Courses > ELT52 - Electricity and Electronics Lab

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A laboratory course designed to familiarize the student with electrical/
electronics devices, circuits, systems and test equipment through
experimental measurement, data collection and mathematical analysis and
evaluation. Laboratory exercises will include wiring and soldering, with
an explanation of the chemistry and metallurgy of the soldering process.
Modern techniques such as thin- and thick-film circuits, printed circuits,
integrated circuits, and surface-mount circuits will be examined. Test
equipment, such as multimeters, digital multimeters, power supplies,
signal generators, network and logic analyzers, and oscilloscopes will be
used to evaluate components, circuits, and systems for proper operation.
Sources of circuit and measurement errors will be evaluated and compared
to theoretical values to determine if devices, circuits and systems are
operating within specified limits.

Units  1 unit
Hours  3 hours labratory 
Length  17 weeks
Graded  Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit
Classification  Occupational education courses
Version  01

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