Students should be able to apply their knowledge and shoulod have the ability to solve problems in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary ) contexts related to their field of study .
Students should be able to integrate knowledge and handle complexity, and formulate judgments based on information that, being incomplete or limited, includes thoughts about social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments.
Developing concise, clear and justified documentation and specifing the work to be done for the development, integration and implementation of complex and high added value electronic systems.
Ability to conceive, design , implement and maintain an electronic system in a specific application.
Ability to work within a design team integratin multidisciplinary focuses
Adopting the scientific method as a fundamental working tool in both professional and research carreers.
Ability to design electronic systems at the behavioral level, from a set of certain specifications, such as at system level, using modeling and simulation tools , such as at subsystem level, using hardware description languages.
Ability to handle tools, techniques and methodologies for designing advanced electronic systems or subsystems
Ability to design a device, system or application that meets a given specification , using a systemtic and multidisciplinary approach and integrating modules and advanced tools that are specific to the field of Electronic Engineering .
Ability to solve practical problems derived from interaction within an electronic system and external elements, with effects such as signal interferences, EMI or thermic management, in design, prototyping and redesign stages.
Ability to search efficiently for information as well as to identify the state of the art of a technological problem in the electronic systems scope and its possible application to new systems
The students passing this course should be able to:
- From a set of specifications and requirements of the diffrenet blocks involved in an electronic system, for a given professional application or research activity, to know the tools required for designing and developing every block and for planning system integration
- To know the differences between a reconfigurable digital system and microprocessor-based digital system, and to assess their usage for every application or even their integration witing an embedded system.
- To know the elements involved in a data communication system and the different abstraction levels, with a block specification focus (considering required elements for an electronic system working in a network)
-To know the different networks topologies applied to the design and specification of electronic systems, including sensor networks.