L302+Intro.5 - L302-I.5 Drexel University Electrical and...

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L302-I.5 I-1 Drexel University Electrical and Computer Engr. Dept. Electrical Engineering Laboratory II, ECE L302 E. L. Gerber ELECTRICAL and COMPUTER ENGINEERING LABORATORY II Introduction Goals: The goals of this course are to provide the pre-junior ECE student with an experi- ence with software programs used in engineering design and analysis; MATLAB, LabVIEW and PSpice will be used. The lab course will also provide hands-on- experience with material studied in the pre-junior courses as well as additional ap- propriate electrical engineering material. Electronic circuits, systems, and electrical power will be studied. This course will also provide a good foundation for the lab courses that will follow in later terms of the curriculum. Requirements: Offered in term seven of the ECE curriculum for all ECE students. Students must have completed Systems I, Electric Circuits I (ECE-201), Transform Methods (ECES-302), and Lab I (ECEL-301). Operations: The course is a two-credit lab course: one-hour lecture beginning in the first week of the term , and a two-hour lab each week for nine weeks. Students must attend lectures and labs in order to receive full grade for each experiment. Pre lab assignments will be required and tests may be given each week. No final exam will be given. Report grades will be posted on the course WebCT site. You must check this site regularly to verify the accuracy of our records. No grade changes will be made after the grades
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