University of Technology Sydney

41276 Microelectronics

6cp; 4hpw, face to face, on campus, weekly
Requisite(s): 48520 Electronics and Circuits
Recommended studies:

basics of semiconductor physics; construction, testing, and troubleshooting of electronic circuits; analogue electronics


Microelectronics introduces students to the principles, design, and applications of microelectronic devices and circuits. Through online materials, labs, and projects, students gain a solid understanding of semiconductor physics, device characteristics, and circuit design. The subject introduces key components like transistors and diodes and considers applications of microelectronics in fields such as communication systems and consumer electronics. On completion of the subject, students are equipped to analyse, design, and develop systems including microelectronic components, providing a foundation for further studies or careers in microelectronics and related fields.

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