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Unformatted text preview: MOHAWK COLELGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY Department of Electrotechnology A) IDENTIFICATION ITEMS COURSE NAME INTRODUCTION TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAB COURSE CODE EE362 PROGRAM NAME Computer Electronics Engineering Technology Electronics Engineering Technology Electrical Control Engineering Technology DURATION Total Hours - 28 Total Weeks - 14 Hrs/wk - 2 DEPARTMENT Electrotechnology FACULTY Engineering Technology This course is eligible for credit through the " prior learning assessment process " (P.L.A.). Students wishing to be assessed for prior experiential learning should contact the P.L.A. office. PREREQUISITE COURSES General Promotion Policy: In order to register in all courses the next semester, all previous courses must be completed with no more than one outstanding failure. Students with two or more failures may take courses for which they have the necessary course prerequisites. In order to register in a lab course, the student must be registered in, or have successfully completed the corresponding lecture course. Prerequisites: MA279 Co-Requisite: MA379 EE251/252 EE351 GENERAL COURSE OBJECTIVES(S) The objective of this laboratory course is to illustrate and exercise the theory of the accompanying lecture course EE351. The actual experimentation will give the student experience in breadboarding, trouble-shooting and testing circuits. REVISIONS Fall 2008 Larry Petkov Fall 2009 Larry Petkov EE362 13 EE362 REQUIRED TEXTBOOK(S) 1. Electronic Devices, 8 th edition, Floyd; Prentice-Hall ISBN 0-13-242973-X 2. Lab Manual: Pearson Custom Electronics Technology EE362 ISBN -10 0-558-27304-1 ADDITIONAL REFERENCE(S)/BIBLIOGRAPHY - 4 Electronic Devices And Circuit Theory- 4 TH edition, BOYLESTAD, Robert and NASHELSKY, Louis; (Prentice-Hall) TK 7867.B66 1987 4 Electronic Devices – 8 th Edition, FLOYD, T.L.; 2002; TK 7870.F52 SUPPLIES: Safety glasses Protoboard Test Leads: Four, 50 cm long with banana plugs at one end, alligator clips at the other. Two, 30 cm long with alligator clips at both ends. TOOLS: Chain-nose pliers Side-cutters Wire strippers Slot-blade screwdriver EE362 14 B) EVALUATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES GRADE EQUIVALENCIES: If on any test, assignment, projects, etc., a percentage or similar numerical grade is used, the following grade conversion system must be employed in arriving at the literal grade: 95 - 100 A+ 90 - 94 A EXCELLENT 85 - 89 A- 80 - 84 B+ 75 - 79 B GOOD 70 - 74 B- 65 - 69 C+ 60 - 64 C PASS 0 - 59 F FAIL POLICIES & PROCEDURES: Department Policies 1. Whenever a course is taught during the same teaching term, i.e., Fall, Winter, Summer to different classes, common tests must be administered in the North Cafeteria (Fennell Campus)....
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