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Electronics Lab

Location:
St. Benilde Hall #106
Faculty Supervisor:
Dr. Robert Drake

Lab Description


The Electronics Lab provides an environment to study basic and advanced electronics, integrated circuitry, microprocessors, and computers. Students use electrical engineering principles and programming techniques to increase their engineering skills through projects that include experiments on magnetic levitation, vertical pendulum, and high-frequency antennas.



Equipment

  • Five workstations with the following:

    • Tektronix 2-Channel Digital Storage Oscilloscope

    • Gateway Computer

    • Tektronix Dual Channel Arbitrary Function Generator

    • Fluke 45 Multimeter

    • Powered Project Board

    • E&L Instruments
  • C.A.D.E.T Analog-Digital Circuit Board

  • Data Acquisition Systems (6 ELVIS Stations)

  • Tektronix Curve Tracer and Test Fixtur

  • Tektronix Programmable Arbitrary Function Generator
  • Tektronix Spectrum Analyzer

  • C.A.D.E.T. Analog
  • Digital Circuit Boards

  • Motor Control Demonstration Unit

  • Magnetic Levitation System

  • Inverted Pendulum & Digital Controller

  • HD Oscilloscopes (100 MHz-275 MHz)

  • DC Power Supplies