Physique des dispositifs électroniques et des lignes de transmission

lelec1755  2021-2022  Louvain-la-Neuve

Physique des dispositifs électroniques et des lignes de transmission
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5 credits
30.0 h + 30.0 h
Q1
Teacher(s)
Flandre Denis (coordinator); Oestges Claude;
Language
French
Content
The first part of the course outlines the tools required to solve electromagnetcs and transmission line problems and enables students to put these tools into practice. Much attention is paid to the process of modeling practical problems and their equationing. The second part dedicated to electronic devices uses a similar approach. The equations are adapted and simplified in the case of semiconductors. On this basis, the physics of usual semiconductor devices is equated and the results compared to their real characteristics. The validity conditions of simple models, their limits and second-order corrections are widely discussed.
Teaching methods
The course is organized around theoretical courses and exercise sessions (face-to-face or distance learning, depending on the sanitary situation).
Evaluation methods
The "transmission lines" part and the "electronic devices" part each count for half of the final mark, unless a major gap is noted between both parts. A dispensatory exam is normally (cfr. Moodle) organized in November for the "transmission lines" part (exercises, with a form). In this case, the students who obtained more than 12/20 in this exam can choose to keep or not their mark (for this part) for the January and / or August sessions (this mark is however not carried over to the following academic year). The evaluation of the electronic devices part consists of the written exam organized in session, and possibly of written tests carried out during the quadrimester.
Bibliography
Livre de référence pour la partie "lignes de transmission" : Engineering Electromagnetics, Hayt et Buck, McGraw Hill, 7e édition, ainsi que des extraits disponibles sur moodle.
Notes sur Moodle pour la partie "dispositifs électroniques". Quelques livres de référence sont disponibles à la BST :
« Physique des dispositifs semi-conducteurs », De Boeck Université, J.-P. Colinge et F. Van de Wiele
« Operation and modeling of the MOS transistor», Y. P. Tsividis, McGraw-Hill Book Company.
"Physics of semiconductor devices", S. M. Sze, Wiley.
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Programmes / formations proposant cette unité d'enseignement (UE)

Title of the programme
Sigle
Credits
Prerequisites
Aims
Master [120] in Physical Engineering

Minor in Engineering Sciences: Electricity (only available for reenrolment)

Specialization track in Electricity

Minor in Electricity