This laboratory course is designed to allow students to verify the analytical techniques of circuits analysis learned in the Electric Circuits (EEGR 202) class. The experiments are designed to introduce the students to basic electronic instruments, test equipment, and measurement techniques. The mid-term and final "practical exams" are used to test the student's capability to design and build a circuit within a certain time limit (1.5 hrs). After completing this class, a student is expected to know how to design, build, and test basic electrical circuits.EEGR 203.001 -- Tuesday 2:00 - 4:50 Syllabus
Each student is expected to come to the lab prepared. You should have read the lab handout, and done any theoretical derivations or calculations as needed. If the lab requires a design, you should have the design parameters of all the components ready.
NOTE: If you come to the lab prepared, i.e. you have covered at least parts 1,2,3,4,5,6 of the Lab Report Structure, the report will be signed at the beginning of the lab, and you will receive extra credit for the report.
Attendance is mandatory. Each student must get the instructor's signature at the end of each lab. Reports will not be accepted if you do not show up for the lab. If you have to miss a lab, please let me know in advance so that we can set up a make-up time.
Students are required to purchase a laboratory kit containing several
components necessary for this class. The cost is $40.00 . Please see
Mr. Andre Lewis for additional information.
LAB REPORT STRUCTURE:
Reports are due every Tuesday at the BEGINNING OF THE LAB, unless otherwise specified. POINTS will be deducted for each day that the report is late. Reports will NOT BE ACCEPTED after one week of their due date. Since you have exactly one week to prepare your reports, please try to budget your time so that you will have enough time to ask questions.