Engineering 1, Room 474
Students design and simulate electronic circuits, and then assemble, measure, and evaluate the circuit characteristics using laboratory instruments. Students develop competency in measurement science utilizing modern advanced instruments, which are similar to instruments presently being used by engineers in industry. Experiments in Linear Circuits II use passive electronic components and the course sequence progresses to experiments in Electronics I and Electronics II with transistors and integrated circuits. Students use National Instrument’s Multisim, P-SPICE, or MatLab for simulation.
- EEL 3123C – Linear Circuits II
- EEE 3307C – Electronics I
- EEE 4309C – Electronics II
Electronics Lab Equipment
- Tektronix DPO 4034B Digital Phosphor Oscilloscope
- Tektronix AFG 3022B Dual Channel Arbitrary Function Generator
- Tektronix DMM 4050 Digital Multimeter
- Rohde & Schwarz HMC 8012 Digital Multimeter
- Keithley 2230-30-1 Triple-Channel DC Power Supply
- Global PB-60 Breadboard
- Dell Precision 3420 Computer
Lab Manager Contact Information
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