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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
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Year of Graduation
Iannis Kasapov
Comparative Analysis of the Technical Parameters of the Sound Frequency Range Amplifier Implemented with Discrete Components by Mounting in the Hole and Surface Mount Methods
9
2017
The purpose of this work is to carry out a comparative analysis of through-hole and surface mounting technologies on two identical devices – audio frequency power amplifiers, assembled according to one principal electrical scheme.

The explanatory memorandum contains a brief overview of information technology, which summarizes the comparative analysis of technologies based on it; description of the process of making samples for research, as well as the rationale for the elections and decisions taken; Results of conducted studies of manufactured devices.

Working samples can be used as a tutorial for students who studying electronics, circuitry and electromagnetic compatibility.

The explanatory note contains: 13 figures and 13 tables. The total volume of the final qualifying work is 41 pages, including the cover page, annotations, table of contents and the annex.

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