. Diodes .............................................................................................................(10 hours)


Diode models. Analysis of circuits with diodes. Circuits with diodes. Applications. The zener diode. Applications.
Dinamic model for the diode

VII. Bipolar junctions transistors...............................................................................(12 hours)


The BJT models. Operation modes. The BJT in DC. Characteristics. Dinamic model for the BJT. The BJT as an
amplifier. The BJT small-signal model. Amplifier analysis

VIII. MOS field effect transistors .................................................................................(6 hours)


The MOSFET models. The MOSFET in DC. Characteristics. The MOSFET small-signal model

BIBLIOGRAPHY
BASIC:

PRAT, et al, J. Electronic circuits and devices. Edicions UPC, 1998


SENTURIA, S.D.; WEDLOCK, B.D. Electronic circuits and applications. Wiley, 1975
ADVANCED:

MILLMAN, J. Microelectrnica. 6th ed. Hispano Europea, 1991


THOMAS, et al. Circuitos y seales: introduccin a circuitos lineales y de acoplamiento.
Revert, 1991

Introduction to Computer
Systems IO 11470
Lecturer Coordinator Jos

M Cela Espn 1A

Compulsory
Fall & Spring
Local credits
6
ECTS
5 Department Computer

Architecture

Contact time: 4 hr/week

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE
No Previous Knowledge of computers is needed.

OBJECTIVES
Students will learn the basic concepts behind computer structure.
Students will learn to program and debug in C.

TEACHING METHOD
Lectures, Practical Classes, Laboratory Work.

ASSESSMENT METHOD
Evaluation %Weight
Laboratory 25%
Partial Exam 25%
Final examination 50%

DETAILED CONTENTS
I. Introduction to computer structure .......................................................................(6 hours)
Basic elements of computers. Memory. The processor. What is machine language?. Basic data type formats.
Natural numbers: Binary code. Integer numbers: tw os complement code. Real numbers: Float point code.
Characters: Ascii code.

II. The C programming language ..........................................................................(36 hours)


Basic programming concepts. First steps in programming. Language keywords. Variables and constants. Basic
operators. The pre-processor. Conditional statements. Iterative statements. Language data types. Arrays.

Structures, joints. Other data types. Pointers. Functions. Structured programming. Files.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
BASIC:

http://docencia.ac.upc.es/ETSETB/IO/LIBROC/frsethome.htm
MARCO, A., PEA, Jose M., CELA, Introduccin a la programacin en C, Aula
Politcnica/ETSETB, Edicions UPC, 2000
Collection of problems, CPET.
ADVANCED:

BYRON, S., GOTTFRIED, Programacin en C, 2nd ed., McGraw-Hill, 1997


Herbert SCHILDT, The annotated ANSI C standard, Osborne-McGraw-Hill, 1993.
BRIAN, W. KERNIGHAN, Dennis M. RITCHIE, El lenguaje de programmacin C, 2nd ed.,
Prentice Hall, 1991.
GREG, M. PERRY, C by example, Que Corporation, 1993.
Web site: Programming in C: http://www.lysator.liu.se/c/index.html
Web site: Frequently Asked Questions about C: http://www.eskimo.com/scs/C-faq/top.html

Physics II F II 11474
Lecturer Coordinator Isabel

Compulsory
Fall & Spring
Local credits
7,5
ECTS

Mercader Calvo 1B

6 Department Applied

Physics

Contact time: 5 hr/week

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE
Physics I, Calculus and Algebra

OBJECTIVES
The student will extend his knowledge of electricity, magnetism and optics, in order to study
electromagnetic fields and light in depth. Basic contents of the course are: Electricity.
Magnetism. Optics.

TEACHING METHOD
Lectures, Practical Classes, Laboratory Work

ASSESSMENT METHOD
Evaluation %Weight
Laboratory 20%
Partial examination mark 20%
Final examination 60%

BIBLIOGRAPHY
BASIC:

TIPLER, P.A. Fsica para la ciencia y la tecnologa. 4th ed. Revert, 1999. Vol. II
PURCELL, E. Electricidad y magnetismo. 2nd ed. Revert, 1990 (Berkeley Physics Course;
Vol. II)
ROLLER, D.E.; BLUM, R. Fsica. Revert, 1986. Vol. II: Electricidad, magnetismo y luz
ADVANCED:

GORRI, J.A.; ALBAREDA, A.; TORIBIO, E. Oscilaciones y ondas. 2nd ed. Edicions UPC,
1995
EISBERG, R.M. et al. Fsica, fundamentos y aplicaciones. McGraw-Hill, 1984. Vol. II
ALONSO, M.; FINN, E.J. Fsica. Addison-Wesley, 1976. Vol. 2: Campos y Ondas

FEYNMAN, R.; LEIGHTON, R.B.; SANDS, M. Fsica. Addison Wesley Iberoamericana,


1987. Vol. 2, Electromagnetismo y materia

Circuits and electronic systems 2

Description and contents

Design and analysis of digital electronic circuits