Electronics and Physics

"Electronique et Physique" (ELP)

A physical system is a co-ordinated and structured unit of know-how and techniques designed to ensure a precise function for the user, in other words, to provide a service for a client.
In the last ten years the electronic components field has witnessed a complete upheaval in terms of possibilities and complexity.
Progress in capacity and power, the use of ever-higher frequencies together with the development of optic and electro-optic functions, advances in the resistance of materials as well as software for design and simulation have allowed us to imagine, define and carry out more and more elaborate functions.
Assembly and co-ordination of these functions form the base of the complex pyramid of current and future electronic systems.
However this increasing complexity is accompanied by the appearance of profound similarities in systems architecture due to the systematic recourse to digitization, informatics and telecommunications.
One finds invariants in systems architecture as diverse as DVD players, switching systems, radars, transmission systems or measuring devices, to name but a few.

Credits are related to Units ("Unité de Valeur, UV") which are made up of one or more modules.

 

Semesters 2, 3 and 4: Major ("Majeure") or Minor ("Mineure")

Major (UV1+UV2) Minor (UV1)

Unit 1: UV1 MAJ ELP - Credits: 8

Unit 1: UV1 MIN ELP - Credits: 8

Unit 2: UV2 MAJP2 ELP - Credits: 8

 

  • Institut Carnot Télécom & Société numérique
  • Télécom Bretagne Alumni
  • Université Bretagne Loire
  • Fondation Télécom
  • Institut Mines-Telecom
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