ECE 30600 - Electronic Circuits and Systems LaboratoryLab Hours: 3 Credits: 1 Professional Attributes
Upper Level Lab
Normally Offered: Each Fall, Spring
ECE 20800 and ECE 30100 [may be taken concurrently] and ECE 30200 [may be taken concurrently]
Requisites by Topic:
Prerequisites: Basic electronic circuit analysis; dc and small signal models for transistors Concurrent Prerequisites: Time and frequency domain system analysis techniques such as transfer functions, convolution, Fourier series, transforms, and sampling
Experiments in electronic circuits and systems including spectral analysis techniques, sampling, distortion measurements, random signals, signal-to-noise ratio and correlation.
To present experimental methods and practical limitations associated with analysis and processing techniques of deterministic and random signals.
Required Text(s): None.
Recommended Text(s): None.
Learning Objectives:A student who successfully fulfills the course requirements will have demonstrated:
- an ability to apply simple analog components to develop, build and test instrumentation circuits. [a,b,e,k]
- an ability to apply time and frequency domain techniques to analyze and design signals and systems. [a,b,e,k]
- investigate design applications of the fundamental concepts of signals and systems. [a,b,c,e,k]
|List of Typical Experiments|
|*||Methods of Numerical Computation|
|*||Spectral Analysis of Signals|
|*||Fourier Series and Its Application|
|*||Sampling Theory and Zero-Order Hold Sampler|
|*||Probability and Noise Processes|
|*||System Responses (Impulse, Step and Frequency)|
|*||Four laboratory periods are dedicated to individual projects.|