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Module descriptions

Bachelor degree course:


Electrical Engineering und Information Technology (B-EI)

Please be aware of the fact that all subjects are taught in German

Version I 1th Oktober 2014

Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

Modules
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

9
10
11
12
13
14
15

16
17
18
19

20
21
22

Mathematics for Engineers 1 ................................................................................................................... 4


Mathematics for Engineers 2 ................................................................................................................... 5
Physics..................................................................................................................................................... 7
Electrical Engineering 1 ........................................................................................................................... 8
Electrical Engineering 2 ........................................................................................................................... 9
Basics of Computer Science.................................................................................................................. 10
Informatics 1 .......................................................................................................................................... 11
General Electives ................................................................................................................................... 12
8a
General Electives .................................................................................................................. 12
8b
Technical and Business English ............................................................................................ 13
Electrical Metrology ............................................................................................................................... 14
Electronics 1 .......................................................................................................................................... 15
Microcomputers ..................................................................................................................................... 17
System Theory and Digital Signal Processing ....................................................................................... 18
Electronics 2 .......................................................................................................................................... 19
Informatics 2 .......................................................................................................................................... 20
Object Oriented Programming and Software-Engineering .................................................................... 21
15a
Object Oriented Programming ............................................................................................... 21
15b
Software-Engineering ............................................................................................................ 22
Feedback Control Systems.................................................................................................................... 23
Data networks ........................................................................................................................................ 24
Fundamentals of Power Engineering and Technology .......................................................................... 25
Specialised elective Module (Subject of Specialisation) ....................................................................... 26
AUT1
Automation ............................................................................................................................ 27
AUT2
Drive and Control Technology ............................................................................................... 28
AUT3
Human-Machine-Interface ..................................................................................................... 29
ENT1
Power Electronics, Machines and Drives .............................................................................. 30
ENT2
Electrical Energy Supply........................................................................................................ 31
ESY1
Computer aided Circuit Design ............................................................................................. 32
ESYT2/1 Electromagnetic Compatibility ............................................................................................... 33
ESY2/2 Quality assurance and test of electronic systems ................................................................. 34
INF1
Operating Systems and Real-Time Systems ........................................................................ 35
INF 2/1 Database Systems ................................................................................................................ 36
INF2/2
Interaction .............................................................................................................................. 37
INF3/1
Concept and Architecture of Software-Applications .............................................................. 38
INF3/2
Design and Implementation of Software-Applications ........................................................... 39
KOM1/1 Radio Frequency Engineering ............................................................................................... 40
KOM1/2 Optical Transmission Technologies ...................................................................................... 42
KOM2/1 Communication Technology .................................................................................................. 43
KOM2/2 Information Theory and Coding ............................................................................................. 44
KOM3/1 Communication Networks...................................................................................................... 45
KOM3/2 Digital Communications ......................................................................................................... 46
Subject-related electives (group 2) ........................................................................................................ 47
Project work and Project Seminar ......................................................................................................... 48
Bachelor Thesis and Bachelor Seminar ................................................................................................ 49
23a
Internship ............................................................................................................................... 50
23b
Internship seminar ................................................................................................................. 51
23c
Modelling and System Simulation ......................................................................................... 52
23d
Economics ............................................................................................................................. 53

Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

Mathematics for Engineers 1

Credits:
ECTS:
Course Components:

8
9
6 Lecture hrs + 2 Tutorial hrs

Prerequisites:

Knowledge and competency at technical secondary school level (Fachoberschulniveau)

Learning Objectives:

Imparting reliable skills in practice-oriented mathematical reasoning and methods


Advanced understanding of the mathematical terms, laws, reasoning, and methods that are relevant for
information technology and electrical engineering
The ability to apply these mathematical terms, laws, reasoning, and methods to practical problems in
information technology and electrical engineering
Basic knowledge of numerical methods in conjunction with computer software for subsequent scientific
or technical simulations

Course Contents:

Basic Structures of Mathematical Logic: statements, logical operations


Real Numbers and Elementary Functions: short review
Complex Numbers: number set extension; notations; complex number arithmetic; polynomials and the
fundamental theorem of algebra; applications such as superposition of oscillation, frequency response
locus etc.; inversion as a complex function
Differential Calculus: numerical series and sequences with limits; short review of topics in differential
calculus of single variable functions; Graphs, contours, notation and continuity of multi-variable functions;
partial derivatives; total differential and linearization; gradient and directional derivative, applications
such as error calculation, extremum problems, etc.
Integral Calculus: fundamental theorem of calculus; methods of integration; infinite integrals,
applications such as arc length, means, etc; introduction to multi-dimensional integral calculus
Function Series: focus on power and Taylor series

Literature:

T. Arens, F. Hettlich, C. Karpfinger, U. Kockelkorn, K. Lichtenegger, H. Stachel, Mathematik, SpringerSpektrum, 2011


Kl. Burg, H. Haf, F. Wille, A. Meister, Hhere Mathematik fr Ingenieure, Band I, Springer-Vieweg 2012
A. Fetzer, H. Frnkel, Mathematik 1 und 2, Springer, 2012, 2009
H. Fischer, H. Kaul: Mathematik fr Physiker, Band I, Springer-Teubner, 2008
M. Knorrenschild, Numerische Mathematik. Eine beispielorientierte Einfhrung, Hanser, 2008.
K. Meyberg, P. Vachenauer, Hhere Mathematik, Band 1, Springer, 2001
L. Papula: Mathematik fr Ingenieure und Naturwissenschaftler, Bnde 1,2, Springer-Vieweg, 2007,
2009
P. Stingl, Mathematik fr Fachhochschulen, Hanser, 2009
T. Westermann, Mathematik fr Ingenieure und Ingenieurmathematik kompakt, Springer, 2011, 2012

Workload:
Students require 268 hours of work to acquire the knowledge and skills described above. These hours are
distributed as follows:
90
68
35
32
43

Hrs
Hrs
Hrs
Hrs
Hrs

Lecture time and assessments


Regular review of course material
Homework and reports
Literature review and free study
Exam preparation

This is worth 9 credits.

Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

Mathematics for Engineers 2

Credits:
ECTS:
Course Components:

8
9
6 Lecture hrs + 2 Tutorial hrs

Prerequisites:

Knowledge and skills from the following courses / modules:


- Nr 1 (Mathematics for Engineers 1)

Course Objectives:

Imparting sound knowledge in practice-oriented mathematical reasoning and methods


Advanced understanding of the mathematical terms, laws, reasoning, and methods that are relevant for
information technology and electrical engineering
The ability to apply these mathematical terms, laws, reasoning, and methods to practical problems in
information technology and electrical engineering
Basic knowledge of numerical methods in conjunction with computer software for subsequent scientific
or technical simulations (Development of this knowledge follows from electives)
Imparting the essential cooperation between engineering, informatics, and mathematics for effective
numerical simulation of technical and economic processes

Course Contents:

Linear Algebra, Matrix Algebra: vector spaces; matrices and determinants; linear equation
systems and matrices; matrices as linear transformations; eigenvalues, eigenvectors of matrices
Ordinary Differential Equations: Basic terms; solvability of initial value problems; first order
differential equations, second order linear differential equations, higher order linear differential
equations and systems of linear differential equations, applications such as (coupled) oscillations,
etc.
Fourier Analysis and Integral Transformations
o Fourier Series: Approximating periodic functions, display formulas, calculation rules,
convergence of series, applications as linear differential equations etc.
o Fourier Integral and Selected Topics from the Fourier Transform
o Laplace Transform: Generalized functions and their derivatives (heaviside function and delta
function), characteristics and transformation rules; applications such as differential
equations, RCL networks, performance of LTI-Systems, etc.

Literature:

T. Arens, F. Hettlich, C. Karpfinger, U. Kockelkorn, K. Lichtenegger, H. Stachel, Mathematik, SpringerSpektrum, 2011


R. Brigola, Fourieranalysis und Distributionen, edition swk, 2012
Kl. Burg, H. Haf, F. Wille, A.Meister, Hhere Mathematik fr Ingenieure, Bnde I, II, III, SpingerTeubner, 2012, 2013
A. Fetzer, H. Frnkel, Mathematik 1 und 2, Springer, 2012
H. Fischer, H. Kaul: Mathematik fr Physiker, Band 2, Springer-Teubner, 2007
O. Fllinger, Laplace-, Fourier und z-Transformation, Hthig Verlag, 2003
M. Knorrenschild, Numerische Mathematik. Eine beispielorientierte Einfhrung, Hanser, 2008.
E. Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley-Sons, 2011
K. Meyberg und P. Vachenauer, Hhere Mathematik, Bnde 1, 2, Springer, 2001
L. Papula: Mathematik fr Ingenieure und Naturwissenschaftler, Bnde 1,2,3 Springer-Vieweg, 2007,
2009
H. Weber, H.Ulrich, Laplace-Transformation, Springer-Teubner, 2007
T. Westermann, Mathematik fr Ingenieure und Ingenieurmathematik kompakt, Springer, 2011, 2012

Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

Workload:
Students require 273 hours of work to acquire the knowledge and skills described above. These hours are
distributed as follows:
90
68
35
32
48

Hrs
Hrs
Hrs
Hrs
Hrs

Lecture time and assessments


Regular review of course material
Homework and reports
Literature review and free study
Exam preparation

This is worth 9 credits.

Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

Physics

Credits:
Weekly hours:
Lectures:
Assessment:

6
4
4 SU
See Study plan

Aim:
The students learn to understand that all engineering is based on physical laws. They become aware of the
most important physical laws that are relevant for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
(except those taught in other basic modules). They become able to understand the physical context
underlying complex technical problems.
Contents:
Mechanics: basic principles and quantities (force, force field, potential, power, energy, momentum,
angular momentum)
Thermodynamics: basic thermal quantities and laws
Waves and Particles: fundamentals of generation and propagation of mechanical and electromagnetic
waves, basics and applications of wave optics, interaction of particles and waves with matter.
Structure of nuclei, atoms, and solids. Description of electronic states in the solid state (energy-band
model).

Literature:
Selected chapters from:
Hering, Martin, Stohrer, Physik fr Ingenieure, Springer Verlag
Harten, Physik, Springer Verlag
Halliday, Physik, Wiley-VCH
U. Leute, Physik, Hanser-Verlag
B. Baumann, Physik im berblick, J. Schlembach Fachverlag
G. v. Oppen, F. Melchert, Physik fr Ingenieure, Pearson Verlag
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 165 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
39 hours regular study of the syllabus
38 hours reading and private study
43 hours exam preparation
This is worth 6 credits.

Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

Electrical Engineering 1

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

8
9
6 SU, 2 Pr
see Study Plan

Aim:
In-depth knowledge and deepened understanding of the physical laws and mathematical methods on
which electrical engineering is based;
ability to evaluate the scope of application and to apply them to engineering problems.
Contents:
DC current:
basic quantities of electrical engineering;
laws of electric circuits;
methods for electrical circuit calculations.
Field theory:
field quantities, integral quantities and laws of the electrostatic field, flow fields and magnetic fields.
Time dependent processes:
electrical engineering quantities, calculation and display of sinoidal time dependences; three phase
system.
Fundamentals of non-sinoidal processes;
transient processes in energy storage systems.
Literature:
H. Frohne, Einfhrung in die Elektrotechnik, Vol. 1+2, Teubner Studienskripten
V. Wei/M. Krause, Allgemeine Elektrotechnik, Vieweg 1987
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 28 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
90 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
49 hours regular study of the syllabus
35 hours development and elaboration of solutions
50 hours reading and private study
60 hours exam preparation
This is worth 9 credits.

Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

Electrical Engineering 2

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

8
9
6 SU, 2
See Study plan

Aim:
In-depth knowledge and deepened understanding of the physical laws and mathematical methods on
which electrical engineering is based;
ability to evaluate the scope of application and to apply them to engineering problems.
Contents:
DC current:
basic quantities of electrical engineering;
laws of electric circuits;
methods for electrical circuit calculations.
Field theory:
field quantities, integral quantities and laws of the electrostatic field, flow fields and magnetic fields.
Time dependent processes:
electrical engineering quantities, calculation and display of sinoidal time dependences; three phase
system.
Fundamentals of non-sinoidal processes;
transient processes in energy storage systems.
Literature:
H. Frohne, Einfhrung in die Elektrotechnik, Vol. 1+2, Teubner Studienskripten
V. Wei/M. Krause, Allgemeine Elektrotechnik, Vieweg 1987
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 284 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
90 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
49 hours regular study of the syllabus
35 hours development and elaboration of solutions
50 hours reading and private study
60 hours exam preparation
This is worth 9 credits.

Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

Basics of Computer Science

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

6
7
4 SU, 2 Pr
See Study plan

Aim:
Ability to analyze and develop digital circuits composed of combinational and sequential circuits
Knowledge about the representation of information within a digital computing machine
Basic knowledge about developing and executing computer programs
Contents:
Digital electronics:
Boolean algebra, switching variables and boolean functions, logics and dynamics,
analyzing and synthesizing combinational and sequential circuits,
systematically optimizing logic circuits, memory elements, counters, frequency converters, shift
registers.
Basics of computer science:
Historical development of computer science,
binary digits, binary arithmetics and binary codes,
components of digital computing systems,
symbolic / binary machine language, algorithms,
programming languages, developing, compiling, executing and testing computer programs
Literature:
Popp-Nowak, F.: Skript zu Grundlagen der Digitaltechnik
Herold, H. / Lurz, B. / Wohlrab, K.: Grundlagen der Informatik, Pearson-Studium 2006
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 175 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
68 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
32 hours regular study of the syllabus
20 hours preparation and presentations of experiments
34 hours development and elaboration of solutions
26 hours reading and private study
30 hours exam preparation
This is worth 7 credits

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Informatics 1

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU + 2 PR
see Study Plan

Aim:
Knowledge about typical data types and structures of a procedural programming language
Knowledge about control structures in a higher procedural programming language
Knowledge about basic tools for program development (compiler, linker, interpreter, debugger)
Ability to solve and realize given problems in a programming language
Contents:
Basic structure of a c program
Basic data types, variables, expressions und operators
In- and Output
Conditional branches (if, switch)
Loops (for, while, do..while)
Platform independent graphic programming
Functions
Preprocessor directives
Literature:
Herold, H: C-Programmierung unter Linux, Unix und Windows, millin Verlag, 2004

Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 135 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
17
35
18
20

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours development of exercise programmes and software solutions
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.

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General Electives

8a

General Electives

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

2 Subjects with 2 weekly hours each


4
Depending on the chosen subjects SU, , Pr or S
See Study plan

Aim:
The general elective subjects aim at providing the student with a broad general education in the following
fields:
Law and Business
Foreign Languages
Personality development
Technology and Society
History and Politics
The list of currently offered subjects will be posted every semester either on the notice board or online on
the facultys website.
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 120 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
Attendance of lectures and seminars
Regular study of the syllabus
Preparation and presentations of experiments
Development and elaboration of solutions
Exam preparation
This is worth 4 credits.

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8b

Technical and Business English

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

2
2
2 SU/
see Study Plan

Aim:
Students are supposed to acquire a profound of technical English matching the current standards of
multinational companies. Language performance is supposed to reach B1 Level (reading, listening, writing,
English in use).
Content:
Exercises in Technical and Business English : English in use, reading, listening and writing skills
Workload:
The average student is expected to require approximately 60 hours of study to acquire the necessary
concepts and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
24
12
14
10

hours attendance of lectures and practical courses


hours regular study per the syllabus
hours exercise preparation and private study
hours exam preparation

This course is worth 2 credits.

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Electrical Metrology

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU, 2
See Study plan

Aim:
Knowledge of the requirements of measurement reports and ability to compile these
Ability to identify, evaluate and calculate measurement errors
Knowledge of measuring methods for direct and alternate current magnitudes (Voltage and current)
Knowledge of measuring methods for resistances and reactances
Knowledge of an oscilloscopes mode of operation and ability to operate it
Knowledge of the mode of operation of various electric sensors
Ability to choose and apply sensors according to task
Knowledge of error sources in the application of electric sensors and possibilities to minimise errors
Knowledge of the mode of operation of analog to digital and digital to analog converters
Ability to select and dimension appropriate AD and DA converters task specific
Ability to apply software programs for PC controlling of measurement systems
Contents:
Kinds of errors, error propagation
Measured values and characteristics
Moving coil instrument
Measurement of current, voltage and resistance
Sensors
Oscilloscopes
Digital measurement methods
Computer aided Measurement systems
Literature:
E. Schrfer: Elektrische Messtechnik. Hanser Verlag Mnchen, 1992
R.Lerch: Elektrische Mestechnik. Springer Verlag Heidelberg, 1996
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 135 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
20 hours regular study of the syllabus
30 hours preparation and presentations of experiments
20 hours reading and private study
20 hours exam preparation
This is worth 5 credits.

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10

Electronics 1

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

6
7
4 SU, 2 Pr
See Study plan

Requirements:
Successful completion of courses Nr. 1 (Math for Engineers), Nr. 3 (Physics)
Nr. 4 and 5 (Electrical Engineering 1 and 2)
Course Objectives:
Knowledge of the nomenclature, the distribution and the characteristics of electronic components;
Understanding the physical structures and properties, specifications and modeling of passive and active
components;
Detailed knowledge (electrical characteristics) of pn-junctions, diodes, bipolar- and field effecttransistors;
Explaining the different types of diodes (Silicon-, Schottky-, Zener- and Photodiodes);
How to characterize bipolar and MOS transistors in discrete applications
(including operating point, small signal model, control limits and switching behavior);
Introduction of Power devices like IGBTs and COOLMOS, principles, characteristic curves and usage;
Contents:
Basics of electronic components: characterization, identification, distribution, what is important for data
sheets, mounting, manufacturing tolerances, heat flow.
Passive electronic components: structures, used materials, characteristics, evaluation of characteristics,
models, parasitics, control limits, transmission lines, resonators.
Semiconductor devices: basics of semiconductors and pn-transitions; characteristics, characteristic
curves, models, model equations, temperature effects of pn-transitions.
Diodes: structures, characteristic curves, models and model equations, influences of parasitics for
different diode-types and possible applications.
BJTs and MOSFETs: operation ranges, characteristic curves, temperature effects, models and model
equations, influences of parasitics, control limits, operating points, linearised models, switching
characteristics, basic applications.
Semiconductors for power applications (e.g. IGBT).
Laboratory Experiments: Dedicated test-setups for measurement of resonators, diode characteristics
curves, switching characteristics, transistor characteristic curves and basic application circuits.
Literature:

Reisch, M: Elektronische Bauelemente, Springer Verlag, 2007

Thuselt, F.:Physik der Halbleiterbauelemnte, Springer Verlag, 2011

Siegl, J.: Elektronik 1 - Bauelemente, www.efi.fh-nuernberg.de/elearning

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Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 197,5 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
67.5
20
30
40
20
20

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours problem-solving exercises
hours simulation experiments
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 7 credits.

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11

Microcomputers

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

6
7
4 SU, 2 Pr
See Study plan

Aim:
Knowledge of the basic architecture of microcomputers
Knowledge of essential features of intel's x86 und Motorola's 68k processor family
Ability of understanding microprocessor busses
Knowledge of little and big endian memory access
Knowledge of addressing memory and peripherals
Knowledge of important onchip memories
Knowledge of important I/O-Interfaces
Knowledge of PC-architecture principles
Ability to design a simple, bus based, single board microcomputer, based on a Freescale
microcontroller
Contents:
Basics of a microcomputer system: architecture, basic building blocks
Basics of a CPU (intel and Motorola): ALU, addresses, bus, opcode, format, RISC, CISC
Address decoder with Chip Select and address tables
Memory: ROM, EPROM, EEPROM, Flash EPROM, SRAM, DRAM, SDRAM, DDR, DDR2
I/O: Serial and parallel ports, interrupt, direct memory access
Introduction to microcontrollers with a Freescale 32 bit microcontroller
Computer design with this Freescale 32 bit microcontroller: Schematics, Timing, Programming
Literature:
Peter Urbanek: Mikrocomputer, 2004, Eigenverlag
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 203,5 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
67,5
30
40
35
32

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours preparation and presentations of experiments
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 7 credits.

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12

System Theory and Digital Signal Processing

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

6
6
4 SU, 2
see Study Plan

Aim:
Ability to describe deterministic signals and linear systems in the time and frequency domain
Ability to perform comparisons between the different description-possibilities
Knowledge of the most important system structures and methods of signal processing
Ability to develop and apply time continuous and time discrete signal processing systems
Contents:
Description of time continuous and time discrete signals and systems in the time domain:
differential and difference equations, standard-signals, convolution
Description in the frequency domain: Fourier transformation, frequency response, model systems,
sampling theorem
Laplace and z-transformation: transfer function, calculation of transients in time continuous and time
discrete systems, stability of linear systems, all-pass and minimal phase systems
State space description: solving methods, canonical forms
Design of time discrete systems
Literature:
Girod, Rabenstein, Stenger: Einfhrung in die Systemtheorie, Teubner-Verlag
Mildenberger: System- und Signaltheorie, Vieweg-Verlag
Unbehauen: Systemtheorie, Oldenbourg-Verlag
Lecturers own script
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 194,5 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
67,5 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
49 hours regular study of the syllabus, exercises
28 hours reading and private study
50 hours exam preparation
This is worth 6 credits.

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13

Electronics 2

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

6
7
4 SU, 2 Pr
See Study plan

Aim:
Knowledge of methods for modeling, design and verification of analog and analog/digital circuits;
Ability to use appropriate utilities to pre-estimate and dimension of circuits;
students should know effects of feedback-loops in circuits and they should have a basic knowledge of
the most important basic analog and analog/digital functional circuits in practical applications.
Contents:
Methods: Introduction in design modeling and verification with commonly used design tools (e.g.
PSpice); approaches for approximate calculation of circuit characteristics.
Transistor-Level-Circuits: DC (operating point) analysis; stability of operating points with respect to
variable temperature and manufacturing tolerances; methods to stabilize operating points; AC analysis
to get circuit characteristics (e.g. transfer behaviour, interface impedances, driving resistance);
Operational Amplifiers: Characteristics and modeling of operational amplifiers; influences of feedbackloops in amplifiers and how feedback-loops change characteristics (signal transmission and interface
impedances); stability of feedback-loops, conditions to avoid oscillations; examples of commonly used
applications for operational amplifiers.
Switching behaviour of transistors in electronic circuits; control limits of transistor-level circuits;
significant applications; analysis of commonly used application circuits (power amplifier, power MOS-,
IGBT switching circuits, DC-DC converter, ).
Laboratory experiments: Collateral practical experiments in using PSpice; students have to setup
example-circuits with transistors, operational amplifiers and power MOS-FETs (e.g. amplifiers, inverting
and noninverting amplifiers, differentiator, integrator, schmitt-trigger, active rectifier, function generator,
H-bridge) to characterize most important properties and to compare simulation results with
measurement results.
Literature:

Siegl, J; Zocher, E. : Schaltungstechnik analog und gemischt analog/digital, Springer Verlag,


5. Auflage, 2013

Zocher, E. : Skriptum zu Elektronik 2 (Schaltungstechnik), im efi-Intranet


Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 198.5 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
67.5 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
38 hours regular study of the syllabus
60 hours for development, lab preparation, elaboration and presentation of solutions
13 hours reading and private study
20 hours exam preparation
This is worth 7 credits.
Requirements:
Electronics 1, Electrical circuits

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14

Informatics 2

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

5
5
3 SU, 2 Pr
See Study plan

Aim:
Finalizing procedural programming knowledge:
Knowledge about arrays and pointers
Ability to work with strings
Knowledge about dynamic memory management
Knowledge about basic techniques for linked data structures
Knowledge about recursive problem solution
Knowledge about file handling
Ability to modularize
Ability to design and test software
Contents:
Arrays, pointers, dynamic memory allocation and deallocation
String handling
Arguments to main
Essential data structures (linked lists, binary trees)
File handling
Formal representation and notation of a deterministic and a non-deterministic finite state machine, state
reduction, practical application of a finite state machine for hardware- and software-development
Literature:
Herold, H: C-Programmierung unter Linux, Unix und Windows, millin Verlag, 2004
Bsig, J: Skript zu Automaten und ihre Anwendung
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 151,3 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
56,3
15
45
10
25

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours for development of exercise programmes and software solutions
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.

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15

Object Oriented Programming and Software-Engineering

15a Object Oriented Programming


Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
4
2 SU, 2 Pr
See Study plan

Aim:
Mediation of knowledge of object-oriented programming:
syntax and semantics of classes and objects
Knowledge of constructors and destructors, operator functions and type conversion functions
Knowledge of single and multiple inheritation and composition of classes
Knowledge of virtual methods and polymorphic objects
Knowledge of template classes and template functions
Knowledge of input/output with stream classes
Ability to transform real world problems into a set of classes
Ability to object-oriented design and implementation of application software
Contents:
Classes and objects, methods and attributes
Constructors and destructors
Operator functions and type converting functions
Static methods und attributes
Inheritation and composition of classes
Virtual methods and polymorphic objects
Template classes and template functions
Exception handling
Literature:
Lecture handout: "Programmierung mit C++", Peter Jesorsky;
http://www2.efi.fh-nuernberg.de/~jesorsky/skript-p/index.htm
"Thinking in C++", Bruce Eckel, Prentice Hall;
http://www.mindview.net/Books/TICPP/ThinkingInCPP2e.html

Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 130 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
15
30
15
25

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours for development of exercise programmes and software solutions
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 4 credits.

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15b Software-Engineering
Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

2
2
2 SU
see Study Plan

Aim:
Insight into the problems of developing (large) software systems
Knowledge of the most important process models to develop software systems
Ability to evaluate und apply process models
Ability to identify and specify software requirements and Use Cases
Ability to object-oriented abstraction
Deepened knowledge of methods and notations for object-oriented modelling
Ability to create object-oriented models for simple technical systems
Contents:
Development processes and process models; incremental and iterative development
Requirements, Use Cases and Use Case Diagrams
Object-oriented Modelling
Static and dynamic Modelling with Unified Modelling Language (UML)
Object-oriented Analysis and Design
Literature:
Larman: UML 2 und Patterns angewendet; mitp
sterreich: Analyse und Design mit UML 2; Oldenbourg
Zuser, Grechenig, Khle: Software Engineering mit UML und dem Unified Process
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 59,5 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
23 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
10 hours regular study of the syllabus
10 hours development and elaboration of solutions
5 hours reading and private study
12 hours exam preparation
This is worth 2 credits.

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16

Feedback Control Systems

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

6
7
4 SU, 2 Pr
see Study Plan

Aim:
Knowledge of the system attributes and the description methods of technical control and steering
systems.
Knowledge of the most important design and optimizing methods of technical control systems.
Ability to select the best design method.
Ability to build models of technical control systems.
Ability to simulate and realise technical control systems.
Contents:
Basics of technical control and steering systems.
Description of control systems in the time and frequency domain: frequency response, bode diagram,
transfer function, state space description.
Features and realisation of time continuous and time discrete systems.
Stability check of closed loop control systems.
Optimizing and simulation of closed loop control systems.
Cascade and state space control systems.
Fuzzy-Control
Literature:
Schlitt: Regelungstechnik, Vogel-Verlag
Fllinger: Regelungstechnik, Eliteria-Verlag
Lutz, Wendt: Taschenbuch der Regelungstechnik, Harri Deutsch Verlag
Lecturers own script
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 207,5 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
67,5 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
30 hours regular study of the syllabus
25 hours experiments, preparation and presentations, attendance of exercises
35 hours development and elaboration of solutions
20 hours reading and private study
30 hours exam preparation
This is worth 7 credits.

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17

Data networks

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU + 2 PR
see Study Plan

Aim:
Gain knowledge about data transmission protocols
Understand data transmission principles used on busses and local area networks
Comprehend the operation and performance of interfaces
Plan and configure local area networks
Employ interfaces and data networks for applications
Contents:
Architecture and application of the ISO/OSI reference model
Media for data transmission: Fiber, Copper
Physical layer: modem technologies, line coding
Standard data transmission interfaces
MAC layer: multiple access protocols and bus systems
Higher layer protocols: TCP, IP, HTTP
Applications
Security ion data networks
Literature:
Comer, Douglas
Internetworking with TCP/IP
Tanenbaum, Andrew S. Computer networks
Detken, Kai-Oliver Local area networks
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 139 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
20
24
25
25

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours preparation and analysis of experiments
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.

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18

Fundamentals of Power Engineering and Technology

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU + 2
see Study Plan

Aim:
Knowledge of structure and application of basic materials
Knowledge of mechanical design of rotating machines
Ability to apply visualization methods in power engineering
Knowledge of fundamentals in energy metering
Knowledge of fundamentals in wind and solar power
Knowledge of fundamentals in electronic power conversion
Knowledge of application of power transformers
Knowledge of fundamentals in electrical power transmission and distribution
Knowledge of fundamentals in electrical machines
Ability to design and calculate basic power systems in steady state operation
Ability to evaluate features and limitations of power systems
Contents:
Materials for electrical conductors and insulators, semiconductors
Mechanical equations, inertia, acceleration and deceleration
Energy resources, load characteristics
Components of wind and solar power plants
Operational characteristics of wind and solar power plants
Standard synchronous machine
B2 and B6 rectifier circuit
Voltage link converters
Voltage equations of power transformers
Current transformer and power metering
Voltage equations, equivalent circuit and application of squirrel cage motors
Ossannas circle diagram
Literature:
Jger, R., Stein, E.: Leistungselektronik. Grundlagen und Anwendungen, VDE- Verlag
Kremser, A.: Elektrische Maschinen und Antriebe, Teubner- Verlag
Noack, F.: Grundlagen der Energietechnik, Hanser Verlag
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 135 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
20 hours regular study of the syllabus
25 hours problem-solving exercises
20 hours reading and private study
25 hours exam preparation
This is worth 5 credits.

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19

Specialised elective Module (Subject of Specialisation)

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

24 (subjects with either 4 or 8 weekly hours)


30
depending on the subject
See Study plan

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AUT1

Automation

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

8
10
4 SU, 4 Pr
see Study Plan

Aim:
Knowledge of the essential automation-components
Ability to select suitable automation-components
Knowledge of structures and possibilities of automation-systems
Ability to program different programmable logic controllers
Contents:
Sensors / sensor-systems in automation
Actuators in automation
Automation-components (PLC, CNC, industrial robots)
Programming of a Programmable Logic Controller based on IEC 61131
Literature:

Schmid: Automatisierungstechnik, Verlag Europa-Lehrmittel Aufl. 2011

John, Tiegelkamp: SPS-Programmierung mit IEC 61131-3, Springer-Verlag, 4. Aufl., 2009

Kief: NC/CNC Handbuch, Hanser-Verlag Mnchen, erscheint jhrlich

Weber: Industrieroboter, Fachbuchverlag Leipzig im Carl Hanser Verlag, 2. Aufl., 2009


Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 298 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
90 hours presence in lectures and exam
36 hours regular study of the syllabus
40 hours preparation and presentations of experiments
30 hours individual lab work
34 hours preparation and elaboration of solutions
28 hours reading and private study
40 hours exam preparation
This is worth 10 credits.

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AUT2

Drive and Control Technology

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

8
10
4 SU + 4 Pr
see Study Plan

Aim:
Ability to use programmable logic controllers in industrial fields
Ability to solve control problems of industrial processes
Ability to develop programs for programmable logic controllers
Ability to analyze simple drive problems by means of the mechanical bases
Knowledge of the steady state operational characteristics of the most important electric machines
Ability to describe the operating behaviour of electric machines by means of equivalent diagrams
Ability to project the electric machines for drive problems
Knowledge of the structure of drive control circuits
Contents:
Control elements
Project planning of controllers
Programming of programmable logic controllers
Construction, operation and application of three-phase machines and direct current machines
Operating behaviour of converter-fed machines in the steady operation
Current control circuit, rotation speed control circuit
Dynamic behaviour of electric drives
Coupling of automation systems and drive systems
Literature:
Wellenreuther/Zastrow: Automatisieren mit SPS - Theorie und Praxis, Vieweg Verlag Wiesbaden 2005
John, Tiegelkamp: SPS-Programmierung mit IEC 61131-3, Springer-Verlag 2000
Kremser, A.: Elektrische Maschinen und Antriebe, Teubner-Verlag
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 305 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
90 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
40 hours regular study of the syllabus
50 hours preparation and presentation of experiments
25 hours individual lab work
40 hours development and elaboration of solutions
25 hours reading and private study
35 hours exam preparation
This is worth 10 credits.

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AUT3

Human-Machine-Interface

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

8
10
4 SU + 4 PR
see Study Plan

Aim:
Ability of the systematic identification and specification of requirements and Use Cases
Ability of the application of important Design Patterns
Deepened knowledge in designing and programming applications with graphical user interfaces
Deepened understanding of multithreaded applications
Ability to design human-machine-interfaces
Deepened knowledge of methods of management of software projects
Knowledge of technologies to operate and monitor them
Automation Technology
Contents:
Requirement Engineering, object-oriented analysis and design, architecture
Refactoring; Design Patterns; implementation of selected Design Patterns
Design and implementation of applications with graphical user interfaces (GUI)
Design and use of class libraries
Layout, Events
Multithreading
Design rules for graphical user interfaces
Internet based technologies in automation; data processing with OPC
Different possibilities of process visualization
Realtime data transmission
Literature:
Larman: UML 2 und Patterns angewendet; mitp
Freeman, Freeman: Entwurfsmuster von Kopf bis Fu; O'Reilly
Horstmann/Cornell: Core Java (1 & 2), Prentice Hall
Dahm: Mensch-Computer-Interaktion, Pearson-Studium
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 300 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
45
30
50
80
50

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours lab attendance
hours individual lab work
hours regular study of the syllabus
hours individual work, such as autonomous programming, working with design tools, etc., reading and
individual study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 10 credits.

29

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ENT1

Power Electronics, Machines and Drives

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

8
10
6 SU + 2 PR
see Study Plan

Aim:
Knowledge of the most important types of semiconductors.
Ability to select application related components.
Ability to calculate losses and to dimension cooling.
Knowledge of design and operating principle of self commutated converters.
Knowledge of design and operating principle of line commutated converters.
Knowledge of the most important types of electrical machines, their operational characteristics and
dimensioning.
Understanding stationary and dynamic behaviour of DC machines, synchronous machines,
asynchronous machines.
Knowledge of the dynamics of torque transmission
Contents:
Types of semiconductors and driving circuits.
Losses and cooling of semiconductors.
Buck converter, boost converter.
B2 and B6 circuit (uncontrolled and controlled).
Method of PWM modulation and optimized pulse pattern.
Closed loop control of DC drives.
Converter fed induction machines (quasistationary and dynamic operational behaviour).
Speed sensors.
Torsional stiff and torsional flexible coupling of motor and load
Literature:
Kremser, A.: Elektrische Maschinen und Antriebe, Vieweg Teubner Verlag, Wiesbaden 2007, ISBN
978-3-8351-0173-9
Jger, R. / Stein, E.: Leistungselektronik, VDE- Verlag
Specovius, Joachim, Grundkurs Leistungselektronik, Teubner- Verlag
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 300 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
90
40
30
50
30
20
40

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours preparation of practical experiments
hours development and elaboration of solution
hours reading and private study
hours individual lab work
hours exam preparation

This is worth 10 credits.

30

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ENT2

Electrical Energy Supply

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

8
10
6 SU + 2 PR
see Study Plan

Aim:
Knowledge of the conventional and regenerative power generation systems
Ability to analyze and to apply the possibilities and limits of different methods of electrical power
generation
Knowledge of design and rating of grids and switchyards in electrical power transmission and
distribution
Knowledge of basic grid computation methods
Ability to apply the computation methods in AC power systems
Knowledge of methods of long range HVAC and HVDC systems
Knowledge of application of power electronics in electrical power transmission and distribution systems
Ability to design power electronic components and systems
Ability to analyze effects of power electronics on power quality
Knowledge of selection and applicability of insulating materials and systems
Ability to design and calculate simple insulating systems
Contents:
Conventional thermal principles of electrical power generation, combined heat and power
Fuel cell-, hydro-, wind- and solar power systems
Computation of load flow and short circuit currents, neutral point connection
Long range AC transmission lines, stability, compensation
HVDC transmission systems, reactive power control, harmonic distortion, power quality
Electrical field stress and discharge processes in insulating materials
Over-voltage phenomena and over-voltage protection
Literature:
Flosdorff, Hilgarth: Elektrische Energieverteilung
Heuck, Dettmann: Elektrische Energieverteilung
Oeding, Oswald: El. Kraftwerke und Netze
Jger, R. / Stein, E.: Leistungselektronik
Rashid, M.: Power Electronics, ISBN 0-13-122815-3
J. Duncan Glover et al.: Power system analysis and design, ISBN 978-0-495-29596-9
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 300 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
90
45
45
50
30
40

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours preparation of practical experiments
hours development of solutions and elaboration of experiments
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 10 credits.


Requirements:
Course power engineering

31

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ESY1

Computer aided Circuit Design

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

8
10
6 SU + 2 PR
see Study Plan

Aim:
Deepened understanding of procedures and algorithms for the analysis, synthesis, and optimisation of
electronic systems and circuits.
Understanding of the theoretical and practical skills required for systematic and effective use of
standardised Hardware Description Language for the design of analogue and digital circuits/systems.
Independent solutions to project tasks with help from EDA systems.
Contents:
Algorithms for the simulation, synthesis and testability of digital and analogue circuits. DesignCentering, Sensitivity-, worst case scenario-, and Monte Carlo analysis;
Procedures for the analysis and optimisation of the noise behaviour of electronic circuits;
Analysis of nonlinear systems in time domain.
Algorithms for place and route. Technology specific post-processing.
Introduction to thinking and working practices for the systematic development of digital and analogue
systems using a Hardware Description Language.
Construction of a Hardware Description Language and description of its elements, fundamental and
abstract data types, properties and attributes, foundations of structural design, elements for structural
descriptions, principles of design, elements for behavioural descriptions.
Simulation, synthesis, and verification methods with help from EDA systems using example exercises.
Literature:
Bsig, J.: Entwicklung digitaler Systeme mit VHDL, Eigenverlag, Nrnberg 1999,
ISBN 3-00-005081-7
Y. Herv: VHDL-AMS Anwendungen fr den industriellen Einsatz, ISBN 3-486-57787-5
Zocher, E.: Skripten und Tutorials zum rechnergesttzten Schaltungsentwurf
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 250 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
90
45
105
20
40

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours development of exercise programmes and software solutions
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 10 credits.


Requirements:
Basic understanding of analogue and digital technology, Knowledge of a programming language, Basic
understanding of information technology
Basics in Network theory

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ESYT2/1

Electromagnetic Compatibility

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU + 2 Pr
see Study Plan

Aim:
Recognition of the necessity of EMC
Knowledge of the terms in EMC
Knowledge of possible interference sources and drains
Knowledge of coupling mechanisms
Knowledge of relevant standards and laws
Knowledge of suppressing measures and ability to apply these correctly
Knowledge of grounding concepts
Ability to select the appropriate filter measures
Knowledge of the relevant parameters for good electric shielding and ability to evaluate shieldings with
respect to EMC
Knowledge of EMC measurement methods and ability to apply these
Contents:
Basics of EMC
Interference sources and drains
Standards and rules
EMC measurement technique
Measures for interference suppression
Grounding
Filtering
Shielding
Literature:
A. Schwab: Elektromagnetische Vertrglichkeit, Springer-Verlag
K.H. Gonschorek / H. Singer: Elektro-Magnetische Vertrglichkeit Grundlagen, Analysen, Manahmen, B:G:
Teubner Verlag
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 150 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
30 hours regular study of the syllabus
30 hours preparation and elaboration of experiments
20 hours reading and private study
25 hours exam preparation
This is worth 5 credits.

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ESY2/2

Quality assurance and test of electronic systems

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU + 2 PR
See Study Plan

Aim:
Understanding of the procedures to achieve high quality and good testability of electronic systems on chip
level and on system level (design aspect):
Basic methods of test-friendly design under the aspect of very complex and large systems on chip
(SoCs).
Teach understanding of relationships between test-friendly design and the demands for production test
systems.
Fundamentals of quality assurance (from the analysis aspect):
Quality control and Qualification process of integrated circuits.
Identification of inferior quality caused by parasitical effects.
Contents:
Design for Test building blocks and methodologies, generation and validation of test patterns,
system architecture of automatic test equipment, functional and parametric test procedures,
analogue and digital measurement procedures,
test development, test assessment, test of printed circuit boards,
quality control,
failure analysis.
Literature:
Kuntsch, C.: Lecture handouts
Bsig, J.: Handouts from practicals
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 250 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
20
45
15
20

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours development of exercise programmes and software solutions
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.


Requirements:
Basic understanding of analogue and digital design and technology, knowledge of one hardware description
language

34

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INF1 Operating Systems and Real-Time Systems


Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

8
10
5 SU + 3 Pr
see Study Plan

Prerequisites:
Knowledge and skills from the following moduls:
- Computer Science Basics, Computer Science 1 and 2 (C-Programming), Microprocessors
Aim:
Knowledge of the typical structure and operation of operating systems and their components
Deep knowledge of the discussed concepts/mechanisms based on the example of LINUX
Ability of using the most important system functions of LINUX
Knowledge of concepts for realtime and embedded systems
Deepened knowledge of multitasking, scheduling methods and services of realtime operating systems
Skill to design and implement system and application software for embedded and realtime systems
Knowledge of serial bus systems including CAN and ability to implement a CAN node
Contents:
Architecture, typical components and programming interfaces of operating systems
Management of processes and threads, Scheduling procedures
Mechanisms for exchanging data between processes and threads
Synchronization and coordination of processes and threads
Concept of signals for handling of asynchronous events
Memory management, File management, Resource management, User management
Specialities of real-time and embedded systems, design concepts, scheduling methods
Design and implementation of a simple real-time operating system with preemptive scheduling,
synchronization and timer services; design and implementation of real-time application-tasks
Field busses, deepening based on CAN, architecture and operation of a complete CAN system,
structure and operation of a CAN bus connector
Design and implementation of hardware and software of a complete CAN node
Literature:
Lecture notes and slices to Operating Systems, Real-Time Systems, Embedded Systems
Books e.g.: Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Modern Operating Systems
Wolfgang Mauerer: Linux Kernel Architecture
W. Richard Stevens, Stephen A. Rago: Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment,
Addison-Wesley, second edition, 2005
Michael Kerrisk: The Linux Programming Interface, no starch press, 2010
Helmut Herold: Linux/Unix Systemprogrammierung, third edition, Addison-Wesley, 2004
Simon, D.E., An Embedded Software Primer, Addison-Wesley
Ganssle, Jack: The Firmware Handbook, Elsevier
Labrosse, J., MicroC/OS-II, CMP
Homann M., OSEK, mitp
Lawrenz W.: CAN, 1999, Hthig
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 300 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
112
40
80
30
38

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours problem-solving exercises
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

Upon successful completion of the course, students are awarded 10 credits.

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INF 2/1

Database Systems

SWS:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment: see

4
5
2 SU + 2
Study Plan

Aim
Knowledge of use, functionality and architecture of database systems.
Knowledge of SQL (data definition language, data manipulation language, data control language, data
retrieval language)
Ability to use SQL to define and manipulate database objects,
Knowledge of normal forms and ability to normalize a relational schema

Contents:
Database basics (terms and definitions, classifications, DBMS examples)
Theoretical foundation: object relational database systems (relational data structures, relational
operators, relational query language)
SQL (Retrieving Data Using the SQL SELECT Statement, Restricting and Sorting Data, Using SingleRow Functions to Customize Output, Reporting Aggregated Data Using the Group Functions,
Displaying Data from Multiple Tables, Using Sub-queries to Solve Queries
Using the Set Operators, Manipulating Data, Using DDL Statements to Create and Manage Tables,
Creating Other Schema Objects, Managing Objects with Data Dictionary Views
Introduction, Controlling User Access, Manage Schema Objects, Manipulating Large Data Sets,
Generating Reports by Grouping Related Data, Managing Data in Different Time Zones
Retrieving Data Using Sub-queries, Hierarchical Retrieval, Regular Expression Support,
Normal forms and normalization.

Literature:
C. J. Date , An Introduction to Database Systems. Addison Wesley, 2003
Kemper, A. Eickler: Datenbanksysteme Eine Einfhrung, Oldenbourg Verlag, Mnchen, 2006
Kevin Loney: Oracle Database 10g Die umfassende Referenz, Hanser Verlag, Mnchen, 2005
Can Trker, SQL:1999&SQL:2003 objektrelationales SQL, SQLJ & SQL/XML, dpunkt Verlag,
Heidelberg, 2003
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 150 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
25
30
20
30

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours development, elaboration and presentation of solutions
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.

36

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INF2/2

Interaction

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU + 2 PR
see Study Plan

Aim:
Knowledge of prime technologies, methods and procedures in the area of interaction and man-machinecommunication based on the analysis of images, audio/speech data and other sensor signals.

Ability to judge the fields of application for interactive systems in multimedia projects in various
application areas.
Ability to implement simple interactive multimedia systems.
Contents:
Sensor technologies (visual, physical, physiological, ),
methods for processing,
segmentation and analysis of image/video and audio/speech data,
mapping of sensor data, tools,
programming and runtime environments for realization of interactive systems,
standard and application specific interface technologies (MIDI, OSC, ) and their applications,
media control (actuators, media equipment, application programs, ),
implementation of simple interactive systems.
Literature:
Kraiss K.-F. (Ed.), Advanced Man-Machine-Interaction, Springer, Berlin, 2006
Khazaeli C. D., Systemisches Design, Rowohld, Reinbeck bei Hamburg, 2005
Jhne B., Digitale Bildverarbeitung, Springer, Berlin, 2005
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 150 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
22
20
23
20
20
20
25

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours lab attendance
hours individual lab work
hours development of exercise programmes and software solutions
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.


Requirements:
Basic understanding of information technology, knowledge of a programming language.

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INF3/1

Concept and Architecture of Software-Applications

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU + 2 Pr
see Study Plan

Aim:
Ability of the systematic identification and specification of requirements and Use Cases
Knowledge of architecture principles and concepts
Deepened knowledge of analyzing and designing complex projects
Ability to improve the maintainability and extensibility of software designs
Ability of the application of important Design Patterns
Ability to prepare implementation and testing of software applications
Deepened knowledge of methods to manage software projects
Deepened knowledge to develop and evaluate process models
Contents:
Requirement Engineering, object-oriented analysis and design, architecture
Requirements Analysis
Object-oriented Analysis
Architectural concepts
Object-oriented Design, Design Patterns, Re-factoring
Advanced modelling with Unified Modelling Language (UML)
Process definition and process models; process evaluation and tailoring
Management of software development, outsourcing, metrics
Literature:
Larman: UML 2 und Patterns angewendet; mitp
Herold, Klar, Klar: C++, UML und Design Patterns, Addison-Wesley
Freeman, Freeman: Entwurfsmuster von Kopf bis Fu, O'Reilly
Fowler: Analysis Patterns
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 150 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
20
25
25
15
20

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours preparation and presentation of experiments
hours development and elaboration of solutions
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.

38

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INF3/2

Design and Implementation of Software-Applications

SWS:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU + 2 PR
see Study Plan

Aim:
Advanced knowledge in designing and programming applications with graphical user interfaces
Advanced understanding of multithreaded applications
Gain knowledge about complex class libraries
Ability to create network applications and component software
Contents:
Design and implementation of applications with graphical user interfaces (GUI)
Design and use of complex class libraries
Layout
Events
Multithreading
Design rules for graphical user interfaces
Implementation of certain design patterns (for GUI)
Network applications
Component software
Development of configurable software
Literature:
Horstmann/Cornell

Core Java 1 & 2, Prentice Hall

Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 150 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
22
23
20
20
45
20

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours lab attendance
hours individual lab work
hours regular study of the syllabus
hours individual study, reading and autonomous programming
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.

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KOM1/1
Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

Radio Frequency Engineering


4
5
2 SU + 2 Pr
see Study Plan

Aim:
Basic knowledge of wave propagation and radio channels, knowledge of the basic architecture and
properties of radio systems;
students should know the properties of radio modules and have in particular basic knowledge of setup,
properties and application of antennas and components of RF systems;
they should have the basic knowledge for analysis of a radio transmission system and for the
appropriate choice of frequency range, antennas, transmitter and receiver modules.
they should be aware of health hazards and regulatory issues when operating a transmitter.
Contents:
Basics of electromagnetic fields and waves;
Basics of wave propagation,
free space waves,
guided waves,
waveguides
Basics of RF techniques:
basic properties of transmission lines,
forward and reverse waves on transmission lines,
basics of S parameters,
noise,
nonlinearities.
Antennas:
Basics, setup, properties and characteristics of antennas,
interface between amplifier / antenna and preamplifier
Components of RF systems:
architecture, properties and choice of transmitter and receiver components
Radio links:
frequency ranges (propagation in different frequency ranges (LF, HF, VHF/UHF, Microwaves),
system architecture,
path loss
Examples of applications:
e.g. Mobile Radio and wireless sensor systems
Regulatory issues:
health hazards, radio regulations
Laboratory experiments:
characterisation of antennas,
RF modules and microwave links.
Literature:
Lecture notes

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Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 180 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
20
35
15
15
25

hours presence in lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours design and analysis of test circuits by simulation and measurement
hours individual lab work
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.


Requirements:
bertragungstechnik, Nachrichtentechnik, Hochfrequenzsystemtechnik

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KOM1/2

Optical Transmission Technologies

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU + 2 Pr
see Study Plan

Aim:
Knowledge of the operation of optical fibers and related opto electronic transmitters and receivers;
coupling together for set up optical transmission systems;
specific properties in comparison to conventional electrical systems

Lectures Contents:
Principle and construction of optical fibers
transmission properties as attenuation and dispersion
application areas of the different fibers
operation, functionality and typical data of optoelectronic receiver components (pin-PD)
coupling technologies between the different components
passive fiberoptic components
fiber connection methods
basic circuits for optical transmission systems
system configurations and power budgets
Practical classes:
Measurement of the spectral attenuation of different fibers dependent on the fiber length, the
wavelength and the launching conditions
Influence of the launching conditions, bends and mode converters on the angle distribution of the
guided light
Measurement of the fiber bandwidth dependent on the launching conditions and the fiber length in the
time and the frequency domain
Spectral attenuation and spectal filter effect
Bit rate and penalty
Chromatic and modal dispersion
Literature:
Voges, Petermann Optische Nachrichtentechnik, Springer 2002
H. Hultzsch: Optische Telekommunikationssysteme, Damm-Verlag 1996
F. Pedrotti, L. Pedrotti. W. Bausch, H. Schmidt: Optik fr Ingenieure
W. Daum, J. Krauser, P. E. Zamzow, O. Ziemann: POF - Optische Polymerfasern fr die
Datenkommunikation, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2001
O. Ziemann, J. Krauser, P. E. Zamzow, W. Daum: POF Handbook - Optical Short Range Transmission
Systems, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2008
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 148 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
20
30
15
18
20

hours attendance of lectures and seminars (25 hours for lectures and 20 hours for experiments)
hours regular study of the syllabus
hours experiments preparation and written report
hours individual lab work
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.

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Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

KOM2/1

Communication Technology

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
4 SU
see Study Plan

Aim:
Know how to design and qualify Communication Systems at physical layer
Contents:
Fundamental configurations of analogue and digital communication-systems;
signal processing in baseband and RF-band; analogue and digital modulation principles in time and
frequency domain:
bandwidth-, power-efficiency; multiplexing, de-multiplexing;
noise-behaviour, inter-symbol-, adjacent channel-interferences, nyquist-criterias; BER, optimal-filter;
channel-models, transmitter-, receiver-structures
Principles of Modulation, Demodulation (analogue and digital)
PLL for carrier- and clock-recovery
Signal processing at physical layer over transmission-lines
Literature:
Kammeyer, Nachrichtenbertragung, Teubner Verlag
Zocher E., Skript Nachrichtenbertragungstechnik, Georg-Simon-Ohm-Hochschule Nrnberg, 2008
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 150 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
25
35
20
25

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours problem-solving exercises
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.


Requirements:
System theory

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Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

KOM2/2

Information Theory and Coding

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
4 SU
see Study Plan

Aim:
Knowledge of information theory basics
Knowledge of the most important source and channel coding schemes
Ability of selecting appropriate methods with regard to a given application
Contents:
Information theory: Entropy, (Markov-)Sources, Channels
Source coding: Run-Length, Huffman, arithmetic and LZW coding;
still picture, moving picture and audio compression (JPEG, MPEG, MP3)
Channel coding: ARQ/FEC schemes, error detection and error correction, linear block codes,
convolutional codes, Viterbi decoding of convolutional codes
Line coding: binary and ternary line codes
Literature:
Carl, H., Informationstheorie und Codierung; Skriptum Georg-Simon-Ohm-Hochschule Nrnberg, 2008
Massey, J. L., Applied Digital Information Theory; Lecture Notes ETH Zrich, 2001, (available at
http://www.isi.ee.ethz.ch/education/public/pdfs/aditI.pdf and
http://www.isi.ee.ethz.ch/education/public/pdfs/aditII.pdf)
Cover, T. M. & Thomas, J. A.; Elements of Information Theory; Wiley, Hoboken, NJ, USA; 2nd Ed.;
2006
Sayood, K.; Introduction to Data Compression; Morgan Kaufmann, San Francisco; 3rd Ed.; 2006
Bossert, M., Kanalcodierung; Teubner, Stuttgart, 2nd Ed., 1998
Werner, M., Information und Codierung; Vieweg, Braunschweig, 1st Ed., 2002
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 148 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
22
26
25
30

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours problem-solving exercises
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.


Requirements:
Basic knowledge of probabilistic calculus
Knowledge of system theory basics including Fourier transform

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Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

KOM3/1

Communication Networks

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
4 SU
see Study Plan

Aim:
Understanding methods and principals of communication networks and the ability to asses the performance
and quality of service of such networks.
It also includes the ability to plan communication networks.
Contents:
Network planning: components of communication networks, network nodes and transmission systems,
network structures and hierarchies, fault tolerant networks, theory of graphs, network optimization,
problems in network design, examples for application of data networks.
Information processing in data networks: routing protocols, introduction into intelligent networks.
Traffic theory: introduction into traffic theories, queuing systems, quality of service in packet networks.
Operation of packet networks: IP, MPLS, SDH, ATM, IMS
Literature:
Kaderali, Poguntke: Graphen, Algorithmen, Netze Vieweg Verlag
Tran-Gia: Einfhrung in die Leistungsbewertung und Verkehrstheorie Oldenbourg Verlag
Werner: Netze, Protokolle Schnittstellen und Nachrichtenverkehr Vieweg Verlag
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 150 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
30
20
25
30

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours reading and private study
hours problem-solving exercises
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.

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Bachelor Electrical Engineering und Information Technology - Modules description

KOM3/2

Digital Communications

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4
5
2 SU + 2 Pr
see Study Plan

Aim:
Deepening understanding of basic digital transmission schemes
Knowledge of basic channel equalization methods
Knowledge of basic classical and modern approaches for synchronization in digital receivers
Knowledge of basic multi-carrier transmission schemes
Ability of evaluating and selecting the named techniques
Contents:
Transmitter base-band model and optimal receiver
Lowpass / bandpass transform
Channel equalization
Carrier and timing synchronization
OFDM
Efficient realization methods for digital receivers
practical work on digital communications systems including coding: design, implementation and analysis
of selected transmission schemes, transmission over real channels, dimensioning and realization of
channel coding algorithms, equalization methods
Literature:
Carl, H., Digitale bertragungstechnik; Skriptum Georg-Simon-Ohm-Hochschule Nrnberg, 2008
Proakis, J. G., Digital Communications; McGraw-Hill, New York, 4th Ed., 2000
Kammeyer, K.-D., Nachrichtenbertragung; Teubner, Stuttgart; 4rd Ed., 2008
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 148 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
45
20
24
20
15
24

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours experiments preparation and test reports writing
hours individual lab work
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.


Requirements:
Basic knowledge of probabilistic calculus
Knowledge of system theory and digital signal processing basics

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20

Subject-related electives (group 2)

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

4 (2 subjects with 2 weekly hours each)


5
depending on the subject SU, , Pr or S
see Study Plan

Aim:
The subject-related electives allow more detailed study of selected current topics of the technology field.
The list of currently offered subject-related electives will be posted every semester either on the notice
board or online on the facultys website.
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 150 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:

Attendance of lectures and seminars


Regular study of the syllabus
Preparation and presentation of experiments
Development and elaboration of solutions
Reading and private study
Exam preparation

This is worth 5 credits.

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21

Project work and Project Seminar

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

8
10
Project 6 weekly hours, Project seminar 2 weekly hours
see Study Plan

Aim:
Ability to carry out a product engineering project of medium size successfully.
Ability to carry out an As-is-analysis, a requirements analysis and to-be-analysis
Ability to structure a large system and to process it in several teams.
Ability to build and organise a team
Ability to plan and supervise the development process
Ability to utilise own technical knowledge appropriately
Ability to produce relevant documents in English
Ability to present and defend own development results in English
Contents:
Key skills practice at every step of the working process:
Organisation of a project
Team leading and conflict resolution strategies
Decision making techniques and methods
Profitability analysis
Project documentation und communication in English
Presentation techniques in English
Problem analysis
Implementation of computer-aided conceptual design
Workload:
1) Project:
It is expected that the average student will require 240 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
70 hours model construction and programme development.
70 hours measurements and test runs, including their evaluation
50 hours project report
50 hours reading and private study
2) Project seminar in English:
60 hours workload, including preparation and holding of presentations.
This is worth 10 credits.

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22

Bachelor Thesis and Bachelor Seminar

Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

2 (seminar)
15
Bachelor Thesis and 2 weekly hours Bachelor seminar
see Study Plan

Aim:
Ability to use own knowledge and methodological skills to approach and solve practical issues in the field of
Electrical Engineering und Information Technology;
give a well-balanced assessment of own work from an academic angle, from the practical side and from the
ethical perspective;
work independently.

Contents of the Bachelor Seminar:


Guidance on methodical scientific work through:
Exchange of experience
Short presentations during the Thesis writing
Final presentation with discussion
Workload:
1) Bachelor Thesis:
It is expected that the average student will require 360 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
Conceptual project design
Prototypes and programmes. development
Measurements, test runs and their evaluation
Writing up the thesis report
Reading and private study
2) Bachelor seminar:
90 hours workload, including preparation and holding of short presentations as well as the final
presentation.
This is worth 15 credits.

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23a Internship
Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

20 weeks (4 work days each)


24
Project work
see Study plan

Aim:
Collecting experience and knowledge of the tasks and the working methods of an engineer in the industrial
field and in all areas of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.
Contents:
On the basis of a project, students learn different problem solving approaches in fundamental areas of
engineering. In teamwork the students are expected to find the solution to a specific problem within the
project.
The following Engineering areas can be listed as examples:
Product engineering
Project planning
Putting into operation
Service
Quality management
Workload:
The Internship Semester, including some private study, comprises an average workload of 720 hours.
Upon successful completion of the internship semester, students are awarded 24 credits.

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23b Internship seminar


Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

2
2
2S
see Study Plan

Aim:
Ability to analyse company processes competently und independently;
Ability to take decision founded on technical, economical and ecological aspects;
Ability to hold presentations on the work results.
Contents:
Exchange of experiences
Guidance and advice
Short presentations of the own work during the Internship seminar
Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 60 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
23 hours attendance of lectures and seminars
25 hours preparation of presentations
12 hours reading and private study
This is worth 2 credits.

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23c Modelling and System Simulation


Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

2
2
2 SU
see Study Plan

Aim:

Capability to use MATLAB as a tool to solve technical problems in the fields of System Theory, Digital
Signal Processing, Control Engineering and Telecommunication Engineering.
Competence to simulate linear and nonlinear systems.
Contents:

MATLAB programming: commands, expressions, vectors, matrices, script files, functions.

MATLAB displaying of 2D/3D-graphics.


Applications: integration, solving of differential equations, Fourier transformation (FFT), Bode diagram,
frequency response locus, analog and digital filter design, control unit design.

Using of MATLAB -Toolboxes: Symbolic Math Toolbox, Signal Processing Toolbox, Control Toolbox,

Simulink Toolbox.

System simulation using Simulink .


Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 60 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
23
15
12
10

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus and problem-solving exercises
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 2 credits.

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23d Economics
Weekly hours:
Credits:
Lectures:
Assessment:

2
2
2 SU
see Study Plan

Aim:
Introductions into domains of economics. Mediation of knowledge and cohering subjects in order that
studends an handle later technical and commercial tasks in their professional activity.
Contents:
Introduction into companies tasks
Explaining companies accounting
Calculation and their various methods
Learning about the difference between the application of full- and element costs
Knowledge of a marketing mix by way of one product also be a picture
Lifecycle of a product by demonstration
Terms and significations of innovation in economics
Explanation of various forms of financial requirements
Literature:
WHE, Einfhrung in die Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Vahlen, 25. Auflage, Juni 2013.

WHE,KAISER,DRING, bungsbuch zum obigen Werk, Vahlen, 14. Auflage, Juni 2013.

Workload:
It is expected that the average student will require 51,5 hours of study to acquire the necessary knowledge
and abilities. These hours can be divided as follows:
22,5
4
5
20

hours attendance of lectures and seminars


hours regular study of the syllabus
hours reading and private study
hours exam preparation

This is worth 2 credits.

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