Estimated duration: 30h

"Electronics in a physical experiment" course is dedicated for intermediate students and covers the subject of electronic systems used in the measurement techniques, methods of their analysis and methods used to obtain the desired properties of systems, especially: impulse properties of linear systems, resonant circuits, impedance measurements, transient states, long lines and waveguides, electrical filters, switching elements and systems, measurements of signals in the frequency domain and types of electrical circuits, phenomena of electrical noise. The course covers issues that require knowledge of mathematics at the university level, in particular such issues as the Fourier transform and the Laplace transform.