Course title Practicum in Fundamentals of physical electronics
Code F125
Status Laboratory exercises
Level Intermediate
Year 1rd Semester 2th
ECTS 4 ECTS credits

– learning theoretical background for experiments: 2 ECTS

– making experiments:  2 ECTS


Lecturer Ramir Ristić associate professor
Course objective To introduce the students with work of  some basic electronic elements and circuits.
Prerequisites Fundamentals of the physical electronics
Learning outcomes: After successfully completed course, student will be able to:

  1.   Explain basic circuits with transistors
  2.  Explain basic circuits with diodes
  3.  Explain the changes of wave shapes
  4. Explain the Hall effect
Correlation of learning outcomes, teaching methods and evaluation
Teaching activity ECTS Learning outcome Students activity Methods of evaluation Points
min max
Class attendance Class attendance Evidence list
Knowledge test

(preliminary exam)

2 1-4 Preparation for written examination Written  preliminary exam 50 50
Final exam 2 1-4 Repetition of teaching materials Oral exam (and written exam) 50 50
Total 4 100 100
Consultations Monday 12-14
Gained competencies Understanding of basic electronic circuits.
Content (Course curriculum) Laboratory works are realized as an adition to the lectures from Fundations of physical electronics by composing and learning basic types of amplifiers and logic circuits (discret and integrated elements) and studying same simple equipment.
Recommended reading
  1. P. Biljanović, Elektronički sklopovi, Školska knjiga, Zagreb 1989.

Printed hints for laboratory works  (only for internal use).

Additional reading 1. J.Cathey, Electronic Devices and Circuits, McGraw-Hill, 1988,
Instructional methods Students within 3 hours perform experiments from chosen topics in nuclear physics.
Exam formats The rating is determined based on ratings from  exercises on practicum. All ratings must be positive. If not, the student must take the exam, which consists of written and oral-practical part.
Language Croatian.


Quality control and successfulness follow up Student questionnaires.
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