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University of Tasmania
Technology Units - 1996


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AEB302 Digital Electronics

Has the same broad objectives as AEA302, however, laboratory work, assignments and assessment differ, so as to reflect the course philosophy.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr PA Watt, Mr G Thé
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [9.5%]
teaching pattern sem 1 - 2x1-hour lectures and a 1-hour tutorial a week (13 weeks) and 6x3-hour laboratory sessions
prerequisites AEA201 and AEA202
corequisites
mutual exclusions AEA302
method of assessment 3-hour exam (70%), mid-semester test (15%), laboratory assignments (15%)
required texts, etc
Wakerly JF, Digital Design Principles and Practices,  Prentice-Hall, 1990.

recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)

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AEB303 Computer Systems I

Has the same broad objectives as AEA303, however, laboratory work, assignments and assessment differ, so as to reflect the course philosophy.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr G Thé
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [9.5%]
teaching pattern sem 2 - 2x1-hour lectures, a 1-hour tutorial a week (13 weeks) and 6x3-hour laboratory sessions
prerequisites AEB210 and AEB202
corequisites AEB302
mutual exclusions AEA303
method of assessment laboratory assignments (15%), 3-hour exam (85%)
required texts, etc
Quinn J, The 6800 Microprocessor,  Merrill, 1990.

recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)

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AEB304 Communication Systems 2

Has the same broad objectives as AEA304, however, laboratory work, assignments and assessment differ, so as to reflect the course philosophy.

Special notes
teaching staff Dr DJH Lewis
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [9%]
teaching pattern sem 2 - 2x1-hour lectures and a 1-hour tutorial a week (13 weeks) and 6x3 hour laboratory sessions
prerequisites AEB204
corequisites AEB306
mutual exclusions AEA304
method of assessment 3-hour exam (85%) and laboratory (15%)
required texts, etc
Quinn J, The 6800 Microprocessor,  Merrill, 1990.

recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)

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AEB306 Transients and Control

Has the same broad objectives as AEA306, however, laboratory work, assignments and assessment differ, so as to reflect the course philosophy.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr JH Brodie
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [9.5%]
teaching pattern sem 1 - 2x1-hour lectures, a 1-hour tutorial a week (13 weeks) and 6x3-hour laboratory sessions
prerequisites AEB210, AEB202
corequisites
mutual exclusions AEA306
method of assessment 3-hour exam and in-semester test (85%), laboratory assignments (15%)
required texts, etc
Dorf RC, Modern Control Systems,  Addison-Wesley.

recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)

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AEB311 Signals and Linear Systems

Has the same broad objectives as AEB311, however, laboratory work, assignments and assessment differ, so as to reflect the course philosophy.

Special notes
teaching staff Dr H Talhami
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [9.5%]
teaching pattern sem 2 - 2x1-hour lectures, a 1-hour tutorial a week (13 weeks) and 5x3-hour laboratory sessions
prerequisites AEB210, AEB202, and KME271 or equiv
corequisites AEB306
mutual exclusions AEA311
method of assessment laboratory work (15%), mid-sem test (15%), 3-hour exam (70%); a pass will be a score above 50% total, with not less than 28/70 in the examination. If laboratory work is not completed, the student may be excluded from the exam
required texts, etc
Sinha NK, Linear Systems,  Wiley.

recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)

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AEB315 Software Systems

Has the same broad objectives as AEA315, however, laboratory work, assignments and assessment differ, so as to reflect the course philosophy.

Special notes
teaching staff
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [9.5%]
teaching pattern sem 2 - 2x1-hour lectures, 2x1-hour tutorials a week (13 weeks)
prerequisites AEB215
corequisites
mutual exclusions AEA315
method of assessment 3-hour exam and in-semester test (70%), assignments (30%).
required texts, etc
recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)

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AEB321 Power Systems 1

Has the same broad objectives as AEA321, however, laboratory work, assignments and assessment differ, so as to reflect the course philosophy.

Special notes
teaching staff Dr M Negnevitsky
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [9.5%]
teaching pattern sem 2 - 2x1-hour lectures, a 1-hour tutorial a week (13 weeks), and 6x3-hour laboratory sessions
prerequisites
corequisites AEB210
mutual exclusions AEA321
method of assessment 3-hour exam and in-semester test (75%), assignments and laboratory work (25%)
required texts, etc
Weedy BM, Electric Power Systems,  Wiley & Sons.

recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)

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AEB322 Power Electronics

Has the same broad objectives as AEA322, however, laboratory work, assignments and assessment differ, so as to reflect the course philosophy.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr RB Wherrett
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [9.5%]
teaching pattern sem 1 - 2x1-hour lectures, a 1-hour tutorial a week (13 weeks), and 6x3-hour laboratory sessions
prerequisites AEB210, AEB202
corequisites
mutual exclusions AEA322
method of assessment 3-hour exam (70%), mid-semester test (10%), laboratory work (10%), and assignment (10%).
required texts, etc
recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)

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AEB353 Technology Design Project

Is a comprehensive design project with emphasis on design, assembly and testing of a prototype system in the area of specialisation and interest of the student. The project includes the use and application of CAD tools. Students are also shown how to prepare written and oral communications, make presentations as a speaker or witness at a meeting and participate in negotiations, mediation and arbitration. Quality management aspects are introduced.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr J Arneaud
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [24%]
teaching pattern full year - 1-hour lecture a week, and 157 hrs tutorial/project
prerequisites AEB251
corequisites as determined by HoD and depending on the project
mutual exclusions
method of assessment design report, demonstration and oral presentation.
required texts, etc
recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)







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AEB361 Accounting and Economics for Engineers

Has the same broad objectives as AEA361, however, laboratory work, assignments and assessment differ, so as to reflect the course philosophy.

Special notes
teaching staff Dr P Greenwood, and external lecturers
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [4.5%]
teaching pattern sem 1 - a mixture of 26x1-hour lectures and tutorials
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions AEA361
method of assessment 3-hour exam (60%) and assignments (40%)
required texts, etc
Bazley M and Hancock P, Contemporary Accounting,  Thomas and Nelson, 1993.

recommended reading
Course: Bachelor of Technology (Electronics & Computers) (N3G)

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