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    Analog and Digital System Design on Cyber Physical System Platforms

    A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Analóg és digitális rendszertervezés kiberfizikai platformokon

    Last updated: 2015. április 8.

    Tantárgy lejárati dátuma: 2019. június 30.

    Budapest University of Technology and Economics
    Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
    Branch of Electrical Engineering
    Elective subject
    Course ID Semester Assessment Credit Tantárgyfélév
    VIEEAV10   2/0/0/f 2  
    3. Course coordinator and department Dr. Ress Sándor László,
    4. Instructors

    Name:

    Affiliation:

    Department, Institute:

    Gábor Takács

    Assistant lecturer

    Department of Electron Devices

    Gusztáv Hantos

    PhD Student

    Department of Electron Devices

    Dr. Sándor Ress

    Associate Professor

    Department of Electron Devices

    5. Required knowledge

    Basic electronics knowledge, digital design and programming (C language)

    6. Pre-requisites
    Kötelező:
    NEM ( TárgyEredmény( "BMEVIEEM371" , "jegy" , _ ) >= 2
    VAGY
    TárgyEredmény("BMEVIEEM371", "FELVETEL", AktualisFelev()) > 0)

    A fenti forma a Neptun sajátja, ezen technikai okokból nem változtattunk.

    A kötelező előtanulmányi rendek grafikus formában itt láthatók.

    Ajánlott:

    Digital design 1 (VIIIAA01), Basics of programming 1 (VIHIAA01), Electronics 1 (VIHIAB02)

    7. Objectives, learning outcomes and obtained knowledge

    The aim of the course is to introduce the Cyber Physical Systems and its design issues. The students can learn about the major European CPS platforms. The complete design flow is covered through several case studies and different sensing and actuating problems. The main sensor types and their key parameters, the issues of the signal digitalization, the signal processing and power supply considerations are described in detail. Different problem solving techniques are used to make the student confident with CPS design issues.

    8. Synopsis

    The course introduces the Cyber Physical Systems, where the sensing and actuating sub-systems involve communication layers. The first few weeks are for learning the top-down system level designing for CPSs then the module, sub-module and component level is described in detail. The course deals with the identification of the requirements and problems in conjunction with the different system realizations. The coupling of different analog and digital signals and the power supply needs of the systems are also covered.

    The second part of the semester deals with sensors used in CPSs: a great number of active and passive sensors are described in the means of electrical and physical performance, and also their applicability for certain tasks. The readout circuitries of passive sensors have a dedicated full lecture: system design and component calculation tasks are carried out furthermore the problems of the signal conditioning and transmission are highlighted. The sub-systems that incorporate MEMS (Microeletromechanical System) are very important in the modern CPSs, so the introduction and the application capabilities of such devices also have high priority during the semester.

    The third part of the course deals with the system integration, joining the analog and digital sub-modules to a complete CPS. Key parameters that affect the integration are introduced and described in detail.

    The semester ends with four case studies: application specific platform selection and CPS design for different purposes. The students can see the diverse application range of CPSs: starting with high computational demand purely digital systems, ending with multiple analog signal managing systems.

    Weekly schedule:

    Week 1.: Definition of Cyber Physical Systems, application example

    Week 2.: Design issues of Cyber Physical Systems

    Week 3.: Design steps of Cyber Physical Systems

    Week 4.: Component selection: active and passive components, modules

    Week 5.: Power supply issues and considerations for CPS

    Week 6.: Active and passive sensors

    Week 7.: Readout circuits for sensors

    Week 8.: Sensor signal conditioning, amplification and forwarding

    Week 9.: Intelligent sensors with Microelectromechanical Systems

    Week 10.: Analog-digital converter families, types and applications

    Week 11.: Case study: Low power system design using 32-bit microcontroller-based platform

    Week 12.: Case study: Implementation of a high performance digital system using a multi-core processor based platform

    Week 13.: Case study: power management using Cyber Physical Systems

    Week 14.: Case study: Implementation of a custom Cyber Physical System by application specific integrated circuits

    9. Method of instruction

    2 hours/week lectures.

    10. Assessment

    a.    One mid-semester test

    b.    Requirement for granting the mark: mid-semester check grade >= 2 (satisfactory)

    c.    Mid-term grade: mid-semester check grade modified by the additional points of the optionally submitted homework

    11. Recaps

    Two repeated tests in the repeat period.

    12. Consultations

    Consultations are held on-demand after appointment with the lecturer.

    13. References, textbooks and resources

    Slides are accessible on the web. Additional lecture materials are prepared by the lecturer.

    14. Required learning hours and assignment

    Classes

    28

    Preparation for classes

    7

    Preparation for test

    25

    Learning the prescribed materials

     

    Sum

    60

    15. Syllabus prepared by

    Name:

    Affiliation:

    Department, Institute:

    Gábor Takács

    Assistant lecturer

    Department of Electron Devices

    Gusztáv Hantos

    PhD Student

    Department of Electron Devices

    Dr. Sándor Ress

    Associate Professor

    Department of Electron Devices