Hands-on introduction to contemporary electrical engineering principles and practice. Basic analog and digital circuit design, construction, operation, measurement. Interfacing sensors and actuators to a microcontroller, programming to interact with the world. Individual and team-based assignments that develop data dexterity and technical communication skills. Exposure to breadth of discipline and ethics in the profession. Design project. Prerequisite: First-Year students only.
Must register for lecture; Open to Degree and CDE students.
This is one of the two lab sections. You will also have to register for the lecture (EE001A). This lab is in person and will give you hands-on experience with tools and equipment typically used in EE labs (breadboard, multimeter) but also explore the use of Arduino and coding (no prior knowledge of these topics expected). Includes design projects.
Votey Bldg 332 (View Campus Map)
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