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Electronic Measurements (ECTS: 9), Short Course

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Understand the meaning of a measure and it’s uncertainty. Know the main features of analog and digital measurement devices. Acquire knowledge on the programmable instruments.
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Fundamentals of the modern measurement science and uncertainty theory. Basic principles of the electrical instruments and their correct management. Measurement methods of the main electrical quantities. Modern measurement systems based on programmable instrumentation and PC-based data acquisition.

Thanks to the UNINETTUNO MOOCs you will be able to freely follow the lectures of the best Italian and international lecturers drawn from a selection of the best courses of UNINETTUNO, in Italian, English and Arabic; you will have at your disposal digitised and indexed on-demand video lectures, usable on a PC as well as on smart phone and tablet, including hypertextual links to more-in-depth study materials (books and articles, practice work, slides, bibliographical references, lists of websites). 

You will also have at your disposal a collaborative discussion environment, a thematic forum by means of which you will be able to exchange views with your colleagues on the issues dealt with in the lectures, discuss the practice work done, cooperatively create new knowledge in a process that will see you active players of your own learning process.

Detailed Programme Facts

  • Deadline and start date A student can apply at any time for this programme, there is no deadline.
  • Programme intensity Part-time
    • Average part-time duration 1 months
    • Intensity Flexible
  • Credits
    9 ECTS
  • Languages
    • English
    • Arabic
    • Italian
  • Delivery mode
    • Time flexibility
      Fully structured
    • Attendance
      No Attendance
    • Teacher support
      Continuous support with feedback on request

Programme Structure

Courses included:
  • Lesson n. 1: Fundamentals of measurement theory
  • Lesson n. 2: Electronic measurements: general aspects
  • Lesson n. 3: Metrological properties of measuring devices
  • Lesson n. 4: Measurement uncertainty: theoretical aspects
  • Lesson n. 5: Measurement uncertainty: application aspects
  • Lesson n. 6: Time domain: period and frequency measurements
  • Lesson n. 7: Time domain: time interval measurements
  • Lesson n. 8: Digital voltmeters: theoretical aspects
  • Lesson n. 9: Digital voltmeters: practical aspects
  • Lesson n. 10: AC voltmeters
  • Lesson n. 11: True rms voltmeters and multimeters
  • Lesson n. 12: Digital storage oscilloscopes
  • Lesson n. 13: Analog-to-digital converters
  • Lesson n. 14: DSO: memory, E.T. sampling and probes
  • Lesson n. 15: Measurements in frequency domain: general aspects


Prof. Fawwaz Mufdi - Damascus University (Damascus - Syria)

English Language Requirements

This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.

General Requirements

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