icon of a paper next to Apply online text
open door next to gray writing "Visit"
Small icon next to white bg says "Give"
plus sign and gray writing

Room II-220

Electronics Laboratory II

Coordinator:

Robert Helgeland, Professor

Size:

43' X 23'

Description:

The 12 stations in this room are used primarily to support the undergraduate courses in Circuit Theory (ECE 201 and ECE 202), the "service" laboratory course for Mechanical Engineering and Physics students (ECE 251), and the Digital Processing of Speech Signals course (ECE 477). The array of equipment in this room is similar to the equipment in room II-219.

As was the case for the neighboring room, II-219, each station is outfitted with a PC that is networked to a printer and the same software packages as previously described. The students are expected to make use of these tools while performing the experiment and in the writing of the lab report. The PCs are upgraded by the ECE Department's internal recycling process.

This facility serves as a "backup" lab to room II-219 and is used when the number of students to be accommodated in one section exceeds the capacity of one room.

Courses:

  • ECE 251 - Elements of Electrical Engineering Laboratory
  • ECE 201 - Circuit Theory I
  • ECE 202 - Circuit Theory II

QuickLinks

x

+