EGR-226 - Electronic Engineering Lab 2

1 credits

This course offers laboratory experiments that test the theoretical analysis techniques presented in EGR-222. Circuits consisting of resistors, inductors and capacitors connected to signal generators will be investigated by measuring voltages, currents and impedances. Measurements will be made with AC meters and with oscilloscopes in the time domain and in the frequency domain. Students will investigate frequency response, resonance and amplification. Experiments will also investigate the characteristics of diodes, transistors and operational amplifiers driven by time-varying signals. The P-Spice computer program will be used as a tool of analysis. A formal written report on each experiment is required.

Corequisite(s): EGR-222 

Previously known as: ENGR-427