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ECEN 1400

Introduction to Analog and Digital Electronics

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In this project-based course, you will acquire the basic but functional skills of electrical engineering through the design and implementation of a working digital clock. Motivated by the project, you will learn
  1. Computer aided electrical schematic layout and simulation
  2. Current/voltage characteristics of the major analog electrical components including sources, resistors, capacitors and inductors.
  3. Semiconductor electronics including diodes, transistors, LEDs and laser diodes
  4. Use of digital electronic chips including logic gates, counters and displays
  5. Electrical laboratory practice including breadboarding, wire-wrapping, soldering, printed circuit-board design and debugging.
  6. Function and use of test equipment including power supplies, function generators, multimeters and oscilloscopes.
Pre/Corequisite: APPM 1350, Calc I for Engineers.