ADVISE: ET 50 or MATH 40 or (placement in MATH 90+90S or higher)
Study the construction and analysis of basic electronic circuits, including capacitors and inductors. Use of the multi-meter to measure DC and AC voltages and currents in resistive series/parallel circuits and the oscilloscope for AC, pulsed waveforms, phase, and time delay measurements. Computer simulation software (Multisim) to analyze circuits.
ADVISE: ELEC 101 or demonstration of exit skills.
This course covers diode characteristics, power supplies, bipolar transistors, simple one-stage amplifiers, constant current sources, and transformers. The student will learn the intermediate use of the oscilloscope and multi-meter for both calibration and troubleshooting. Hands-on electronic projects include building their own power supply, a current regulator, and various amplifier circuits.
ADVISE: ELEC 101 or demonstration of ELEC 101 exit skills
This course covers Boolean logic concepts, flip-flops, memory, counters, clocks, display decoders, and timers. Analysis of digital logic principles is practiced by building and testing functional and practical projects. There will be intense hands-on troubleshooting using logic analyzers, signal generators and digital multimeters. Standard industry testing methods, equipment, and protocols are used throughout the course.
PREREQ: ELEC 102A or demonstration of exit skills
Introduction to intermediate analog electronic circuits, including field effect transistor basics, various analog amplifiers, operational amplifiers and their use. Hands-on electronic projects include building summing and difference amplifiers, audio amplifiers, and AM/FM radios.
PREREQ: ELEC 102B or demonstration of exit skills.
Course covers digital interfaces and hardware programming. Topics include digital to analog interfacing using integrated circuits, programmable logic devices, field programmable gate arrays (FPGA), hardware description languages (e.g. VHDL and Verilog), and computer memory. Course requires hands-on project construction and troubleshooting. Industry standard testing methods, equipment, and protocols are used throughout the course.
PREREQ: ELEC 102A or demonstration of exit skills.
This course covers wireless communications systems, industrial communication protocols, and industrial control systems, including programmable logic controllers. Analog and digital systems will be explored. The course also provides an introduction to antennas, amplifiers, and microwave signals.
PREREQ.: ELEC 102A or demonstration of exit skills ADVISE: ELEC 102B
Hands-on microcontroller interfacing, driver programs, input sensors, output electrical, and electromechanical devices.