Electronics I

Electronic instrumentation is fundamental to almost any kind of experimental physics.

Electronic instrumentation is fundamental to almost any kind of experimental physics. In this course, we will introduce you to the building blocks of modern instrumentation and helps you to creatively solve control and data acquisition problems in the laboratory. A large variety of transducers are now available to convert real world phenomena to small electrical signals. You will need to know how to select appropriate transducers and obtain meaningful results from this.