Since a profound knowledge of electronic basics is one of the acceptance criteria for the master degree program embedded systems, the information contained in the slides should sound somewhat familiar to you. These slides are held compact and contain the most basic information only.
In case you encounter difficulties with specific content in the slides, or if you just want to polish up your electronic basic knowledge, we recommend that you work on this Exercises on Electronic Basics. To check your results, or to find help if you got stuck, you can have a look at the Exercise Solutions (some solutions are missing but will hopefully be added soon).
A good overview on the most important basics of electronics can be found in the shortcards of NUWO-press, especially the Elektrotechnik 1 shortcard. An exemplary-version of the mentioned shortcard is also contained in the git repository (Front/Back).
A good collection of exercises on all necessary Electronics Basics topics can be found in the following books (German):
H. Lindner, "Elektro-Aufgaben 1: Gleichstrom", Carl Hanser Verlag, 30th Edition, 2014, ISBN: 978-3446432475
H. Lindner, "Elektro-Aufgaben 2: Wechselstrom", Carl Hanser Verlag, 25th Edition, 2013, ISBN: 978-3446438101
H. Lindner and E. Balcke, "Elektro-Aufgaben 3: Leitungen, Vierpole, Fourier-Analyse, Laplace-Transformation", Carl Hanser Verlag, 7th Edition, 2012, ISBN: 978-3446433304
Most documents including all pdfs referenced in this wiki reside in a git repository.
You can either download the files via the links provided in this wiki, or copy the whole repository to your local machine.
The latter can be done by issuing the
git clone command, e.g.
git clone https://es.technikum-wien.at/master-embedded-systems/electronic-basics_public.git if you are working on a command line terminal and have git already installed.
For most operating systems there are also GUIs available for git.
Even if you think this is unnecessary in this instance we warmly recommend that you get familiar with git for future events and your own benefit ;)
Alternatively, you can also download an archive containing all relevant files here.