L303.Intro.4

L303.Intro.4 - ECEL-303.I.V4 Drexel University Electrical...

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ECEL-303.I.V4 I-1 Drexel University Electrical and Computer Engr. Dept. Electrical Engineering Laboratory III, ECEL-303 E. L. Gerber ELECTRICAL and COMPUTER ENGINEERING LABORATORY III Introduction Goals: The goals of this course are to provide the junior ECE student with additional experience with the software programs used in engineering design and analysis. MATLAB and PSpice will be used again. This lab course will provide an introduction to some electronic devices and several integrated circuit (IC) systems. We will also consider some basic analog- to-digital conversion and digital-to-analog conversion systems. A hands-on-experience with these materials will be obtained. This lab course will provide an introduction to other lab courses and material that will follow in later terms of the curriculum. Requirements: Lab III is offered in term nine of the ECE curriculum for all ECE students. Students must have had Transform Methods (ECES-302), ECE Lab I and II. 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 the lectures and labs in order to receive full grade for each experiment. Pre lab assignments and tests will be given each week. No final exam will be given.
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ECEL-303.I.V4 I-2 Course Description: The course will consist of experiments on basic semiconductor devices and the Spice
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